Monthly Archives: January 2010

JAYCO Opals and GEMS to call Dandenong home

The current world champion women's basketball team, the Australian JAYCO Opals will call Dandenong home in their preparation for the defence of their World Championship title in the Czech Republic in September this year and their run for gold at the 2012 London Olympics.

Gliders team named for Osaka Cup

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the athletes selected to represent Australia's Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team, the Gliders, at the 2010 Osaka Cup in Japan.

Back in the Day: January 2002

This week, the BA TARDIS will only make a short day-trip to January of 2002, as we are uncomfortably placed in a position between rounds, so that there are few games and less on-running controversies. We will, however, battle on...

Bogut nets NBA career high for Milwaukee + VIDEO

After a stop-start beginning to his NBA career, Andrew Bogut is turning heads and emerging as one of the best centres in the league, writes James Dampney for AAP.

SEABL-select team travelling to Qatar

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the athletes selected to play in a two-game 'friendly' series against the Qatar National Team in February.

APC announces new CEO

Jason Hellwig was today announced as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC).

Playing a team game: Bball TAS campaigning for Menzies

Basketball Tasmania is proud to announce a major partnership and fundraising campaign to increase the number of honours scholarships at Menzies Research Institute.

Phillin' The Lane: Majok, UConn dethrone Texas

Basketball Australia's US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussies in action in the United States.

Support CanTeen this week in the WNBL and NBL

This week Basketball Australia, the Women’s National Basketball League and men’s National Basketball League are supporting the charity CanTeen.

Australian Country Junior Cup: Day 4 Wrap

The U14 Boys and Girls are into the playoffs rounds at the Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup in Albury, with the Semi Finals underway today.

Vale Don Pollock

Basketball Australia wishes to extend its sincere condolences to the family and friends of the late Don Pollock.

Lauren Jackson honoured in Canberra

Yep, four wins on the trot and a solid shot at a championship. But what of Lauren Jackson's impact off the court?

Gallery: WNBL Canberra v Dandenong

Lauren Jackson won Player of the Week in Round 14 of the WNBL for her standout performance for the Canberra Capitals as they downed the Dandenong Rangers 79-65.

WA Basketball Centre set to open next week

VenuesWest has announced the new WA Basketball Centre will open with a Legends Basketball Spectacular on 24th January.

Boomer Gibson set for return

Point guard for the Boomers at the 2009 FIBA Oceania Championships, Adam Gibson is set to make his return from injury for the Gold Coast Blaze on Saturday night in the NBL.

Phillin' the Lane: Double no trouble for Bogut

Basketball Australia's US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussies in action in the United States.

Back in the Day: January 2001

This week's journey in the BA TARDIS takes us to January of 2001. The weather is hot and there is little rain in sight, writes Basketball Australia historian Nicholas Way.

In the Paint..with Boomer Nielsen

Boomers' Beijing Olympic Captain Matthew Nielsen speaks from Valencia, Spain where he plays for Pamesa Valencia in the Spanish League.

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