Australian International Player of the Year

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The Australian International Player of the Year (or Gaze Medal) is an award for the best Australian Boomers men's senior squad member. All members of the Australian men's senior national team vote on the award after each game the team plays, and the player who receives the most votes is awarded the Gaze Medal. The award is named in honor of the Australian former basketball players and coaches, the father-son-combo of Lindsay Gaze and Andrew Gaze.[1]

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