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.
A process more than a year in the making, the Boomers have qualified for the 2019 FIBA World Cup and Jason Cadee is now determined to ensure Australia are the best team coming out of Asia.
The Australian Boomers have completed the fifth window of FIBA World Cup Qualifiers with a perfect home record after running out 51-point winners over Qatar, 110-59.
Following the Australian Boomers' victory over Iran on Friday night at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena, which saw them officially book a place at the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China, the Boomers now host Qatar on Monday at 7.30pm in their final qualifier at home.
After more than a year of qualifiers, the Australian Boomers have officially booked their place at the 2019 FIBA World Cup with a 29-point victory over Iran.
Boasting a long line of alumni, the Australian School Championships has seen many current day stars compete such as Ben Simmons, Lauren Jackson, Patty Mills and new Australian Boomer, Daniel Johnson.
One change has been made to the Australian Boomers team for the fifth window of FIBA World Cup qualifiers with Nate Jawai (Cairns Taipans) brought in to replace Angus Brandt (Perth Wildcats).
At just 24 years of age, Craig Moller has clocked up quite the resume.
Game Two of the Australian Boomers’ historic two-game series against USA Basketball at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne on Saturday 24 August 2019 has officially sold out, with limited tickets remaining for Game One on Thursday 22 August 2019 and selling fast.
Following their last outing in September, three players come into the Australian Boomers team for the fifth window of FIBA World Cup qualifiers in David Barlow, Cameron Gliddon and Craig Moller.
The accreditation process for the fifth window of the FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers, including the Australian Boomers home games on November 30 (vs. Iran) and December 3 (vs. Qatar) is now open.
Since making his NBA debut in 2014, Australian Boomers guard Joe Ingles has emerged into one of basketball’s most effective sharpshooters.
A couple of new faces have been included in the Australian Boomers squad to compete in the fifth window of FIBA World Cup qualifiers in Melbourne on November 30 and December 3.
The Australian Boomers have replicated their performance against Qatar from Thursday night, defeating Kazakhstan in Bendigo 94-41 for their second consecutive 50+ point victory as they inch closer towards qualifying for the FIBA World Cup.
The Australian Boomers have made one change to their team that defeated Qatar with Chris Goulding returning ahead of their FIBA World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan in Bendigo on Monday night.
The Australian Boomers have put on a clinic to defeat Qatar 95-43, beginning the second round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers in impressive fashion.
On the periphery of the Australian Boomers team for a long time, Daniel Johnson finally gets his chance to pull on the green and gold this month in the second round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers.