Isaac Humphries

Now 7 feet tall ,Isaac Humphries was one of our early recipients. he started playing basketball when he was 12 and quickly became a rep player for Sutherland then NSW and Australia. the early commitments for Isaacs family were significant and the MPF was able to guarantee he was able to compete and follow a dream that is now very much a reality.

In 2013 Isaac left the shire for the AIS in Canberra and was selected to play at the World Cup in Dubai wearing green and gold. Isaacs life changed forever due to his outstanding performance at the titles. he broke the all time record for most points scored at a World Cup including 41 points in the game against Canada . He made the World starting 5 at the tournament and the phones started to ring. his days were numbered here in Australia because the USA had him in their sights. he accepted a scholarship with La lumiere high school and was courted by nearly every major college after that.

It was the reputation of John Calapari that swayed Isaac to join The University x Kentucky Wildcats . today 14 mths later after finishing a very solid first season Isaac will grace the court in season 2 as apart of the starting 5.

He is poised to be NBA drafted next year in the top 25 all going well. Isaacs life is one of flying in the college private jet throughout USA to frequent interviews autograph signing etc , somewhat a kin to a rockstar. He plays every week in front of 20,000 basketball tragics .

His workload is intense and training regime enormous and he has created his own destiny.

I know he holds MPF in high regard and remembers those tough times and our timely help. We wish him all the best in the next part of this amazing journey and remind you that all College basketball is televised on espn Foxtel weekly if you want to follow our successful athlete. thanks. Season opens this Friday.


Isaac Humphries - National Basketball Championship Player

Monty Porter Athlete Isaac Humphries the five-star 7'0 centre ranked #1 in Australia, joined La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana in January 2015 .Humphries, out of Cronulla, Australia, came to the attention of La Lumiere when assistant coach Brad Johnstin visited Australia in April to coach at an AUSA Hoops Scouting & Development camp in Sydney and scout the U18's Australian Junior Championships.

Isaac will start at a yet to be disclosed college in USA late in 2016 and we wish him all the best.

August 2014



Dubai August 2014 : Australian centre Isaac Humphries broke the record for most points per game at the Fiba Under-17 World Championship in an 85-79 final group-stage defeat to Canada at Al Ahli Arena .
Humphries top-scored with 41 points and 19 rebounds, surpassing the previous best of 37 set by South Korea's Heo Hoon against Lithuania in 2012.


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