2005–06 NBL All-Star Game

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The 2005/06 NBL All-Star Game was held at the Sydney Entertainment Centre in Sydney, New South Wales on 27 December 2005. The attendance for this All-Star game was 4783 spectators.

The Aussie All-Stars defeated the World All-Stars 151-116. Veteran Darryl McDonald from the Melbourne Tigers won the All-Star MVP award, registering 19 points, 10 assists, 5 rebounds and 6 steals. Game high scorers included Chris Anstey (22), Glen Saville (20) and McDonald for the Aussie All-Stars, and Cortez Groves (19), Mike Helms (16) and Dusty Rychart (14) for the World All-Stars.

While named in the World All-Stars squad, Rolan Roberts did not play in the All-Star game due to suffering a season-ending shoulder injury during the Dunk Competition.

Line-up[edit]

Aussies[edit]

Head Coach: Brian Goorjian (Sydney Kings)

Name Club
Chris Anstey Melbourne Tigers
Mark Bradtke Brisbane Bullets
C. J. Bruton Sydney Kings
Martin Cattalini Cairns Taipans
Brett Maher Adelaide 36ers
Sam Mackinnon Brisbane Bullets
Darryl McDonald Melbourne Tigers
Scott McGregor West Sydney Razorbacks
Glen Saville Wollongong Hawks
Jason Smith Sydney Kings

World[edit]

Head Coach: Phil Smyth (Adelaide 36ers)

Name Club
Larry Abney Townsville Crocodiles
Adam Ballinger Wollongong Hawks
Bobby Brannen Brisbane Bullets
Willie Farley Adelaide 36ers
Cortez Groves Wollongong Hawks
Mike Helms Hunter Pirates
Shawn Redhage Perth Wildcats
Rolan Roberts Sydney Kings
Dusty Rychart Adelaide 36ers
Dave Thomas Melbourne Tigers
Liu Wei - Invitational Shanghai Sharks

Dunk Competition[edit]

The Dunk Competition was won by Everard Bartlett of the New Zealand Breakers.

Other competitors in the Dunk Competition included:

  • Larry Abney (Townsville Crocodiles)
  • Deba George (Cairns Taipans)
  • Cortez Groves (Wollongong Hawks)
  • Rolan Roberts (Sydney Kings)
  • Liam Rush (Perth Wildcats)
  • Pero Vasiljevic (West Sydney Razorbacks)

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