2006-2007 stats

Australia

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Team Highlights

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2006-2007 Team records - Points

C.J. Bruton scores a season high 24 points for Australia

On August 08, 2006, C.J. Bruton set a season high in points in a World Cup game. That day he scored 24 points in Australie's home loss against Turkey, 68-76. He also had 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and finished the game with a 19 efficiency.

2006-2007 Team records - Rebounds

Andrew Bogut grabs a season high 9 rebounds for Australia

On August 08, 2006, Andrew Bogut set a season high in rebounds in a World Cup game. That day he grabbed 9 rebounds in Australie's road win against Brazil, 77-83. He also had 9 points, 3 assists and finished the game with a 11 efficiency.

2006-2007 Team records - Assists

Samuel Mackinnon dishes a season high 7 assists for Australia

On August 08, 2006, Samuel Mackinnon set a season high in assists in a World Cup game. That day he dished 7 assists in Australie's road loss against Grece, 72-69. He also had 9 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals and finished the game with a 14 efficiency.

2006-2007 Team records - Steals

C.J. Bruton has a season high 5 steals for Australia

On August 08, 2006, C.J. Bruton set a season high in steals in a World Cup game. That day he reached 5 steals in Australie's road loss against Grece, 72-69. He also had 11 points, 3 rebounds, 5 steals and finished the game with a 16 efficiency.

2006-2007 Team records - Blocks

Brad Newley blocks a season high 3 blocks for Australia Brad Newley

On August 08, 2006, Brad Newley set a season high in blocks in a World Cup game. That day he went for 3 blocks in Australie's home win against Qatar, 93-46. He also had 2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals and finished the game with a 5 efficiency.

2006-2007 Team records - Efficiency

Mark Worthington set a season high 21 efficiency for Australia

On August 08, 2006, Mark Worthington set a season high in efficiency in a World Cup game. That day he accomplished 21 efficiency in Australie's home win against Qatar, 93-46. He also had 17 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal and finished the game with a 21 efficiency.

Australia roster

2006-2007 season

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David Barlow
2m05 / 6-9
23 Years old

Andrew Bogut
2m13 / 7-0
22 Years old

Aaron Bruce
1m90 / 6-3
22 Years old

C.J. Bruton
1m88 / 6-2
31 Years old

Wade Helliwell
2m12 / 7-0
28 Years old

Russell Hinder
2m08 / 6-10
27 Years old

Luke Kendall
1m93 / 6-4
25 Years old

Daniel Kickert
2m08 / 6-10
23 Years old

Samuel Mackinnon
1m97 / 6-6
30 Years old

Brad Newley
1m98 / 6-6
21 Years old

Jason Smith
1m94 / 6-4
32 Years old

Mark Worthington
2m02 / 6-8
23 Years old

Australia

Season Highlights

Australia: 2006-2007 World Cup season breakdown

The Australia won 2 of their 6 games during the 2006-2007 World Cup season.

They scored 73.8 points per contest and allowed 77.0 points to their opponents.

The Australia's largest win was a 47 points home win against Qatar on August 24, 2006 (93-46).

That night Mark Worthington scored 17 points, and Jason Smith had 16.

The Australia's biggest loss was a 40 points home loss against USA on August 27, 2006 (113-73).

They were dominated by Carmelo Anthony (20 points) and Joe Johnson (18 points).

Team leaders

Andrew Bogut led the team in scoring with 12.8 points per game.

Andrew Bogut led the team in rebounding with 6.2 rebounds per game.

C.J. Bruton led the team in assists with 3.3 assists per game.

Samuel Mackinnon had the team's best efficiency rating with 12.3. He averaged 7.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 2.3 steals, and 0.3 blocks.

Winning streaks

The Australia had a season-high 1-Game winning streak.

And a season worse 3-Game losing streak.

The Australia's longest home winning streak lasted 1 games. And it's longest home losing streak lasted 2 games.

The Australia's longest road winning streak lasted 1 games. And it's longest road losing streak lasted 2 games.

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