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Nationality New Zealand Flag NZL New Zealand
Birth Date 27/12/1975
Gender Men
Height (m / in) 1.96/6'5''
Weight (kg / lbs) 98/216
Events Inscribed   Member of New Zealand Basketball Men

Place Of Birth New Plymouth, New Zealand
Residence Wellington, New Zealand
Playing Position Small Forward
International Debut 2001 (Goodwill Games)
Number Internationals 64
Influential Person Parents
Idol Michael Jordan
Games History
Athens 2004
6 games - finished 10th
Other Dillon holds the record for the most number of NBL titles won (eight) and was the MVP in the Final of the 2005 PRIMO NBL championship, while helping the Auckland Stars to a win.

Dillon has completed a certificate in travel studies and has worked in the travel industry. To relax he enjoys listening to rap and hip-hop music.

Both of Dillon's parents played basketball as did his brothers and he followed suit as soon as he could walk.

Dillon is married. He and his wife Nikki have two children, Jayden & Makenzee.

Dillon made his international debut at the 2001 Goodwill Games. He was meant to be a reserve and take on the task of holding the video camera, but he replaced NBA forward Sean Marks when he withdrew.

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