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NOT exactly sure when it happened (because, like many, I took my eye off the ball) but somewhere in the last quarter-century, elite basketball in South Australia did a staggering back-flip.
THE Waikerie Community Sports Centre will host a basketball bonanza on the first weekend of March with the inaugural "Roundball Riverland Rumble".
KEN Richardson, easily the greatest American import to play in Australia through the 70s, the NBL's inaugural MVP and its second most successful coach, died three years ago today. He still is not in the BA Hall of Fame.
IVARS Blicavs probably is the least known of the famous sporting family, its Latvian origins originally leading it to basketball where several of his family members thrived.
SOUTHERN Tigers’ championship success last night in SA’s Premier League is not the club’s first title.
THERE is no argument here. Ken Cole without doubt was the most controversial figure in Australian basketball from the 60s to the late 80s.
OLIVIA Thompson (Forestville) has won SA's most coveted individual honour, the Halls Medal and Woodville import Nelson Kirksey its men's equivalent, the Woollacott Medal.
EVER just wanted to hit an indoor venue and play a game of pick-up basketball, but not having a club affiliation has stopped you in your tracks?
HEAD to Basketball On The Internet's Facebook page today for a little Christmas surprise and cheer. Have a great day!
THERE'S a delightful symmetry in the fact Brett Maher tomorrow will be trying to stop the Flames one last time, before his future is full of doing the same.
OLYMPIANS and long-time South Australian basketball superstars Joe Ingles and Brad Newley top the bill for the Free Throw Foundation's next Adelaide lunch on Friday, August 21.
KEVIN Brooks had high hopes for Central Districts when he took the job three years ago of raising the SA Premier League’s worst performer to a competitive entity.
WHAT a great week this has turned out to be for Australian basketball. And how badly did the NBL need that shot in the arm?
BASKETBALL has lost one of its great pioneers with the death last Friday of South Australia's first Woollacott Medallist, Keith Miller.
DUMP Basketball South Australia. That's the step anyone interested in suiting a WNBL club out of Adelaide should do, and in a hurry.
THE "BSA-me-an Rhapsody" ... to the tune of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody...
IT IS Melbourne Cup Day next Tuesday but Mount Gambier basketballer Anton Kurray will be celebrating the day the nation stands still with his 1,000th game of senior basketball.
IT'S the SEABL's big weekend coming up, with Mount Gambier and Nunawading battling out the men's final on Sunday after Hobart and Brisbane determine the women's champion.