Making it two wins in a row at the FIBA Under-19 World Cup, the Australian Gems have defeated Hungary 75-51 and will head into the Round of 16 in Group D's second place.
A three-point barrage from the Australian Opals has seen them advance to the Quarter-Finals of the FIBA Women's Asia Cup undefeated, beating Japan 83-74.
The Australian Opals have utilised a significant height and size advantage to defeat the Philippines in their second game of the FIBA Women's Asia Cup, winning 107-65.
Signalling the exciting start of a new era in FIBA tournaments and qualification processes, a 12-man team for the Australian Boomers has been selected for the FIBA Asia Cup next month.
Putting the previous night's disappointment behind them, the Australian Gems have proven they are a force to be reckoned with at the Under-19 World Cup, defeating Mexico 109-34.
The Australian Opals have had a strong start to their first foray in the FIBA Asia Women's Cup, defeating Korea 78-54 in the opening game of the group stage.
The Australian Gems have dropped their opening game of the FIBA Under-19 World Cup against an impressive defensive display from Japan.
Rising through the ranks of Australian basketball, Lauren Mansfield will realise a life-long dream when she pulls on the Opals jersey at the FIBA Asia Cup this weekend.
All is in readiness for the start of the FIBA Women's Under-19 World Cup with the Australian Under-19 Gems set to take on Japan in their first game on Saturday night Australian time.
The Australian Opals have arrived safely in Bangalore, India and are now preparing for the FIBA Women's Asia Cup with their first game scheduled for Sunday afternoon Australian time.
Kelsey Griffin will be one of three members of the Australian Opals to debut when they hit the court in India for the 2017 FIBA Women's Asia Cup.
Basketball Australia is excited to announce the latest group of incoming athletes across both the BA Centre of Excellence (CoE) and NBA Global Academy.
Basketball Australia has launched an online store for teachers to purchase official basketball equipment and resources for their Sporting Schools programs, linked with its successful Vicinity Centres Aussie Hoops introductory program.
The Australian Crocs and Sapphires have finished the Under-17 Oceania Championships unbeaten, defeating New Zealand in their respective Grand Finals to claim the gold medals.
With victories over Guam in the Under-17 Oceania Championship, the Australian Crocs and Sapphires have advanced to the Grand Final where they will face New Zealand for the gold medal tomorrow.