Nine of the knockout stage teams of the World Basketball Championships have secured their berths in the Round of 16 with reigning champions United States, Spain, Greece and Slovenia all retaining...
Jon Tuxworth Sarah McAppion’s stint with Canberra's SEABL side has her primed for increased WNBL minutes next season.
Tom Greer Just two seasons ago NBL teams were folding and many players were unsure if the league would remain alive.
Roy Ward New NBL chief executive believes league has potential to double in size in next five seasons.
In anticipation of a bumper draft crop, NBA franchises have rewritten their business models to win by losing, in the hope of earning the top spot in the league's draft lottery
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Peter Mitchell Joe Ingles was a largely unknown face among the Los Angeles Clippers' stable of stars, but the forward from Happy Valley in South Australia could not wipe the smile off his face.
Adrian Warren The top four teams in the WNBL have broken away from the chasing group.
Basketball Australia has turned to greats Andrew Gaze, Andrew Vlahov and Rachael Sporn to review the performances of the Boomers and Opals at the Beijing Games.
O'Neal, Anthony and Iverson will play under the stars when Phoenix and Denver meet in the National Basketball Association's first outdoor game since 1972.
Liam FitzGibbon The Opals have continued their stroll through the women's world basketball championship group stage, trouncing South Korea by 33 points in their second match.
Roy Ward Penny Taylor's 20 points paced the Opals in a 90-57 thrashing of Cuba at the FIBA women's world championships in Turkey.
Roy Ward Australian Opals begin group games at the FIBA women's world championships in Turkey.
Erik Matuszewski Jeremy Lin said he left tens of millions of dollars on the table by not accepting the endorsement opportunities he was offered during the height of the "Linsanity" era in New York two years ago.
Roy Ward Penny Taylor and Rachel Jarry have recovered from serious knee injuries in time to lead the Opals at the FIBA women's world championships.
Critics of NBA draftee Dante Exum should "pull their heads out" and give the Australian youngster time to develop, says fellow first-round pick Andrew Bogut.
The Opals head into the women's basketball world championship without leading lights Lauren Jackson and Liz Cambage, but coach Brendan Joyce is convinced he has a squad still capable of challenging...
Peter Rutherford The Qatar women's basketball team forfeited a match at the Asian Games on Wednesday after being refused permission to wear the hijab, saying they were taking a stand against what they say is a...
Jon Tuxworth They have just returned from a coast trip littered with selfies, scavenger hunts and tomfoolery, but Canberra Capitals skipper Jess Bibby says the players "don't want to settle for mediocrity any...
Chris Dutton Basketball ACT has smashed the Belconnen Ramblers' dreams of winning the division one grand final.