Monthly Archives: December 2011

More successes with No School No Play program

The No School, No Play program continues to achieve great success within the sport of basketball, with four schools awarded the opportunity to take to the National Basketball League floor this week to play curtain-raiser games ahead of two NBL clashes, the first tipping off tonight in Sydney.

Hidden stars of the future on show in Frankston

NBA and future Olympic star Luol Deng and Australian NBA draftee Ater Majok both hail from Sudan, and the next stars to follow in their footsteps could be on show at the Frankston Basketball Stadium next week.

Final day of regular round matches at the ASC

A shortened schedule on Wednesday’s day of action saw all the finals placings sorted in the men’s championship division.

WNBL iTV - Watch Episode 9 here now!

Episode Nine of WNBL iTV is here, so tune in now to catch all of the latest news and information from around the league!

Day Two Aust. Schools Champs Wrap

Things get interesting in the Men’s Championship division after Day Two of the Australian Schools Championship in Bendigo, with only one team left without a loss.

Cambage joins sports stars at PM's Challenge

Australian Jayco Opals star centre Liz Cambage was in Canberra yesterday to join Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Sports Minister Mark Arbib, as part of the announcement of the Prime Minister’s Olympic and Paralympic Challenge.

Bogut departs for the NBA

Australian Boomers centre Andrew Bogut left for the United States this morning to resume work with his club the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA, after the Players Association and the League recently struck a tentative deal which will see play resume on Christmas day.

Day one of the Australian Schools Championship tips off

The first day of action at the Australian Schools Championship in Bendigo wrapped up with three teams remaining unbeaten after two rounds in the Men's Championship division.

Aussies impress on the European hardwood

This week’s update on the European scene sees fewer Aussies on the floor, but the ones who were certainly got the job done.