Roy Ward Australian veteran David Andersen has a master plan for the coming year and it involves a FIBA world cup medal and a return to the NBA.
Roy Ward Australian basketballer David Andersen believes a self-imposed playing hiatus has added years to his career.
Joe Barton The Boomers have rejected suggestions their shock loss to Angola at the basketball World Cup was a tank job to avoid a quarter-final showdown with Team USA.
The Boomers' World Cup nightmare has worsened after basketball's governing body FIBA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Australia over allegations they deliberately lost a group match...
Roy Ward Australia's defence couldn't slow a rampant Lithuania as the Boomers fell to their first loss of their European tour.
Roy Ward Australia will play USA in the gold medal game at the FIBA under-17 world championships after coming back from 20 points down in its semi final.
Roy Ward Australia has won its second-last lead-up game before the FIBA world cup beating Finland.
Roy Ward The Boomers head to the FIBA world cup in Spain wanting Australia's first senior men's medal.
Roy Ward NBA rookie Dante Exum has escaped injury after crashing to the floor in the Boomers opening game of their European tour on Friday night.
Roy Ward European based forward Ryan Broekhoff hopes to show Australia what he can do at the FIBA world cup.
Australia will boast four NBA players - but just one from its domestic league - at this year's basketball World Cup in Spain.
Lee Gaskin Australian Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis signalled his intent to chase the country's first medal in men's basketball.
Roy Ward Australian Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis names his 12-man roster for the FIBA world cup in Spain starting next month.
Lee Gaskin Australian young gun Ben Simmons has missed out on the Boomers squad for the FIBA World Cup.
New NBA recruit Dante Exum headlines Australia's 17-man squad ahead of this year's basketball World Cup in the absence of two of the country's biggest names.
Jon Tuxworth NBA draftee Dante Exum has been given the nod to play for Australia at the World Cup in Spain.
Roy Ward Patty Mills and Aron Baynes see a bright future for the Boomers at the World Cup despite Mills' absence.
Roy Ward Let's get it right – Australian basketball is not going through a golden age. It’s simply enjoying the spoils of its own evolution.
Jon Tuxworth Olympic gold medallists, Socceroos captains and tennis grand slam winners have walked its halls, but few could match the hype surrounding Lake Ginninderra College’s next superstar graduate,...
Lee Gaskin Basketball Australia chief executive Kristina Keneally has engaged in a heated debate on social media amid claims not enough is being done to promote the sport.