The Australian Under-25 Devils are midway through an international series against Japan that will help determine the team to compete at the IWBF Under-25 World Championships in May.
Basketball dignitaries have featured in the 2019 Australia Day honours, with five significant contributors to the sport awarded Medals of the Order of Australia (OAM).
The Under-25 Australian women's wheelchair basketball team (Devils) are preparing for a full week of training and international competition against an Under-25 Japanese women's team next week in Canberra.
The first Australian Championship for 2019 is less than three weeks away with the Under-20 and Ivor Burge Champs to be held in Canberra, ACT from February 12-17.
Ahead of a big year that includes the 2019 FIBA women’s Asia Cup and the start of the FIBA women’s qualifiers for the 2020 Olympics and 2022 FIBA World Cup, the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals squad has been announced.
At the conclusion of another successful year for basketball in Australia, take a look back at the most memorable moments of 2018 headlined by the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals winning a FIBA World Cup silver medal, 14 medal-winning performances overall, the announcement of #BoomersUSA and the Boomers qualifying for the 2019 FIBA World Cup.
An exciting series of international competitions is coming up for 3x3 Australian basketball as momentum builds towards competing at the 2019 FIBA 3x3 World Cup, 2020 Tokyo Olympics and 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The list of 40 athletes to participate in the January 2019 Australian Development Camp (ADC), held at Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence from January 24-27, have been named.
The Australian boys and girls have finished the FIBA Under-15 Oceania Championships in style, each taking home gold medals with victories over New Zealand.
The Australian boys have bounced back from a loss yesterday at the FIBA Under-15 Oceania Championships with a 121-31 win over Papua New Guinea to book a spot in next year's FIBA Under-16 Asian Championships.
The Australian Basketball Players’ Association and Basketball Australia (BA) today announced the inaugural National Teams Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), ensuring wide-ranging improved conditions for Australia’s elite players.
Completing their group stage undefeated, the Australian girls have booked a spot in the FIBA Under-15 Oceania Championships gold medal game as well as earning their place at the Under-16 Asian Championships next year while the Aussie boys suffered a heartbreaking loss to New Zealand.