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EMERGING OPALS CLINCH WIN ON OPENING DAY OF 2019 WORLD UNI GAMES

The Emerging Opals have opened their account at the 2019 World University Games with a convincing 68-51 victory over Finland.

AUSTRALIAN UNDER-16 CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW- POOL B GIRLS

Take a look at how it all might play out in Pool B of the girls competition at the 2019 Australian Under-16 Championships, being held in Darwin, Northern Territory between July 6-13.

EMUS DEFEAT MALI ON THE BUZZER TO FINISH SECOND IN GROUP B

Sam Froling hit a three-pointer with just 2.3 seconds remaining to give the Emus the victory over the previously undefeated Mali, seeing them finish in second place in Group B.

EMERGING OPALS AND BOOMERS READY FOR 2019 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES

The largest multi-sport event apart from the Olympic Games begins tomorrow and the Emerging Boomers and Emerging Opals are ready for the World University Games, being held in Naples, Italy from July 3-14.

AUSTRALIAN UNDER-16 CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW- POOL A GIRLS

Preview the fortunes of Pool A for the girls competition at the 2019 Australian Under-16 Championships, being held in Darwin, Northern Territory between July 6-13.

GLIDERS HIT MIDWAY POINT OF USA INTERNATIONAL SERIES

The Australian Gliders are midway through their six-game international series against the USA national team who they are hosting at Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence.

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE CELEBRATE FOUR GRADUATING ATHLETES

Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence have celebrated four mid-year graduating athletes from the women's program who are set to begin the next step of their basketball journeys.

EMUS SECURE FIRST WIN AT U19 WORLD CUP AGAINST LATVIA

The Australian Emus defeated Latvia 81-52 to secure their first win at the Under-19 FIBA World Cup, as eleven different Emus hit the scoreboard.

GALLANT EMUS FALL TO CANADA IN OPENING FIBA U19 WORLD CUP GAME

A dominant third quarter was not enough to secure a win for Australia on the opening day of the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup, falling to Canada 76-81.

EMUS READY TO TAKE ON THE GLOBE AT FIBA U19 WORLD CUP

Find out all you need to know about the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup, held in Greece from June 29 - July 7 as the Australian Emus chase their third medal at the tournament.

AUSTRALIAN UNDER-16 CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW- POOL B BOYS

Take a look at Pool B for the boys competition and how it all might play out at the 2019 Australian Under-16 Championships, being held in Darwin, Northern Territory between July 6-13.

Australian Pearls name team for 2019 INAS Global Games

Basketball Australia and Sport Inclusion Australia have announced the ten players selected to represent the Australian Pearls at the 2019 INAS Global Games held in Brisbane from October 12-19.

AUSTRALIAN UNDER-16 CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW- POOL A BOYS

Preview the fortunes of Pool A for the boys competition at the 2019 Australian Under-16 Championships, being held in Darwin, Northern Territory between July 6-13.

AUSSIE HOOPS TO INTRODUCE SIZE 4 BASKETBALL

Basketball Australia today announced its Aussie Hoops program will introduce a size 4 Spalding basketball as part of their participation pack for all new registrations.

EMUS SWEEP THEIR WAY THROUGH FIBA U19 WORLD CUP WARM-UP SERIES

The Australian Emus have navigated a confidence-boosting warm-up series in Latvia ahead of the FIBA Under-19 World Cup, winning all three games against the hosts, Lithuania and Russia.

TEAMS ANNOUNCED FOR FIBA UNDER-17 OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Following the weekend’s selection camp at Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence, the men’s and women’s teams for the FIBA Under-17 Oceania Championships have been selected.

GLIDERS NAME SQUAD TO HOST USA IN INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY TOURNAMENT

The Australian Gliders have named their squad to host the USA women’s wheelchair basketball team over a six-game international series at Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence from June 26 – July 5.

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE ROUND 11 RECAP

The Centre of Excellence women have split their double-header in Round 11 of the 2019 NBL1 season while the men were unable to get on the winners list against the Melbourne Tigers and Ringwood Hawks.