Daniel Dillon Signs with Waverley

04.03.2011

The Waverley Falcons continues to build their roster with the signing of Daniel Dillon for the BIGV season for 2011 Season.

Dillon, who at 194cm can play the shooting guard/small forward positions, offers plenty of versatility at both ends of the floor.

Touted as a defensive stopper early in his career, which included stints with the powerhouse American college team Arizona and as a development player with the 2008 NBL champion South Dragons, Dillon showed at the recent High Stakes Hoops classic in Adelaide that he also has plenty in his offensive arsenal.

The 24-year-old has deadly range on his shot but can also utilise his speed to get to the basket, while his outstanding defensive capabilities.

Daniel brings a very well rounded game to the with his ability to flat out defend as well as provide a scoring punch in a number of different ways.

 With high level Pac 10 experience, Daniel has definitely improved at the offensive end of the floor

Dillon averaged 19.8 points and 7.3 rebounds for the Sandringham Sabres in the SEABL South Conference last year, in the process being named the conference Australian youth player of the year.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Height:                                    194 cm's

Date of Birth:                          19th of March 1986

Position:                                  Guard/Forward

Recruited from:                      Cairns Taipain (NBL)

Playing Accomplishments:      University of Arizona '03-'08, Milwaukee Bucks

                                                Summer League '08, NBL Champions with

                                                South Dragons '09, Cairns Taipans NBL 2010/2011

 

 

 

Current Season Stats  Cairns Taipains

Season Statistics

PPG
8.2

RPG
3.5

APG
2.5

FG%
43.8

 

 

 


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