The draw for the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers has been held in Guangzhou, China with the Helloworld Australian Boomers selected into Group B.
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.
Australia has dismantled Lithuania in the Rio 2016 Quarter-Final, leading from start to finish in a 90-64 victory.
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 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.
For the first time in their Olympic history, the Australian men have won their first two games of the group stage, overcoming Serbia in a stunning 33-17 fourth quarter to record a 95-80 victory.
The Australian men are off to the perfect start at Rio, defeating world ranked no. 5 France 87-66 in the opening game of the group stage.
The return of Andrew Bogut to the line-up has sparked Australia to an 82-53 victory over China in their final warm-up game before Rio.
Australia has suffered a loss to Lithuania as their warm-up tour of South America continues, falling 68-81.
Australia have been unable to repeat their heroics from the first game of their South American warm-up tour, falling to Brazil in Sao Paulo, 96-67.