FORMER Shoalhaven Tiger Darcy Harding will get the showcase his basketball talents in Thailand after being named in the NBL1 All-Star side.
Harding, who plays for the Diamond Valley Eagles, joins 11 other players in the squad that will take part in the World Invitation Basketball Tournament in Thailand from September 14 to September 18.
The squad, who played two trial matches Zhejiang Guangsha Lions (lost 86-66) and Shanxi Dragons (won 83-82) at the weekend, are now on their way to the invitation tournament.
Harding averaged 11.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.3 assists per game this season while shooting 41 per cent from the field.
NBL1 league manager Dean Anglin said every player picked in the All-Star team deserved their spot.
"The NBL1 All-Stars team showcases some of the competition's best players," he said.
"We are looking forward to them competing against some highly talented opposition and giving our fans another chance to watch the NBL1's best."
Joining Harding in the squad are Dandenong's Lucas Barker and Dexter Kernich-Drew, Southern's Nicholas Gabsch and Jaden Weldon, Hobart's Callum Barker, North West Thunder's Joseph Chilcott, Nunawading's Costas Hronopoulos, Bendigo's Mathiang Muo, Kilsyth's Blacio O'Wili, Geelong's Nick Owusu and Konx's Adam Thoseby.