Super City Rangers sign Dillon Boucher for the 2014 NBL Season
In 2013 the Rangers did a good job of developing some of the younger talent, like Jack Salt, who was called into the Tall Blacks and Duane Bailey who has become part of the Breakers roster, with the management of the Rangers realizing that they need to further develop the talent in the team the decision to bring in Dillon was an easy one. Dillon has long been recognised as one of New Zealand smartest basketball players and has coached at the Tall Black level so Dillon has the skillset to really assist the younger players in the Rangers team.
‘Dillon epitomizes the ultimate team guy, he is a great example for our young players that if you work hard and smart that you can make a career in the game.’
‘His passion for the game, work ethic on and off the court will be a great role model for not only our young Rangers but will be fantastic for our next generation of players who are coming through our club.
We lacked leadership and experience this year in the Rangers with a young roster. Dillon’s ability to lead and pass his experience, leadership and values will be key for the Rangers to develop into a consistent playoff team next year and beyond. I am really looking forward to working with Dillon,’ says Head Coach Aik Ho.
With Dillon joining Daryl Corletto and another major signing yet to be announced the Rangers will be a force in the 2014 NBL season.