Australian Boomers centre Luke Nevill has marked the return of the Taiwanese Basketball League in emphatic fashion, posting big numbers to inspire his Taiwan Mobile team, headlining another big week for Aussies abroad.
Australian Opal and Canberra Capitals star Lauren Jackson is in recovery following surgery overnight in Melbourne to repair a torn meniscus in her right knee and ongoing problem in her left Achilles tendon.
Australian Boomers star Joe Ingles had a breakout game as his Maccabi Tel-Aviv move within one game of top spot in the Israeli League, defeating Ironi Nes-Ziona 99-91 on Sunday.
The amazing numbers continue to be posted by our Jayco Australian Opals stars Lauren Jackson and Liz Cambage in the Women’s Chinese Basketball Association, with both set for post-season action.
Jayco Australian Opals centre Liz Cambage continues to post big numbers for Beijing in Women’s Chinese Basketball Association action, dropping a game-high 37 points in her team’s 91-73 victory over Bayi on Saturday.
The Jayco Australian Opals arrived in Canberra today for the first camp of 2014 minus one player, with Adelaide Lightning star Jess Foley forced to withdraw after suffering a facial injury during the Lightning’s road win over the Canberra Capitals in WNBL Round 14 on Saturday night.
The Basketball Australia National Centre of Excellence (CoE) women’s program will have a new look in 2014, with Jayco Australian Opals Head Coach Brendan Joyce implementing a hybrid scholarship structure.
Australian collegiate star Kate Gaze had a weekend to remember, leading her Saint Mary’s College to victory at the SMC Thanksgiving Classic, posting a near triple-double in the Saturday’s win over Alabama.
It was a memorable weekend for the Australian Boomers contingent in the NBA, with all four of our stars posting impressive performances as the2014 season begins to take shape.
Jayco Australian Opals and WNBL legend Sandy Brondello has been named the Head Coach of the Phoenix Mercury, her second stint in the top role in the WNBA.
South Australian basketball royalty Jan Stirling and Pat Mickan will be recognised for their outstanding contribution to the game as part of the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame at the Class of 2013 induction dinner to be held later this month.