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HIGH FLYER ANDERSON TO LAND IN BALLARAT
Monday, January 30, 2012

The Ballarat Holden Miners have signed high-flying American college standout Gerard Anderson for the 2012 season.

 

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The Ballarat Holden Miners have signed high-flying American college standout Gerard Anderson for the 2012 season.


The 198-centimeter tall forward lands in Australia after spending last season in America’s NBA D-League, which followed an illustrious two seasons in the American National Collegiate Athletic Association.


Anderson was named to NCAA’s All-Big West Conference 1st Team in 2009-10 with the conference’s twelfth-highest scoring average, ninth-highest rebounding average, tenth-highest assists average and fifth-highest field goal percentage. The previous year Anderson collected the conference’s fourth-highest average in steals per game and eighth-highest average for blocks. In Anderson’s final year for Cal State Fullerton he averaged 12 points and six rebounds with an impressive shooting accuracy of 53 percent.


Complementary to his impressive statistics, Anderson is also a YouTube sensation for his athletic slam dunks. Anderson won the 2009/10 NCAA Dunk of the Year competition, with another of his dunks taking second place.


Miners head coach Guy Molloy expressed excitement about the signing, saying, “Gerard is a sensational athlete and that athleticism will benefit us at both ends of the floor. He is also a very strong penetrator which will give our offence an extra dimension. Gerard will be very exciting to watch and will surely be a fan favourite.”


As the Miners endeavor to develop their core group of local players, Anderson will act as a mentor to the team’s younger players while also improving his own skills as he progresses through what is sure to be a long and decorated basketball career.

 


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