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BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA MOVES TO NEW DIGITAL HOME AT .BASKETBALL

A major move to further unify the Australian basketball digital community is underway.

CHEMIST WAREHOUSE WNBL RETURNS TO FREE-TO-AIR TV IN LANDMARK DEAL BETWEEN FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA AND SBS

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.

Victorian Labor makes $126m election promise for basketball community

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.

AUS INDIGENOUS ALL STARS EAGER TO CONTINUE TRANS-TASMAN DOMINANCE

Australian Indigenous Basketball (AIB) has announced a roster of 12-players who will represent the 2018 Apunipima Australian Indigenous Men’s National Team (All Stars) in the 5th Annual Trans-Tasman Basketball Series.

Basketball Australia Position on SEABL

The Board of Basketball Australia (BA) held a scheduled meeting on 11-12 August to discuss a range of strategic matters.

ROLLERS DEFEAT POLAND TO ADVANCE TO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS SEMI-FINAL

A strong second half from the Rollers have seen them advance to the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship Semi-Final, progressing past Poland 83-70

FIVE AUSSIES TO FEATURE IN THE 2018 WNBA PLAYOFFS

Five Australians, representing three teams, are headed to the 2018 WNBA Playoffs which are set to tip off on Wednesday Australian time.

GREAT BRITAIN PROVE TOO STRONG FOR AUSTRALIAN GLIDERS

An impressive shooting performance from Great Britain has seen them hand the Gliders their third loss in a row at the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship coming away with a 25 point victory, 63-38.

GLIDERS GO DOWN TO CANADA IN AN OVERTIME THRILLER

The Australian Gliders were unable to hold off a hot-shooting Canadian side, going down 84-72 in an overtime thriller.

ROLLERS VICTORIOUS AFTER CLOSE GAME AGAINST ARGENTINA

The Australian Rollers have begun their Wheelchair Basketball World Championship title defence with a closely fought 74-55 victory over Argentina.

Australian women’s team selected for 2018 Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games

The Australian team selected for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG), to be played between October 6-18, has been announced.

GLIDERS, ROLLERS COMPLETE WARM-UP SERIES AHEAD OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Australian Gliders and Rollers have put the finishing touches on their preparations for the 2018 IWBF World Championships, completing their warm-up series' in Germany before the official tournament begins later this week.

UNDER 14 BOYS AUSTRALIAN CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAMS ANNOUNCED

The teams that have qualified to compete in the upcoming club championships have been announced, with the championships to be held in Kilsyth from 1-6 October.

UNDER 14 GIRLS AUSTRALIAN CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAMS ANNOUNCED

The teams that have qualified for the upcoming Club Championships have been announced with the tournament to be held in Shepparton from October 1-6.

AUSSIE GIRLS MAKE INTERNATIONAL FINAL, BOYS FALL TO CANADA IN SEMIS

After a terrific tournament, The Bulleen Boomers and Eltham Wildcats faced Canada in the international Semi Finals. The Bulleen Girls were able to get over the line, unfortunately falling to Europe in the International final, while the Eltham Boys lost their Semi Final in a tightly contested game.

EMUS WIN UNDER-18 ASIA CUP WITH GRITTY WIN OVER NEW ZEALAND

The Australian Emus have defeated New Zealand 72-63 to win the Under-18 Asia Championships.

ASIA PACIFIC THROUGH TO JR NBA SEMI FINALS

With a victory each in the Quarter Finals, the Bulleen Boomers and Eltham Wildcats will represent Asia Pacific in the Semi Finals of the Jr NBA World Championship where they will both face Canada.

EMUS MARCH INTO FINAL WITH VICTORY OVER PHILIPPINES

The Australian Emus defeated an in form Philippines side 77-43 to advance to the Final against traditional rivals, New Zealand