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Jacob Holmes Position Power Forward Height 198 cm (6 ft 6 in) Weight 94 kg (207 lb) Team Adelaide 36ers Nationality  Australia Born 14 August 1983 (1983-08-14) (age 27) Adelaide, South Australia Junior Association Sturt Debut 2001 Previous Clubs Adelaide 36ers (2001-06, 2009-present) South Dragons (2006-08) Championships 2002 Career Highlights 2001-02 NBL championship with the Adelaide 36ers Member of the Australian Boomers gold medal winning team at the 2006 Commonwealth Games South Dragons MVP 2008 Jacob Holmes (born 14 August 1983 in Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian professional basketball player who plays for the Adelaide 36ers in the National Basketball League (NBL). He formerly played for Sturt in the Australian Basketball Association. He won the Central ABL's Woollacott Medal for Best & Fairest in 2003 for the Eastern Mavericks. He also played for the Nelson Giants in the NZ NBL competition, which was held in the 2005 off-season of the NBL. Contents 1 Professional career 2 International Career 3 Personal 4 External links Professional career Holmes debuted for the Adelaide 36ers in the during the 2001-02 NBL season season and was a member of the teams NBL championship win that year. Three more seasons followed with the 36ers where the Phil Smyth coached team never made it past the Quarter-Finals before he signed with the South Dragons for the 2006-07 NBL season. His leadership was acknowledged within the Dragons to the point where he earned the club captaincy as well as winning the Dragons MVP award for the 2007-08 season. At the end of the 2007-08 season, Holmes decided to return home to Adelaide and to re-join the 36ers. In doing so he unfortunately missed out on a second NBL championship as the Dragons went on to win the 2008-09 NBL title in what would prove to be their final season in the league. During the 2010-11 NBL season, Holmes averaged 5.2 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game for the 36ers in 28 games and was consistently among the top 10 in the league in rebounding. Holmes ended the 2010-11 season having played 299 NBL games and will have to wait until at least the 2011-12 season to pass the 300 game mark. He is so far averaging 9.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game during his NBL career. International Career Jacob Holmes was a member of the Australian Boomers team that won the 2005 FIBA Oceania Championship. He also won the gold medal playing for Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games held in Melbourne. Both championship wins were over the New Zealand Tall Blacks. Personal Jacob has two sisters named Fleur and Victoria. External links NBL profile Basketball Australia profile v · d · eAdelaide 36ers current roster 2 DeVries | 4 Herbert | 6 Daly | 8 Ng | 9 Hill | 10 Dowdell | 11 Harris | 12 Holmes | 14 Shannon | 15 Carter | 17 Howard | 21 Johnson | 22 Winder | 26 Creek | 54 Ballinger (c) Head coach: Clarke | Assistant coaches: Radford | Persondata Name Holmes, Jacob Alternative names Short description Date of birth 14 August 1983 Place of birth Adelaide, South Australia Date of death Place of death