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Australian Cricketer, Kings XI Punjab Cricketer


Brett Lee Info

Full NameBrett Lee
Date of BirthNovember 8, 1976
Place of BirthWollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Height1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Other Names / Nick NamesBing, Binga, The Speedster
Batting styleRight-handed
Bowling styleRight-arm fast
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 I truly appreciate Cricket New South Wales' offer but given the unique position I find myself in under the new contracting model, it makes sense to give this opportunity to a young player. I am still very much focused on earning a Cricket Australia contract over the next two months and will continue to help Cricket New South Wales where I can this season. 
— Brett Lee turns down New South Wales contract / June 27, 2012
 I'm not a massive fan of it to tell you the truth. I think the only thing a bowler could enjoy is at the Gabba if it's a juicy green-top, you can nick them off for 80-odd if it is swinging and bouncing from both ends. But to me now it's totally changed the way that one-day cricket's played. 
— Brett Lee is not a fan of dual new balls in ODI cricket / March 14, 2012
 I do think the momentum does get carry through, the mental edge as well. The way the Test players played, which is why it's so important for us to try and win, so come Sunday night, even though we are not playing against India, we get a great roll on from Twenty20 into one-day matches, 
— Brett Lee saying Indians lost the mental edge after their recent losses / February 03, 2012
 I'm still out to bowl fast. I said about six months ago that if I couldn't hit that 150kph mark I wouldn't want to be playing cricket, which is the truth. I do thrive on speed. I enjoy the pace, I enjoy seeing the stumps fly. That's the exciting part of cricket. 
— Brett Lee wants to bowl as fast as possible / March 10, 2011
 I don't see any problem with the pace which we have and playing on the slow wickets. At the end of the day, the ball is still coming at 150kmh through the air.The pitch is a massive part of the equation. But if you have a bowler like Shaun Tait bowling around 160kmh at the batsmen's toes, it doesn't matter where you are playing. It is still going to hit the batsmen on the full. 
— Brett Lee saying their fast bowlers can do well on slow wickets in the World Cup / February 18, 2011

 For pace bowling you've got to get the ball in the right spot. The way we bowled in the Champions Trophy, with lots of pace bowlers, we won that event. Playing on slow wickets like in Delhi tends to suit our pace attack. 
— Brett Lee saying their fast bowlers can do well on slow wickets in the World Cup / February 18, 2011