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THE Opals have jumped right back into the winner’s circle, beating Brazil 66-63 in a World Championship warm-up in Istanbul.
WOODVILLE's import forward Alex Starling created history today when he became the club's historic first-ever Woollacott Medallist as the fsairest and most brilliant player in the SA State League.
IT has been so long since South Australia Metro's girls won an Australian Under-16 Championship that few can even recall it.
THE personality clash between terminated men’s coach Al Green and Woodville’s rookie president Benn McDonald took a new twist yesterday with a meeting of club members anxious to see the issue resolved and the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame legend agreeing to assist at Forestville Eagles.
LADIES, Men, Athletes, Others: WNBL imports Kathleen Scheer (Sydney) and Natalie Novosel (Dandenong) both will be back in action this season but at a new destination, joining rookie coach Jeremi Moule at a vastly retooled Adelaide Lightning.
THE NBL’s 2013-14 grand finalists Perth and Adelaide are expected to make announcements today regarding key player retentions.
AL Green is disappointed “the Woodville family” is copping a black eye by the ongoing dispute between the Hall of Fame legend and the Warriors’ rookie club president Benn McDonald.
SOUTH Australia needs to re-establish a presence in the SEABL and the longest-running and most successful interstate league in the nation really needs to nut out why it wants to be run by Basketball Australia.
LOOK out teams with budding young stars of college age. Former Adelaide 36ers and Charlotte Bobcats coach Mike Dunlap has another university gig and his eyes firmly on Australia as a recruiting ground.
YOU know if you come here often or browse here occasionally that I don't generally suggest you go elsewhere.
THE Free Throw Foundation is delighted to announce today the inaugural release of funding is now available to the SA Basketball community through its “Assist Program”.
HERE'S a pair of rare midweek "Flashbacks" - one from 2012, the other from 1941.
ROB Beveridge is in China, after accepting the role of head coach of the Chinese Basketball Association’s Shanghai Sharks, the club owned by former NBA star Yao Ming.
SOL Johnson’s death this week won’t pass with the same degree of national attention or reaction as some of the higher profile players and people the game has lost of late.
THERE'S a lot of things I just don't understand and probably never will but when a sport like basketball, battling to reclaim a place in mainstream consciousness, fights itself, I can't help but despair.
THE danger in having our NBL referees miked is on those very rare occasions when they say something that they might later wish the world at large had not heard.
FRIENDS of the late, great basketball superstar Ken Richardson will hold a memorial service for him on Friday at Stoke Hills Wharf in Darwin.
KEN Richardson, the NBL's original Most Valuable Player in its inaugural 1979 season, passed away today peacefully in Darwin after a long illness.
LUC Longley's visit to Adelaide last weekend for Free Throw Foundation functions reinforced what a superb ambassador he is for our game and just how lucky we are in basketball.
NOT sure anyone is awake at NBL.TV but if so, Perform’s boys should be jumping all over themselves to film every game at the Blitz in Sydney next week and offer the games to potential subscribers for free.