Born: November 18, 1993
Position: Combo Guard
Height: 186 cm / 6’1″
Team: FREE AGENT
Kyle Adnam is a crafty, feisty, and quick scoring combo guard. He is an exceptional pick and roll player who is capable of getting to any spots on the floor to create shots for himself or his teammates. In addition, Kyle can score off the dribble, coming off screens, and by spotting up for 3-point shots. He uses his body incredibly well to draw fouls, plays off two feet in the lane, and uses various fakes in his offensive repertoire. His pick and roll skills, passing, mid-range pull up shots and step-backs, transition plays, and shooting from behind the 3-point line are his go-to offensive moves. Defensively, He uses his body incredibly well to avoid getting screened by bigger players and moves his feet well to keep quick guards in the front of him and out of the paint. Because of his balance, toughness, high IQ, anticipation, and discipline, he is a solid defender. In Australia and New Zealand, Kyle played both guard positions equally well.
During 2020/2021 season, Kyle played for SE Melbourne Phoenix in Australian top NBL league. He was named the co-captain and the team played the semi-finals. Adam averaged 12 points and 3.6 assists in only 23 minutes per game.
Below are his highlights against Perth Wildcats in which he had 24 points and his career high 28 points:
Below are highlights against Illawarra Hawks in which he had 9 points, career high 13 assists, 5 rebounds, and 4 steals:
Below are highlights from two pre-season games against Brisbane Bullets:
During 2019/2020 season, Kyle averaged 9 points per game in 17 minutes of play for SE Melbourne Phoenix in Australian top NBL league.
Below are his highlights against Sydney Kings scoring 24 points and 19 points:
Prior to signing with SE Melbourne Phoenix, Kyle played for Sydney Kings where he averaged 7 points per game in 15 minutes of play.
Below are his Sydney Kings highlights:
During his career in Australia, Kyle also played for Melbourne United, Illawarra Hawks, and Adelaide 36ers. In 2018 after winning Australian NBL championship with Melbourne United, Kyle was invited to Dallas Mavericks mini-camp.
Between Australian NBL seasons, Kyle had played in New Zealand for Nelson Giants. During 2017/2018 season, he averaged 19 points per game and shot 48% from the field and 91% from the free throw line. During 2016/2017 season for Nelson Giants, he averaged 17 points per game.
Below are highlights from New Zealand league:
He was a member of Australian Senior National Team in February 2020 and World University Games in 2017.
Below are his national team highlights:
2020/2021 SE Melbourne Phoenix - Australian NBL - 12ppg & 3.6 in 23mpg
2019/2020 SE Melbourne Phoenix - Australian NBL - 9ppg & 3apg in 17mpg, FG: 51%, FT: 88%
2018/2019 Sydney Kings - Australian NBL - 7ppg in 15mpg
2017/2018 Nelson Giants - New Zealand NBL - 19ppg, FG: 48%, FT: 91%
2017/2018 Melbourne United - Australian NBL - 4ppg
2016/2017 Nelson Giants - New Zealand NBL - 17ppg
2021 Co-Captain of SE Melbourne Phoenix
2020 Australian Senior National Team - FIBA ASIA CUP
2018 Australian NBL Champion - MELBOURNE UNITED
2018 NBA Mini-Camp - DALLAS MAVERICKS
2017 Australian National Team - WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES
2015 SEABL Youth Player of the Year
2015 All SEABL Team