In an exciting coup for Australian basketball fans, forty-eight of the world's best junior basketballers will descend on Melbourne to take part in the Under-19 Four Nations Tournament from June 26-28, 2009.
Reigning WNBL champions the Canberra Capitals will get a new home after the ACT Government committed $3 million in the 2009-10 budget towards building a basketball centre for excellence, writes Michael Inman in The Canberra Times.
Head Coach Marty Clarke speaks out from the Emus final selection camp.
Basketball Australia (BA) Chief Executive Officer Larry Sengstock has revealed he is confident that the outcome of the Expression of Interest (EOI) process for the new National Basketball League will be finalised by next week, following two days of productive…
The Seattle Storm today re-signed two-time WNBA MVP and Australian Opal Lauren Jackson for the 2009 season, Storm Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel Brian Agler announced. Per team policy, terms of Jackson's new contract were not disclosed.
Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the launch of the Online Officiating Tool, a new conflict resolution learning tool developed in partnership with Box Hill TAFE.
Boomers forward David Andersen starred for Regal FC Barcelona overnight, with the dual Olympian scoring a game-high 20 points to lead his Spanish club side to third place in the prestigious 2009 Euroleague Final Four.
Australia's dual Olympic basketballer David Andersen scored a team high 24 points for Spain's Regal Barcelona in the opening game of the 2009 Euroleague Basketball Final Four in Berlin overnight but it wasn't enough to stop Russia's CSKA Moscow advancing to the Championship game with an 82-78 victory.