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Series hits top gear with Tommy Greer

DUAL-Melbourne Tigers NBL championship winner Tommy Greer has joined the cast of quality ballers Port-Adelaide bound this weekend for the CLB3X3 tournament outdoors at picturesque Hart's Mill.

Greer, 34, prematurely retired from his NBL career to concentrate on life-after-basketball and probably now is best known as the on-air TV face of the league.

A 200cm small forward, Melbourne-born Greer was at Knox before attending US college at Augusta State University where in his 2003-04 season, he was named the Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year.

He won NBL crowns with Melbourne Tigers in 2006 and again in 2008 and when he retired in 2014, he left the club as its captain.

Greer (above) is one of several prominent previous stars throwing their hat into the 3X3 ring, including past Adelaide 36ers shooting guard Darren Ng, a two-time winner of the Woollacott Medal as South Australia's fairest and most brilliant basketballer.

Townsville star Tim Keating now is ranked by FIBA as Australia's No.1 3X3 exponent and will be joined by Ng.

Nunawading Spectres forward Andrew Steel, 26 and 196cm and coming off a fine SEABL season, also will compete. Steel is ranked at #4 by FIBA but has a chance to move up the rankings with points on offer at the Port Adelaide event.

His 206cm Spectres teammate Simon Conn played in all 27 games for Nunawading across 2017, returning averages of 21.0ppg at 52.7per cent, 9.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists en route to leading the club to the East Conference Final.

Conn comes into the tournament as the SEABL's reigning Most Valuable Player.

THEY'RE COMING: The CLB3X3 van has left Melbourne, bound for Port Adelaide.

"There are some top quality players in it for sure," CLB founder and GM Matt Hollard said of the tournament.

If you are new to 3X3, are having trouble with the new FIBA app and don't quite know how to register your team or you simply have some questions, the events team is on 0431 672 607 or contact them via 

Alternatively, go to, click on the "Register for an event" tab, click on the Port Adelaide event you would like to participate in and fill in the form provided.

Payment can be made via the offiicial Paypal account or via EFT.

With a festive and carnival atmosphere on the outside FIBA-approved court, the series at Hart's Mill puts it in Port Adelaide's cultural hub.

Categories available include U13's through to Open (Men and Women), with all skill levels and abilities welcome.

A DJ, food trucks, refreshments, kids activities and an outdoor cinema will provide a unique atmosphere, along with a Corporate Cup on Friday night to give local businesses a chance to mingle and have some fun.

There are great prizes to be won, supplied by CLB partners Wilson Basketball and Peak Sport Australia, prizemoney and official FIBA ranking points for all registered players.

Farmer Joe's Fruit Market in Port Adelaide kindly is donating boxes of high-quality healthy fruit for all competing players and officials across the CLB3X3 Port Adelaide weekend.

"It really is shaping up as one a spectacular event," Hollard said.

HART'S MILL: Just around the corner from West Adelaide Bearcats' Port Adelaide headquarters.

Jan 9

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