The Australian Boomers have replicated their performance against Qatar from Thursday night, defeating Kazakhstan in Bendigo 94-41 for their second consecutive 50+ point victory as they inch closer towards qualifying for the FIBA World Cup.
An undermanned Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals side has fallen to Spain by just three points, 62-65, in their final warm-up game before the FIBA Women's World Cup begins on September 22.
The Australian Boomers have made one change to their team that defeated Qatar with Chris Goulding returning ahead of their FIBA World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan in Bendigo on Monday night.
Suffering a cruel injury blow with a week remaining until the FIBA Women’s World Cup, Lauren Mansfield has been replaced by Tessa Lavey in the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals team.
The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals have continued their tour around Europe in the lead-up to the FIBA Women's World Cup, defeating Turkey 73-56 on their home court.
The Australian Boomers have put on a clinic to defeat Qatar 95-43, beginning the second round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers in impressive fashion.
The 2019 FIBA Mens Basketball World Cup will take place in China in 12 months time, from the 31st August - 15th September 2018 and Basketball Australia's Official Tour Provider - SportsLink International will be arranging the Official Tour to China to watch the Boomers take on the best in the world.
A major move to further unify the Australian basketball digital community is underway.
Basketball Australia is thrilled to advise FOX SPORTS Australia will continue its commitment to broadcast Australian women’s sports with the announcement of a new partnership with SBS that will see the Chemist Warehouse WNBL return to free-to-air television.
Sami Whitcomb is set to make her national team debut for the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals, coming in for the injured Leilani Mitchell ahead of the FIBA Women’s World Cup later this month.
The Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals have headed to France to begin their preparations for the FIBA Women's World Cup, playing a series of warm-up games in Europe before the tournament tips off in Spain on September 22.
Basketball Australia has announced the appointment of David Biwer as National 3x3 Pathway Manager to develop both Australia’s national teams and the emerging talent in the 3x3Hustle.
On the periphery of the Australian Boomers team for a long time, Daniel Johnson finally gets his chance to pull on the green and gold this month in the second round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers.
Having recovered from a serious knee injury to make her way back into the national team, Alex Bunton felt an overwhelming sense of pride when she was named as a member of the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals for the 2018 FIBA Women’s World Cup.
Father's Day tipped off with an incredible announcement by the Premier Daniel Andrews, pledging a $126m election package for the State Basketball Centre expansion as well as the entire Victorian basketball community.
The 2019 Australian Under-14 Club Championships will return to being hosted together next year with Basketball Ballarat to host the Boys and Girls competitions concurrently between September 30-October 5.