Monthly Archives: July 2015

Devils Earn Silver Medal at U25 World Championship

Despite not winning the ultimate prize, the Australian Devils have concluded a very successful U25 World Championship, earning a silver medal after a 35-44 loss to Great Britain.

SEABL Men- The Round 12 Report

Roy Ward talks to Kyle Adnam of the Kilsyth Cobras, plus this week's big plays and the media wrap-up.

GOANNAS WIN OPENING GAME OF WORLD DEAF CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Australian Goannas have started the World Deaf Basketball Championships in perfect fashion, defeating Poland 57-51.

U16's Australian Junior Championships Recap- Day 2

Results and top performers from Day 2 of the Australian U16's Junior Championships being held in Ulverstone, Tasmania.

Emus Earn Seventh Place at U19 World Championship

A dominant display from the Airbnb Australian Emus has seen them defeat Spain 103-72 to finish in seventh place, with an overall record of 3-4 for the tournament.

Devils Overcome Canada to Secure Group Stage Second Place

With the opportunity to secure second place ahead of the Semi-Finals, the Australian Devils beat Canada on the back of a dominant second half performance, winning 73-57.

U16's Australian Junior Championships Recap- Day 1

Results and top performers from Day 1 of the Australian U16's Junior Championships being held in Ulverstone, Tasmania.

Emus Lose to Canada in Classification Match

The Airbnb Australian Emus have been relegated to a classification playoff match for seventh after falling to Canada on Saturday night at the FIBA U19 World Championship.

Emerging Boomers begin World Uni Games with a win

The Emerging Boomers got their 2015 World University Games campaign off to a great start with a convincing 46-point win over Chinese Taipei on Saturday.

Devils defeat China in a nail-biting finish

Devils take the home team to the wire and win 60 - 58.

Turkey end Emus finals hopes

The Airbnb Australian Emus were knocked out of the Quarter Finals of the FIBA U19 World Championship on Friday, falling to Turkey 71-80.

Frankston’s Kate Gaze on her famous name and pathway to WNBL and SEABL

Kate Gaze talks to BATV about finding her way to the Frankston Blues through college and WNBL stints as well as the hype surrounding the “Gaze” name.

Baynes signs with Detroit Pistons

As NBA Free Agency Fever rumbles along, Aron Baynes has become the first Boomer to benefit confirming to Basketball Australia that he will be leaving the San Antonio Spurs for the Detroit Pistons next season.

SEABL Round 12- Men's Preview

Hobart Chargers and N-W Tasmania go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview every match.

Emus advance to FIBA U19 Quarter Finals

The Airbnb Emus pulled off a major coup in the Round of 16 at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championships, defeating reigning European Under-18 silver medalists, Serbia.

Devils Fall to Great Britain at U25 World Championships

Unable to consolidate their victory against Japan, the Australian Devils were defeated 49-40 by Great Britain in their second game of the IWBF U25 World Championships.

SEABL Round 12- Women's Preview

Hobart Lady Chargers and Launceston Tornadoes go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview every match.

Emus wrap up group stage with win over Tunisia

The Airbnb Australian Emus snagged their first win of the FIBA U19 World Championship in the early hours of Wednesday morning, defeating Tunisia 93-64 to secure third place in Group C.