TOKYO - After a scratchy first up performance against Iran, it was a much improved Australian Rollers on both ends of the floor on Friday, leading to a 77-60 win over the host nation, Japan.
TOKYO - The Australian Rollers dropped their first game in the Mitsubishi Electric Cup overnight, falling 75-62 to Iran in Tokyo.
PTP has officially joined Basketball Australia’s family of partners after signing on as an official supplier in a multiyear deal.
The Australian Gliders and Rollers teams have been selected ahead of the Mitsubishi Electric World Challenge Cup tournament to be held in Tokyo, Japan from August 29th to 1st September.
THE Boomers ended the United States' 78-game winning streak with a stirring, 98-94, victory in front of 52,092 pumped-up spectators at Marvel Stadium.
THE biggest crowd to ever watch a basketball game in Australia witnessed the Boomers and Team USA do battle in Melbourne last night, with the tourists flexing their muscle in a 102-86 victory.
Basketball Australia is proud to announce Signet, Australia’s leading packaging and warehouse supplies provider, as a new major partner of the Australian Boomers.
Australia has closed out the group phase of the FIBA Under-17 Oceania Championships with wins against New Zealand in New Caledonia. Both teams finished on top of Group A in their respective divisions and will play their semi-final games on Friday.
The Boomers used a 51-point second-half to defeat Canada in their second game of FIBA World Cup preparations.
The Boomers succumbed to Canada 90-70 in what was an impressive performance by the visitors, holding Australia to 6-34 shooting from beyond the arc.
After camps on the Gold Coast in April and in Phoenix, Arizona in July, the latest iteration of the Chemist Warehouse Opals squad for the FIBA Asia Cup has been announced.
Basketball Australia confirmed at practice yesterday Xavier Cooks has withdrawn from the Australian Boomers World Cup team due to injury.