The Australian Boomers will return to Melbourne for the next round of FIBA World Cup qualifiers at Margaret Court Arena in February 2018.
At the University of Canberra Senior Secondary School Lake Ginninderra's graduation ceremony this week, rising star Ezi Magbegor was recognised for her efforts at school and on the court to earn the University of Canberra Vice Chancellor’s Award.
The Apunipima Australian Indigenous Basketball All Stars have won their third consecutive Trans-Tasman title, after they defeated the New Zealand Maori Men’s National Team 2-1 in their best-of-three series held last week in Cairns.
Darren Perry and Dee Butler, two former NBL and WNBL point guards with more than 500 games experience between them, will take the helm as head coaches of the Australian Under-19 men and women for the 2018 Asia Cup campaign.
Preparations for the Commonwealth Games have begun for the Australian Opals with the announcement of a squad for the first camp to be held in early February, 2018.
The largest event on the Junior Championships calendar, the 2017 Australian School Championships will see 150 teams descend on Melbourne from December 4-8 with the opening ceremony held at 6pm on Sunday, December 3.
The new additions to Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence in 2018 have been announced with ten athletes joining the men's and women's programs.
The Australian Boomerangs and Pearls have completed a successful tournament at the 2017 INAS World Basketball Championships for players with an intellectual disability, with all three teams coming home with medals.
It was a clinical and professional performance from the Australian Boomers who have defeated Japan 82-58 to round out the first window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers.
Ahead of the Australian Boomers' FIBA World Cup qualifier in Adelaide on November 27, Angus Brandt has been replaced by Lucas Walker due to illness.
The Boomers have started off their FIBA World Cup qualifying campaign with a bang, cracking the century against hosts Chinese Taipei with a 104-66 victory in their first game of the first window.
Nathan Sobey is fit and firing ahead of his Australian Boomers debut in the first window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers which includes a game in Adelaide in front of his 36ers faithful where he has spent the past three seasons honing his game.