The United States meet France on Sunday as they begin the defence of the men’s basketball title at Tokyo 2020 here, a gold medal that, more than any other, has been dominated by them.
The wait for the Olympic debut of 3x3 basketball is almost over, with the first matches in the historic competition scheduled to be held here at Tokyo 2020 tomorrow.
Nigeria has named 12 players in its men's basketball squad for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games here.
Sara Blicavs has been drafted in to replace Liz Cambage following her withdrawal from Australia’s women’s basketball squad for the Olympic Games here in Tokyo.
Two women's basketball players have had a last-ditch bid to represent Nigeria at the Olympic Games here thrown out by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Basketball Australia has launched an investigation into Liz Cambage’s conduct during a warm-up match prior to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
United States Basketball players Nneka Ogwumike and Elizabeth Williams have reportedly filed appeals at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) said they were ineligible to represent Nigeria at Tokyo 2020.
Australian basketball player Liz Cambage has announced her withdrawal from the Olympics here over mental health concerns after revealing she was suffering from panic attacks, was not eating and was experiencing sleepless nights.
Holders the United States edged past France to retain their International Basketball Federation Under-19 World Cup crown in a thrilling encounter at the Olympic Sports Centre in Riga, Latvia.
Nigeria's basketball team stunned six-time defending Olympic champions the United States with a shock victory in a warm-up match for the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games.
The United States and France reached the final of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Under-19 World Cup after both countries won their semi-finals by six points.
Matt Scriven has been named the new chief executive of Basketball Australia, taking over the role previously held by Jerril Rechter for two years.
United States and Canada maintain unbeaten records as they reach FIBA Under-19 World Cup semi-finals
Defending champions the United States and their North American neighbours Canada both stayed unbeaten at the International Basketball Federation Under-19 World Cup, albeit in contrasting fashions.
Defending champions United States maintained their 100 per cent record in the International Basketball Federation Under-19 World Cup in Latvia as they reached the quarter-finals with a 132-60 victory over South Korea at the Olympic Sports Center in Riga.
Defending champions United States maintained their 100 per cent record in the International Basketball Federation Under-19 World Cup in Latvia tonight as they beat Australia 87-66 in their third and final Group D match.