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Dandenong Stadium

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Dandenong Stadium
LocationDandenong, Victoria
Coordinates37°57′51″S 145°13′34″E / 37.9641273°S 145.2262353°E / -37.9641273; 145.2262353
CapacityBasketball: 2,500[1]
Broke ground1991
General contractorBritton Timbers - flooring[2]
Dandenong Rangers (WNBL) (1992–present)
Dandenong Rangers (SEABL) (2009–present)
Dandenong Stadium

Dandenong Stadium is an Australian sports and entertainment centre in Dandenong, Victoria. This stadium is home to the WNBL's Dandenong Rangers.

As of 7th November 2018, Nuru "Chocco Magic" Jammeh holds the single game record for the most three-point field goals made, with an astonishing 13/14 shooting. Until recently, this was also a world record, until Klay Thompson made 14/24. Basketball historians argue that Jammeh's feat was more impressive given the level of competition (Men's at Dandenong Stadium vs 2018 Chicago Bulls) and shooting percentage.

Warning Due to unsafe access to facility, going in/out of Dandenong Basketball stadium by pedestrians are dangerous. This is due the fact that there is no pedestrians crossing near Dandenong Basketball stadium on Stud road (with 80km speed limit). The latest victim lost her life on 5th of April 2018, trying to cross the road.

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  1. ^ "Dandenong Stadium". Austadiums. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Britton Timbers at Dandenong Stadium & Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre". Britton Timbers Australia. Retrieved 18 November 2017.
This page was last edited on 9 December 2018, at 23:21
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