Basketball Australia has welcomed two new members to its Board of Directors following elections held earlier today at the 2020 BA Annual General Meeting.
Paralympics Australia’s Board of Directors will expand to nine members after President Jock O’Callaghan today announced three new appointments.
Australia’s basketball community has established a taskforce to tackle the challenges from grassroots to elite competitions caused by the ongoing impact of COVID-19.
The World’s largest International women’s basketball competition is coming to Sydney Olympic Park.
We are experiencing unprecedented times globally and in our sport of Basketball we have been working with all areas of the sport across Australia to ensure we are making decisions that protect the health and safety of the community, our participants and athletes.
Australian coaching icon Brian Goorjian headlines an impressive list of presenters for the 5th annual Basketball Australia Coaches' Conference to be held at the BA Centre of Excellence in Canberra on May 4 and 5, 2020.
Basketball Australia and 3x3Hustle have launched 3x3 Community Hustle program, ‘Hustle for your 30’, in a joint initiative with Sport Australia.
Australian Women’s 3x3 star Alice Kunek has suffered an elbow injury and will no longer be available for selection for FIBA’s 3x3 Olympic Qualifying Tournament (OQT) to be held in India from March 18 – 22, 2020.
The NBA Global Academy (NBA GA), based at Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence (COE) in Canberra, has won the 2020 Torneo Junior Ciutat de L’Hospitalet.
The Australian Boomers have announced a 24-player squad for the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers.
Opals Captain Jenna O’Hea has suffered a wrist injury and will no longer be available for the FIBA Olympic Qualifier from February 6-9 in Bourges, France.
Basketball Australia stands united with basketball leagues and communities across the country in raising much needed funds for all those who have been affected by the bushfire crisis.
Retiring 13-year WNBL veteran, Sarah Graham will join the staff of Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence (COE) following the 2019-20 season, when she takes up the role of assistant coach of the women’s program.
The 2012 London Olympic flag bearer Lauren Jackson AO has been named as a finalist for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (WBHOF).
Basketball Australia have announced the Chemist Warehouse Australian Opals team for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament.
Basketball Australia have appointed former WNBL Coach of the Year, David Herbert as the head coach of the Australian U19 Women’s team, the Gems, for the next two years.