The 2012 London Olympic flag bearer Lauren Jackson AO has been named as a finalist for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (WBHOF).
The most decorated Australian basketballer and one of the world’s greatest players, Lauren Jackson’s induction into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame was never in doubt.
One of the preeminent figures behind the scenes of Australian basketball for the past 50 years, Lorraine Landon has left an indelible mark on the sport at all levels.
A star domestically and on the international stage, Allison Tranquilli was a pioneer for the women’s game during a burgeoning time for the sport.
Exemplifying the Australian trademarks of passion, determination and performing your role within a team, Brad Dalton came from a multi-sport background to carve out a successful basketball career.
One of Australia’s longest serving and most decorated referees, Bill Mildenhall has dedicated over 40 years to officiating the game of basketball.
Having made Australia his home after moving from the USA as a 26-year old, Lanard Copeland’s legacy in this country has been secured with enshrinement in the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame.
The 2019 Basketball Australia Awards night will see eight people across the Contributor, Official and Player categories inducted into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame on May 10 in Melbourne.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 Australian Basketball Hall of Fame as Basketball Australia continues to honour the past and present of basketball in this country.
Reinstated as an annual event this year, the Basketball Australia Awards night will see five people across the Contributor, Player and Coach categories inducted into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame as well as the presentation of the Gaze Family, Maher Family, Sandy Blythe and Sue Hobbs medals.
One word that has defined Michele Timms throughout her life in basketball is tough. From her earliest days on the courts at Bulleen Stadium in Melbourne, Michele has always been working harder and demanding respect from peers and opponents alike.
One of the pioneers of Australian women’s basketball, Michele Timms will be enshrined as a Legend while seven athletes, coaches and contributors will be inducted when the 2016 Australian Basketball Hall of Fame is held on Friday, November 25 in Melbourne.
As the patriarch of basketball in this country, Ken Watson’s impact on basketball in Australia stretched over an incredible career of 60 years.
Seven athletes, coaches and contributors will be inducted and Michele Timms immortalised as a legend when the 2016 Australian Basketball Hall of Fame is held on Friday, November 25 in Melbourne.