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Basketball Australia Statement On FIBA Announcement

Basketball Australia welcomes the overnight release of the FIBA investigation into the Australian Boomers match against Angola at the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, clearing the team of any rule violations.

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Cronau Wins Top Honour at State Awards

National wheelchair basketball representative Shelley Cronau has been named 2014 Sporting Wheelie of the Year at the state disability sports awards hosted by Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association in Brisbane tonight.

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Statement on WNBL/ABC Partnership

Basketball Australia today confirmed that as a result of the Federal Government cuts to ABC funding, the 2014/15 Wattle Valley WNBL season would be the last shown on ABC TV live around Australia.

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Ettridge Earns NSWIS Coach of the Year Honours

Australian Rollers Head Coach Ben Ettridge has been named the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) Coach of the Year, capping off one of the most successful periods in the history of the Senior Men’s Wheelchair Program.

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Tom Kyle Headlines “Get Involved” Wheelchair Clinic

Australian Gliders Head Coach, Tom Kyle, will headline the upcoming “Get Involved” Wheelchair Basketball Clinic in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Australia Foundation and the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC).

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Golden Rollers Return To Tournament Action

After their IWBF World Wheelchair Basketball Championship gold medal triumph in July, the Australian Rollers return to action this week at the Kitakyushu Champions Cup in Japan.

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Airbnb Australian Emus Team Named

Basketball Australia is delighted to announce the Airbnb Australian Emus team to compete at the 2014 FIBA Oceania Under 19 Championships.

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ATHLETES NAMED FOR JAN 2015 AUST DEVELOPMENT CAMP

54 of the nation’s most talented young players will come together at the Basketball Australia National Centre of Excellence in Canberra in January for the 2015 BA Australian Development Camp.

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Feature: Bronzed Opals ready to roll as 2014/15 WNBL season tips off tonight

Nine Wattle Valley WNBL stars have taken the World Championship by storm, helping the Jayco Opals to a bronze medal, and coach Brendan Joyce thinks they’ll be “on a real high” when the new season tips off.

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FIBA: Results of anti-doping program confirm basketball's status as a clean game

FIBA carried out an extensive anti-doping program in the lead-up and during its main events in 2014, with the results confirming that all players who participated are clean and reinforcing the fact that basketball is a low-risk doping sport.

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2014 WNWBL FINALS TO BE LIVE STREAMED

In a coup for wheelchair basketball fans, the 2014 Women's National Wheelchair Basketball League Finals Series will be streamed LIVE through BA.TV on YouTube for the first time in the league’s history.

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ABC TO CONTINUE UNRIVALLED COVERAGE OF WNBL IN 2014/15

The Wattle Valley Women’s National Basketball League and the ABC will continue one of the longest free-to-air broadcast partnerships in Australian sport, with the ABC set to continue its unrivalled coverage of women’s basketball into the 2014/15 WNBL season.

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FUTURE STAR TO LEARN FROM FORMER GREAT

Rising star of wheelchair basketball Tom O’Neill-Thorne last night received one of Australian sport's highest honours as he was formally accepted into The Sport Australia Hall of Fame 2015 Scholarship and Mentoring Program.

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SPRING SHIELD TO TIP OFF 2014/15 WNBL SEASON

Australian women’s basketball elite will be on show this weekend, with the 2014 Wattle Valley Women’s National Basketball League Spring Shield pre-season tournament tipping off at Bendigo Stadium on Friday night.

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Jayco Opals captain Penny Taylor named in All-Star Five

Jayco Australian Opals captain Penny Taylor has capped off a brilliant return to international basketball – named in the All-Star Five for the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women.

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Dominant Jayco Opals claim World C'ship Bronze Medal

The Jayco Australian Opals have won the Bronze Medal at the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women, dominating the host nation Turkey 74-44 in Istanbul, Turkey this morning.

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Game Day Preview: Opals to ruin Cinderella’s happy ending

Watch the Jayco Opals face Turkey in the Bronze Medal Game LIVE on ABC2 at 2.50am AEDT Monday 6 October.

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Gutsy Jayco Opals into Bronze Medal clash against Turkey

The Jayco Australian Opals will face host nation Turkey in the Bronze Medal Game of the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women after going down to the USA in their Semi Final 82-70 this morning.

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