With the extinguishing of the Olympic flame, the Australian men's and women's national teams have officially ended their campaign with the last day of Rio 2016 signalling the end of a four-year cycle.
The Australian men's Rio 2016 campaign has come to the cruelest of finishes, losing by a point to Spain in the bronze medal game, 89-88.
Basketball Australia is pleased to announce that Bendigo will host the 2017 Helloworld Australian Under-20 and Ivor Burge Championship from February 12-18.
Australia has dismantled Lithuania in the Rio 2016 Quarter-Final, leading from start to finish in a 90-64 victory.
The Australian women have suffered a devastating loss to Serbia in the Quarter-Finals of the 2016 Rio Olympics, falling 71-73 in a physical and bruising encounter.
The Australian women have completed another come from behind victory, defeating Belarus 74-66 on the back of a 22-7 final term to head into the Quarter-Finals unbeaten.
Australia has defeated China in a potential danger game in the group stage, taking their record to 3-1 with a 93-68 victory to officially secure a top-four placing.
With under a week until the Rio Olympic Games, take a look at who our Australian men and women will face in the group stage.
Australia have fought a massive comeback against Japan, overcoming a 16-point margin in the final term to beat Japan 92-86 and secure the top seed in Group A.
Australia has sent a scare through the gold medal favourites, the USA, pushing them all the way in an 88-98 loss for their first defeat of the Rio Olympics.