Find out all you need to know ahead of the Gems’ FIBA Under-19 World Cup campaign in Bangkok, Thailand, July 20-28.
Basketball Australia has today unveiled new corporate branding to create a refreshed visual identity for the national sporting body.
Featuring 17 NBA players, Canada Basketball today announced the squad from which the team will be selected for the 2019 FIBA World Cup as well as the Boomers vs. Canada Basketball games in Perth at RAC Arena on August 16 and 17.
Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence women’s program have welcomed three new scholarship holders with Emily Sewell (Victoria), Shaniece Swain (Queensland) and Lauren Wise (Tasmania) joining the 2019 class.
The Emerging Boomers claimed the Bronze medal at the World University Games in Italy after a dominant 86-69 victory over Israel, whom they lost to by 28 points earlier in the tournament.
The Emerging Opals have completed an outstanding World University Games campaign, finishing undefeated to claim back-to-back gold medals with an 80-72 victory over the USA in the final.
Some of the most respected development coaches and performance leaders in Australian and beyond will be guest presenters when Ballarat host the fourth annual Basketball Australia Coaches Conference October 2 and 3.
The Emerging Boomers will battle for the 2019 World University Games bronze medal after suffering an 80-82 heartbreaker to Ukraine in the Semi-Final.
In addition to the Australian Boomers and referees Scott Beker and James Boyer, Australia will be further represented at the 2019 FIBA World Cup by Lauretta Claus who will be a part of the panel that reviews games during the tournament.
The Emerging Opals will battle for their second straight gold medal at the 2019 World University Games while the Emerging Boomers have advanced to the Semi-Finals after both teams enjoyed a successful night in Naples, Italy.