A long-serving patron of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL), Lucille Bailie (nee Hamilton) can now add an Australian Basketball Hall of Fame induction to her list of achievements that includes Life Membership of the WNBL, three WNBL Championships and more than 50 games as a national player.
Per Basketball Australia’s obligations under state sports betting legislation, two statistics review officers have been employed to ensure all match-day stats are reviewed to help manage the integrity of betting markets on the NBL and WNBL.
A host of impressive SEABL players will represent Australia at the 3x3 Asia Cup from October 27-29 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Involved in Australian basketball for over 50 years, Ken Madsen has been an integral part of the way the sport is officiated and administered through his contribution to Basketball Queensland, Basketball Australia and FIBA.
The Australian Boomers’ road to the FIBA World Cup will begin in Adelaide with the city set to host the first home game of the 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers against Japan on Monday, 27 November from 7.00pm local time at Titanium Security Arena, Adelaide.
Basketball Australia is pleased to announce the Australian Gliders team to compete at the 2017 IWBF Qualifiers tournament in Beijing, China from October 21-29.
The expectations are high for the Sydney Comets Boys at the Australian Under-14 Club Championships but coach Greg Shapiro says it is all about the team enjoying the experience.
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 Andrew Gaze, Robyn Maher, Sandy Blythe and Sue Hobbs medals.
With a week until the start of the tournament, team lists have been announced for the 2017 Australian Under-14 Club Championships hosted by Dandenong Basketball in Melbourne.