Monthly Archives: April 2010

Australian teammates face off in Champions Cup

Five Rollers will be battling for bragging rights this weekend in the final of the 2010 Champions Cup in Rome.

Future star Cadee signs with the Blaze

One of Australia's most hotly sought after junior basketballers will make his NBL debut with the Gold Coast Blaze next season, writes Daniel Meers in The Gold Coast Bulletin.

Jayco Opals Camp: Video Blog 2

Rachael Flanagan takes some time out from her first Jayco Opals training camp to chat on basketball.net.au.

WNWBL fires up for Round 2

Round 2 of the Women's National Wheelchair Basketball League tips off with a local derby on Friday night at the Sydney Uni Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Roller Knowles lifts Willi Brinkmann Cup

Aussie Roller Tristan Knowles has starred for his Spanish club BSR Valladolid in the final of the Willi Brinkmann Cup to claim the title of European Champion.

Lacey heads into training camp with the Storm

After being picked up by the Seattle Storm in the first round of the WNBA draft, Australian Alison Lacey has been settling into her first training camp with the WNBA side.

Phillin' The Lane: Loughton returning home

Basketball Australia's US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussie Boomers in action in Europe and the United States.

Back in the Day: Autumn 1986

This week, the BA time machine sets down in the autumn of 1986...

Jayco Opals Camp: Video Blog

World Champion Opal Tully Bevilaqua gives a wrap up of the first few days at the Jayco Opals training camp at the AIS in Canberra.

Maric nominated for All-Euroleague team

Boomer Aleks Maric has been nominated for the All-Euroleague team after his breakout season with Partizan Belgrade.

The Journey To Gold Begins...

The Opals start their journey to the FIBA World Championships with a week long camp at the AIS

Interim coaching arrangements for AIS men's program

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has announced the interim coaching arrangements for the men's basketball program following Marty Clarke's recent resignation from the Head coaching role.

Wheelchair Basketball finds a home in Central Australia

The wheelchair basketball clinics held in Alice Springs last week have been declared a great success with a large number of participants coming along to try out the sport, with a new competition being set up with the Alice Springs Basketball Association.

TBN & SportingPulse goes Mobile

SportingPulse and their mobile partner Optus have launched two cool new tools.

SportingPulse's mobile partner Optus have just launched two cool new tools that you can use on your mobile.

Patty Mills makes NBA Playoffs debut

Golden Star Australian Boomers point guard Patrick Mills scored six points in seven minutes as he made his NBA Playoffs debut for the Portland Trail Blazers today at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

Jayco Opals tip off World Title defence

The Jayco Australian Opals' defence of their world title begins on Saturday when the 2010 squad gathers for the first time at a training camp at the Australian Institute of Sport.

Boomers to host Argentina

The Golden Star Boomers will host current world number one Argentina in a three-game series in Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide in June.

2011 FIBA U19 World Championships go to Latvia and Chile

The FIBA Central Board on Saturday assigned the organisation of the 2011 FIBA U19 World Championships for men and women to Latvia (Men) and Chile (Women).

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