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AkilMitchell.Breakers signing_News Featured News / August 30th, 2016

Breakers complete roster with last import signing

The New Zealand Breakers today announced the final piece of their 2016/17 roster jigsaw with the signing of American/Panamanian Akil Mitchell. The 206cm (6’9”) tall 24 year old is a native of Charlotte North Carolina and comes to the Breakers following

160828-am8i2004 (1) Cairns Taipans / August 29th, 2016

Taipans dominate University side

Cairns Taipans’ off-season signings displayed positive signs in their first pre-season game yesterday afternoon at the Fish Tank. After a slow start, the more experienced and physical Taipans eased past Eastern Washington University Eagles 97 — 60. Pre-season games should

MS5_2344 (1) Featured News / August 29th, 2016

More than meets the eye

There’s a lot more to Melbourne United’s Kyle Adnam than meets the eye. Yes, he’s short. Yes, he’s got surfer-blonde hair. And yes, he looks like your 15-year-old cousin. But Adnam can play too. In fact, the kid has serious

Unknown Cairns Taipans / August 26th, 2016

Taipans add body with Egwu

The Cairns Taipans have signed centre Nnanna Egwu (EGG-woo) to their third and final import spot. The 23-year old American recently played for the Erie BayHawks in the NBA D-League, averaging 9.2 points and 7.2 rebounds in the 2015/16 season. Head

NBL-40-29_Bo_Liu_Sydney_Signing_STORY Featured News / August 26th, 2016

Kings take advantage of new NBL rule

The Sydney Kings have signed 6’9 (207cm) forward Bo Liu, from Chinese team, Shenzhen Leopards, making him the first NBL player signing under the new non-restricted Asian player ruling. He will join the Kings for the 2016-17 season on contract as a

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 21:  The Australian team huddle before the Men's Basketball Bronze medal game between Australia and Spain on Day 16 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Carioca Arena 1 on August 21, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Featured News / August 23rd, 2016

Boomers reflection

The Australian Boomers concluded their 2016 Olympic campaign early Monday morning (Australian time) with a nail-biting 89-88 loss to Spain in the bronze medal game. For players, coaches and supporters alike, it was a heartbreaking way to finish what had

ABC story Featured News / August 23rd, 2016

NBL launches Australian Basketball Challenge

Tickets now available from Ticketek. $20 Adults $10 Kids $40 Families (2 Adults & 2 Kids) Click here to purchase For the Australian Basketball Challenge schedule click here.   The NBL’s annual pre-season tournament has been re-launched as the Australian Basketball Challenge

NBL-58-2ROTNEI CLARKE - News Featured News / August 22nd, 2016

Rotnei: Older, wiser, better

Returning Illawarra Hawks import Rotnei Clarke has sent a message to NBL rivals by declaring himself a better player than he was when he captured league MVP honours three years ago. Preparing for his second tour of duty with the

021A8753 (1) Featured News / August 18th, 2016

Hawks kick off pre-season with a win

The Illawarra Hawks have opened their pre-season with a 91-84 win over the Adelaide 36ers in Darwin. Hawks are without American imports Rotnei Clarke, Michael Holyfield and Marvelle Harris along with last year’s starting guard Kevin White started with Rhys Martin,

New Zealand Breakers Dillon Boucher, left, and Paul Henare announced as General Manager and Head Coach respectively for the 2016-17 season at a media conference, Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday, January 19, 2016. Copyright photo: David Rowland / Featured News / August 17th, 2016

Kiwi pride

New Zealand Breakers head coach Paul Henare is a busy man. Head coach of both the New Zealand National Team, the Tall Blacks, along with the Breakers, Henare is perhaps the most important figure in NZ basketball right now. That’s