Jon Pierik National Basketball League players have expressed fears the competition is at the crossroads, declaring it is time to consider scrapping the player rankings system, lifting the salary cap and moving...
Jon Pierik The NBL is at a crossroads, and tough decisions must be made.
Paul Suttor The NBL tips off on Friday night with the New Zealand Breakers attempting to become the first team since the 2005 Sydney Kings to win three titles in a row.
The Adelaide 36ers led all the way to record a 108-96 NBL victory over the Blaze at the Gold Coast Convention Centre on Sunday.
Sam Lienert A giant game from South Dragons centre Matt Burston ensured his side continued their NBL winning streak with a 97-82 win over Adelaide in Melbourne.
Simon Trayhorn A Darnell Mee basket on the buzzer gave the Cairns Taipans a thrilling 71-70 win over the Adelaide 36ers at the Distinctive Homes Dome.
Wildcats coach Connor Henry said his side's poor shooting in the third term allowed the 36ers to get back in the game.
The New Zealand Breakers remain the only unbeaten team in the NBL after thrashing the Adelaide 36ers 118-80 in Auckland.
James Dampney The Olympic dream of former Chicago Bulls centre Luke Schenscher is over after he was among six players cut from the Australian men's basketball team.
Coach Brian Goorjian is tipping indigenous teenager Patrick Mills to be a "very, very important" part of the Boomers' Olympic basketball campaign.
By Melissa Woods The South Dragons snapped a 14-game losing streak and put Cairns' NBL finals ambitions in jeopardy with an upset 95-90 win in their clash at Vodafone Arena.
Wollongong celebrated captain Mat Campbell's 400th NBL game with a thrilling 91-89 win over South Dragons at WIN Entertainment Centre.
By Tracey Lewis Big boards from Paul Rogers and potent scoring from Alex Loughton gave the Perth Wildcats a 111-99 win over the struggling South Dragons at Challenge Stadium.
West Sydney rallied late in the final quarter to hand the South Dragons another defeat in the NBL.
By Guy Hand The Adelaide 36ers withstood a huge second-half comeback by South Dragons to keep their NBL finals push going with a five-point win in Melbourne.
By Guy Hand South Dragons player-coach Shane Heal produced a huge final quarter to lift his side past the stubborn Singapore Slingers in their NBL clash at Vodafone Arena.
The South Dragons posted their second successive win to climb away from the NBL cellar, holding off a late Wollongong charge for a seven-point victory.