Kendle was a part of the NBL All Australian Team that competed in a three game series against the Chinese national team in July, in the final game he was a standout performer sparking the NBL team to a 89-75 victory with a game-high 20 points.
The 188cm (6’2”) guard has been a standout at SEABL level for several years. He was named MVP in 2016 and led the Bendigo Braves to the SEABL title that same year, earning MVP honours in the Grand Final.
“We are very fortunate that Jeremy was available and ready to go,” Sydney Kings Managing Director Jeff Van Groningen commented.
“Through his play for Brisbane last season and with the All-Australian Team in China in the offseason, he’s proven that he's an NBL-calibre talent,”
Kindle is expected to suit up for tomorrow's rematch with the New Zealand Breakers in Auckland.
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