- Melbourne Tigers 2005 - present
Luke Kendall was a member of Sydney Kings from the 2005 season to the 2008 season. He played for Perth Wildcats in the 2008 season and in the same season joined the Melbourne Tigers with whom he is presently playing. He has been allocated the position of Guard. He weighs 90 kg and is 193 centimeters tall.
In the 2004-05 season, Kendall was a leading contender for the NBL Rookie of the Year. However, after he had played just 12 games, a knee injury ended his campaign. At present, he has been selected in the Boomers roster. While he played for Metro state, his coach was former NBL coach Mike Dunlap. He earned 2003 NABC All North Central Region, First Team All East Division and First Team 2003 All Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors. Kendall was a winner of a Gold Medal at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. He has one NBL title and 2 runner-up trophies against his name.
If Kendall’s career from the 2006-07 to the 2008-09 season is considered, he took the opportunity to play in 86 games. His field goal percentage was 0.38, free throw percentage was 0.85 and 3-point field goal percentage was 0.35. He amassed 922 points, 299 rebounds and 319 assists.