Tony Rampton has won the following NBL awards – All Star Five in 2000, Outstanding NZ Forward in 2000, Kiwi MVP in 2000, Outstanding Forward in 2000, Rebound Champion in 2000and Rookie of the Year in 1999.

He plays in the position of Center and has a height of 2.13 meters. He was a student of Iowa State University and in 1999 debuted for Tall Blacks. During the 2000 William Jones Cup tournament in Taiwan he was the MVP. He was an important player in the New Zealand squad when it defeated Australia to qualify for the 2002 World Championships. However, he could not attend this tournament due to his ankle injury. Till date, he has played many seasons in the Australian NBL with the West Sydney Razorbacks, Wollongong Hawks, Cairns Taipans and Sydney Spirit. In 2006, he won the Silver Medal at the Commonwealth Games. His team was Taranaki in 1999, 2005, 2006 and 2008. During 2000, he was a member of Nelson.

Career Highlights

Team New Zealand national basketball team New Zealand national basketball team
Born 30 May 1976
Nationality New Zealand New Zealand
Team History
New Zealand national basketball team New Zealand national basketball team 1999 - present

In the regular season, Rampton has played in 68 games and his field goal percentage was 0.483 and free throw percentage was 0.664. He posted 90 blocks, 71 steals, 99 assists, 704 rebounds and 1075 points. His overall 3-point field goal percentage was 0.179.

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