Pero Cameron

Team Gold Coast Blaze Gold Coast Blaze
Born Jun 5, 1974
Nationality New Zealand New Zealand
Team History
Gold Coast Blaze Gold Coast Blaze 1994 - present

Sean Pero MacPherson Cameron is a pro basketball player from New Zealand. Currently, he is the captain of the Tall Blacks, which is the Men’s national team of New Zealand. In the NBL, he is a member of Gold Coast Blaze.

Pero Cameron has a weight of 265 lbs and height of 6 feet 6 inches. His physique is suitable to play as a power forward, but he possesses skills that are required in small forwards like being a good passer and an efficient outside shooter.

Cameron is basically a Maori who initially participated in the rugby league but later opted for basketball. He started playing for New Zealand’s National Basketball League in 1992. He has participated professionally for Mahram BC (Iran), Banvitspor (Turkey), NZ Breakers, Chester Jets and in UK and Malaysia.

In 1994, Cameron was chosen by Tall Blacks. He was made co-captain of the side in 2000. When the 2002 FIBA World Championships were held in Indianapolis, he was made the sole captain of the side. In this tournament, Cameron had an average of 3.6 assists, 5 rebounds and 14.7 points.

Career Highlights

In the NBL, Pero Cameron has won the MVP award 5 times, has been selected in the league’s first team 7 times and has been chosen in 7 championship teams. He has won the silver medal in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.

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