Monthly Archives: December 2010

Phillin` the Lane: A Merry Christmas for Majok

Basketball Australia’s US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussies in action in the US and Europe.

AJ Ogilvy – Euroblog

Australian star Big AJ Ogilvy touches base and keeps us up to date on his hoop-happenings in Europe.

Australian Development Camps set for January 2011

The New Year will mark a new development period for many of Basketball Australia’s up and coming athletes, with the scheduling of two Australian Development Camps in January 2011 at the Australian Institute of Sport.

U20 and Ivor Burge Championships tip-off Feb 20

Australia’s best female and male basketball players will gather in Maitland, NSW to compete in the 2011 Australian U20 & Ivor Burge Championships. These Championships will tip-off on Sunday the 20th of February and will conclude on Saturday the 26th with the medal games.

Expressions of interest for Australian University Athletes

The 2011 World University Summer Games (WUSG) will be conducted in Shenzhen, China from 12-23 August 2011. This is a unique multi-sport event and is part of the Australia National Team pathway.

Newley gets better of Euroleague clash with Ingles

Australian basketball star Brad Newley got the better of his Euroleague clash with Boomers teammate and fellow former National Basketball League player Joe Ingles last week, his Lithuanian team Lietuvos Rytas scoring a narrow 88-87 upset victory over Ingles’ Spanish club Regal FC Barcelona.

Bogut and Mills set to do battle

Patty Mills and Andrew Bogut are set to go head-to-head this Tuesday night when the Milwaukee Bucks host the Portland Trailblazers telecast exclusively on One HD (7.30pm AEDT).

Phillin` the Lane: Bogut back with a vengeance

Basketball Australia’s US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussies in action in the US and Europe.

Back in the Day: When We Were Good

This week the BA time machine whizzes us back to mid-December, 2006. There was plenty happening inside and outside the world of hoops.

Basketball Australia announces Head Coaches for U17 National teams and Australian Uni Games Teams

Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the head coaching appointments for the Australian U17 Men’s and Women’s Basketball programs, as well as the head coaching appointments for the Men’s and Women’s Australian University Games teams for 2011.

Australian Schools Championships recap

The Australian School’s Champions have been decided in Bendigo after some absolutely thrilling games on the final day of the 2010 Australian Schools Championships.

Phillin' the Lane: Patty Mills Promoted

Basketball Australia’s US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussies in action in the US and Europe.

Back in the Day 2.8: Blood on the Flag

This week, Basketball Australia's resident time-traveler Nicholas Way takes us back to the second week of December, 2005.

Patrick Mills gets green light and delivers

Australian Boomers rising star Patrick Mills has taken his NBA stocks to another level, with the young point guard receiving just under 29 minutes of playing time today, leading his Portland Trailblazers to a critical 106-99 win over the Phoenix Suns.

Schools Championships begin

The 2010 Australian Schools Championships began yesterday is Bendigo Victoria, formerly known as the National Schools Basketball Tournament first began in 1983 and 27 years later it’s still one of the most popular basketball tournaments in Australia.

Basketball celebrate International Day of People with a Disability 2010

Friday December 3 is International Day of People with a Disability (IPDwD) and celebrations are taking place around Australia to acknowledge ability, generate awareness and promote the inclusion of people with a disability in all aspects of life.

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