|New Zealand Breakers||28||16||12||103.29|
|* 2015/2016 Season Champions|
|Jermaine Beal||Perth Wildcats||15.70|
|Matthew Knight||Perth Wildcats||11.61|
|Nathan Jawai||Perth Wildcats||10.34|
|Jesse Wagstaff||Perth Wildcats||9.26|
|Damian Martin||Perth Wildcats||3.29|
|Casey Prather||Perth Wildcats||1.81|
|Nathan Jawai||Perth Wildcats||1.81|
|Jesse Wagstaff||Perth Wildcats||1.56|
|Tom Jervis||Perth Wildcats||5.03|
|Casey Prather||Perth Wildcats||4.48|
|Damian Martin||Perth Wildcats||4.42|
|Nathan Jawai||Perth Wildcats||4.13|
|Casey Prather||Perth Wildcats||1.19|
|Jermaine Beal||Perth Wildcats||0.58|
|Tom Jervis||Perth Wildcats||0.53|
|Jesse Wagstaff||Perth Wildcats||0.47|
2014/15: Greg Hire endured a tough season in 2014/15, missing a large part of the season with a calf-tear he sustained at training after just one regular season game. While on the sideline he played a leadership role among the group, inspiring his teammates to perform in his absence. In total he played 11 games, averaging 3.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
Career: Hire is a product of the Wanneroo Wolves basketball program where he was named SBL Rookie of the Year in 2006. He attended college in the US at Miles Community College and Augusta State University before returning to Australia in 2010 and joining the Wildcats as a development player and playing in the SBL with Wanneroo, where he captained the Wolves to the 2011 championship. The Wildcats then offered him a contract and he went on to play crucial role in the team’s 2014 Championship. He averages 3.6 points per game, 3.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game throughout his career.
Jarrod Kenny played with the Harbour Heat from 2002 to 2008 before signing with the Hawke’s Bay Hawks in 2009, where he became one of the NZ NBL’s best point guards.
In the 2015 season he averaged an impressive 6.3 assists per game to go with 10.3 points, 1.3 steals and 2.8 rebounds
At the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championships, Kenny was one of New Zealand’s best in game one of series, scoring 12 points on the big stage, including three of five triples.
2014/15: Matt Knight again proved why he is one of the Perth Wildcats most important players in 2014/15. He missed six games through a toe injury – during which time his team struggled without him. He averaged 10.5 points per game and 7.0 rebounds per game – 1.5 more than his previous season. His best game came in December against Adelaide when he pulled down mammoth 16 rebounds to go with his 16 points. He had two double-doubles for the year. He was named in the All-NBL Second Team. The only Wildcat to be named in either the All-NBL First or Second Teams.
Career: Matt Knight is a product of Tasmanian basketball and was a part of Australia’s under-20 World Championship winning team before studying at Loyola Marymount University in the United States. Following college, he returned to Australia to play for the West Sydney Razorbacks, which then became the Sydney Spirit. Knight played a season in Hungary in 2009/10 before being signed by the Perth Wildcats where he played in both the 2012 and 2013 Grand Finals, before winning a Championship in 2014.
Casey Prather is a highly athletic wing-player out of the University of Florida. In his senior year, he led the Gators in scoring, averaging a team-high 13.8 points per games plus 5.0 rebounds per game, taking his team to the 2014 NCAA Final Four. He totaled more than 20 points on six occasions; including a career best 28 points in UF’s opening game of the season. His year earned him All-American accolades from USA Today and the Associated Press. Following college he represented the Atlanta Hawks at the 2014 NBA Summer League, and was subsequently signed by the Phoenix Suns, but was later waived.
In 2014/15 he played for the Bakersville Jam in the NBA D-League, averaging 11.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.3 steals per game – building an impressive highlight-reel of monstrous slam dunks along the way.
2014/15: Jesse Wagstaff was again a consistent performer in the Perth Wildcats 2014/15 season. His work ethic and three-point shooting made him a big weapon for the already dangerous Perth side. He averaged 8.5 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. He hit 32.3 of three-pointers. His season-high points tally came in January against the Adelaide 36ers, where he drained 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds.
Career: Raised in Canberra, Wagstaff attended college in the USA at Metro State University before returning to Australia in 2009 where he was signed by the Perth Wildcats. In his first season at the club, he was a part of the 2010 Championship-winning team and was also named the NBL’s Rookie of the Year. In 2012, Wagstaff was awarded the League’s Best Sixth Man. In 2014 he became a two-time NBL Champion with the Perth Wildcats. Throughout his NBL career, Wagstaff has averaged 9.8 points, 1.0 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game.
2014/15: Perth Wildcats captain Damian Martin again led from the front in 2014/15 as won of the team’s best performers. He continued to terrorise opponents with relentless defensive pressure, coming up with a league-leading 81 steals for the season – including nine against Sydney in October. He averaged 6.2 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game on his way to being named the NBL’s Best Defensive Player for the fifth straight season. He scored double-digit totals on five occasions, and grabbed five or more rebounds on 10 occasions and five or more assists on nine occasions.
Career: Damian Martin captained Australia’s under-20 team to a world championship in 2003, defeating the USA in the gold medal game. He then attended Loyola Marymount University before making his NBL debut for the Sydney Spirit in the 2008/09 season. The Perth Wildcats recruited Martin in 2009 where he became a Championship player with the club in his first season. He also captained the team to the 2014 Championship. Throughout his career, he has averaged 7.3 points per game, 5.2 rebound, 3.4 assists and 2.1 steals.