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YOUR STARTING 5: Titans Basketball Singlet back in stock

To celebrate the return of our popular 'Titans Basketball Singlet' (buy here) we have come up with our own 'starting 5' should basketball be the next sport added to the Coast.

The popular singlet draws comparisons to the classic Orlando Magic uniform of the 90s, with the Gold Coast flavour coming through in the iconic sand, sea and surf colours of the Titans.

Here is our 'starting five' for a Titans foray into the NBA...

Centre - Tino Fa'asuamaleaui

Every good team needs a good big man and they don't come much bigger or better than Tino Fa'asuamaleaui. Physical presence, plus elite athleticism, has Tino ready to play the enforcer role. Style: Joel Embiid

Power Forward - Dave Fifita

When you think power there is no better in the NRL than big Dave. Throwing tacklers away at will last season on the footy field, the sight of Fifita charging towards the net will put the fear of God in any defender on the court. Style: Blake Griffin.

Small Forward - Erin Clark

The versatile Clark is just at home in the backrow as he is at hooker on the footy field and this all-round ability sees the Maori All Stars hooker join the Titans lineup at small forward. Style: Lebron James.

Shooting Guard - AJ Brimson

Jordan, Harden, Wade, Brimson. Elite athletes with elite speed, footwork and skill - Brimson is a natural in the guard position for the Titans starting five. Style: James Harden.

Point Guard - Toby Sexton

The playmaker. Look for plenty of assists as Toby Sexton controls the court with his vision and passing game. He may not be dunking any time soon but that wont stop the rookie from setting up his teammates time after time. Style: Steph Curry.

While this side may not be hitting the court anytime soon you can look the part with the Titans Basketball Singlet now back in stock. Buy here.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.