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Pero Cameron (New Zealand)
Born on June 05, 1974, in Tokoroa, New Zealand.
200cm (6'6")
Power Forward
New Zealand
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Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on September 30, 2017.


As a Player:

Waikato Warriors (1992–1993)
Auckland Stars/Rebels (1994–2000)
Ipoh Red Eagles (1995–1996)
Chester Jets (1999–2003)
Waikato Titans/Pistons (2001–2009)
New Zealand Breakers (2003–2005)
Banvit (2005–2006)
Mahram (2007)
Gold Coast Blaze (2007–2010)

As a Coach:

Wellington Saints (2010–2013)
Gold Coast Blaze (asst.) (2011–2012)
Waikato Pistons (2014)
Wellington Saints (2015)
Gold Coast Rollers (2016–present)

Club Highlights

As a Player:

Nine-time New Zealand National Basketball League champion (1995-1997, 1999-2002, 2008, 2009)
British Basketball League champion (2002)

As a Coach:

Two-time New Zealand National Basketball League champion (2010, 2011)

National Team

Participated in 3 World Championships (2002, 2006, 2010)
Participated in 2 Olympic Games (2000, 2004)
Captain of the New Zealand Team that reached the semi-final of the World Championship (2002)
Commonwealth Games Silver Medal (2006)

Individual Highlights

As a Player:

NBL Rookie of the Year (1992)
Five-time Kiwi MVP (1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999)
Seven-time NBL All-Star Five (1994-1999, 2001)
Part of the All tournament Team of the 2002 World Championships
Maori Sportsman of the Year (2002)
Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to basketball – Queen's Birthday Honours (2011)

As a Coach:

New Zealand National Basketball League Coach of the year (2010)