Monthly Archives: December 2009

Stadium Scoring set to soar

Easy to learn, simple to use and smooth in operation, Stadium Scoring is revolutionising the way associations record their games.

Companion Card launched nationally

Basketball Australia General Manager of Community Basketball Michael Haynes speaks about the Companion Card Scheme on RPH Adelaide with Peter Greco.

Mills nears return to court

Australian Boomer Patrick Mills has returned to the United States and is in training with the Portland Trailblazers.

Boomer Andersen from Houston

Boomers forward David Andersen spoke to Andy Maher, Tim Watson and special co-host Andrew Gaze on the Morning Glory show on 1116AM SEN.

2009 Schools Championships Opening Ceremony today

The 2009 Australian Schools Championships was officially opened this morning in Newcastle with Basketball Australia Chief Executive Larry Sengstock in attendance.

You are invited to the 2009 Team Managers Workshop

Basketball Australia is preparing all national team managers for the London 2012 Olympics and invites all managers from teams across Australia to be part of this exciting opportunity to learn from the best in the business.

Sengstock one of Queensland's greatest

Larry Sengstock is one of the most successful athletes to come out of Queensland and on Friday night he will be recognised in front of his Queensland peers.

Companion Card Scheme launched in Melbourne

Basketball Australia is proud to announce its involvement as a national affiliate in the launch of the National Companion Card Scheme at the Players Lounge at Rod Laver Arena Melbourne today.

Community Round in northern swing

The National Basketball League (NBL) and Women's National Basketball League's (WNBL) Community Round continues tonight in Queensland.

Vale John Brodie

Basketball Australia would like to extend its sympathies to the family of John Brodie, whose funeral was held at Lilydale Memorial Park Chapel on Wednesday.

Community Round: Worthington a Laker

Before he was an Olympian and way before he'd won an NBL Championship, Mark Worthington was a Laker.

16yo old Tippett joins AIS program

Promising young Queensland basketballer Gretel Tippett is the latest player to be named in the 2010 Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Women's Basketball program.

Back in the Day: December 2007

This week the BA tardis has landed us in a more recent period, writes Nicholas Way for Basketball Australia.

Bogut back and starring for Bucks + VIDEO

Australia's Andrew Bogut returned from injury in fine form today and scored 22 points on 10-of-19 shooting in a 99-97 Milwaukee Bucks victory over the Chicago Bulls.