GENEVA/ISTANBUL (FIBA World Championship) - FIBA's online basketball survey www.whybasketball.net will be sending two lucky basketball fans to Turkey to attend two FIBA World Championship games.
NBA stars David Andersen and Patrick Mills have been named by Basketball Australia in the 12-man Golden Star Australian Boomers team for the 2010 FIBA World Championships, which will be held in Turkey from 28 August to 12 September.
Basketball Australia Chief Executive Officer Larry Sengstock says he has renewed optimism that the National Basketball League can once again have a Brisbane-based team in the competition following a meeting in the Queensland capital last night.
Basketball Australia Chief Executive Officer and National Basketball League General Manager Chuck Harmison will travel to Brisbane tonight (Wednesday 11 August) to attend a meeting with a group of parties interested in bringing an NBL team back to Brisbane.
Basketball Australia's US correspondent Phil Moskowitz wraps another week of Aussie Boomers and Opals in action overseas.
Women’s Wheelchair Basketball came to Sydney University and the action was non-stop, with eight games lighting up the weekend as finals time beckons.
Australian basketball superstar Lauren Jackson is on track to become the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer according to recent reports in the US. The Opals forward and Seattle Storm leader currently sits in fourth place on the all-time list and pundits anticipate that she will take the top spot within a few seasons.
Women's wheelchair basketball returns to the hardwood this weekend for the fourth round of the Women's National Wheelchair Basketball League. The four teams will converge upon Sydney University for what should be a fierce weekend of action.
FIBA World Championship for Women will be held in Australia, Brazil or Turkey, FIBA has announced.
Fourteen greats of the sport of basketball - including Perth Wildcats' hero Ricky Grace and former Australian Opals star Trish Fallon - are to be enshrined in the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame (ABHF), Basketball Australia has announced.
Host organisers have just completed the installation of the official competition basketball court ahead of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) basketball competition that gets underway on 14th August. This event marks the debut of FIBA 33, the official 3 on 3 version of basketball.