• TAINE MURRAY RETURNS FROM HIS MVP PERFORMANCE AT NIKE ALL ASIA BASKETBALL CAMP

    TAINE MURRAY RETURNS FROM HIS MVP PERFORMANCE AT NIKE ALL ASIA BASKETBALL CAMP

    Taine Murray (North Harbour/Rosmini College), Ezrah Vaigafa (ex Wellington and Rongotai College representative but now based in Melbourne) and Finn Lally (Waikato/St John’s College) were recently named to the Aon New Zealand team to contest the FIBA U17 Oceania Championship in New Caledonia later in the year.
  • In memory of Steve McCullough

    In memory of Steve McCullough

    Our thoughts are with the family of Steve McCullough, who said goodbye to him at a funeral service today. Sadly he passed away after a battle against melanoma. 

  • WBC Div 1 Review Round 6

    WBC Div 1 Review Round 6

    The major news from Division 1 of the Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) is that Auckland Dream have lost their unbeaten record losing twice in round 6 action.  The Dream were defeated 73-64 by Harbour Breeze on Friday night and the following day came away from the trip to Dunedin empty handed losing 64-56 to AM I FIT Otago Goldrush.
  • WBC Div 2 Round 6 Preview

    WBC Div 2 Round 6 Preview

    A festival of women’s basketball takes place this weekend as four Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Division 2 teams converge on Queen Margaret College, Wellington.
  • WBC Div One Round 6 Preview

    WBC Div One Round 6 Preview

    Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Division One round 6 action begins with a blockbuster between Auckland Dream and Harbour Breeze tonight.

  • Leger-Walker leading the way for Wizards

    Leger-Walker leading the way for Wizards

    Basketball is a team game, but it’s hard to overlook the play of Krystal Leger-Walker in the Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC).
  • TALL BLACKS LONG LIST FOR WORLD CUP REVEALED

    TALL BLACKS LONG LIST FOR WORLD CUP REVEALED

    The MBO Tall Blacks have confirmed their ‘long list’ of players, from which the final 12 to be selected for the upcoming 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup will be drawn, with all players invited to attend a selection camp in Auckland in early August.
  • 3x3.EXE League completes two rounds with emerging leaders

    3x3.EXE League completes two rounds with emerging leaders

    The 3x3.Exe League completed Round Two over the weekend and with six left until the finals in Tokyo, team Swish.EXE is leading the North Island Conference and Lincoln University leading the South.
  • In memory of Cedric Cudby

    In memory of Cedric Cudby

    The basketball community has lost one of our greatest contributors in the passing of Cedric Cudby on Sunday.
  • TALL FERNS 3x3 TEAM NAMED FOR WORLD CUP

    TALL FERNS 3x3 TEAM NAMED FOR WORLD CUP

    Basketball New Zealand has named the team for the FIBA 3x3 Women’s World Cup, tipping off in Amsterdam on 18 June.
  • WBC Review Round 5

    WBC Review Round 5

    After three consecutive losses AM I FIT Otago Goldrush resurrected their Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Division 1 top four aspirations with a pair of road wins against Taranaki Thunder and Waikato Wizards.  In other Round 5 Division 1 action Auckland Dream beat Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats to record a sixth straight win and in Division 2 Rotorua Lady Geysers proved...

  • NZ WOMEN WIN SILVER IN 3x3 U18 WORLD CUP

    NZ WOMEN WIN SILVER IN 3x3 U18 WORLD CUP

    The New Zealand women’s U18 team has astounded the 3x3 world by winning the silver medal at the FIBA Under 18 3x3 World Cup in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia overnight.
  • FIVE DAYS LEFT TO BOOK OFFICIAL TALL BLACKS TOUR TO THE FIBA WORLD CUP - sale ends 12 June

    FIVE DAYS LEFT TO BOOK OFFICIAL TALL BLACKS TOUR TO THE FIBA WORLD CUP - sale ends 12 June

    Former Tall Black Andrew Parke is calling all Tall Blacks supporters to join the Fuzion Travel tour.
  • WBC Round 5 Preview

    WBC Round 5 Preview

    The two Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Division One South Island teams face difficult away assignments this coming weekend.
  • 3x3 Women through to U18 World Cup Quarter-Final after dominating Russia and Hungary

    3x3 Women through to U18 World Cup Quarter-Final after dominating Russia and Hungary

    The New Zealand U18 3x3 women’s team of Ashlee Strawbridge, Sharne Pupuke-Robati, Tayla Dalton and Charlisse Leger-Walker put on gutsy and clinical performances to outclass Russia and Hungary at the World Cup in Mongolia this evening. 
  • Ruske relishing time spent on the hardwood

    Ruske relishing time spent on the hardwood


    Nicole Ruske isn’t your typical Kiwi student, in fact, she’s far from it. 
  • Harbour claim double at Aon Under 19 National Championships

    Harbour claim double at Aon Under 19 National Championships

    North Harbour have won both the men’s and women’s titles at the Aon Under 19 National Championships in Dunedin tonight. 
  • KIWI U18 WOMEN SETTLE INTO FIBA WORLD CUP WITH WIN OVER POLAND

    KIWI U18 WOMEN SETTLE INTO FIBA WORLD CUP WITH WIN OVER POLAND

    The New Zealand U18 women’s team has shown some class at the FIBA U18 3x3 World Cup after defeating Poland in the pool round. The result comes only a couple of hours after being defeated by USA. They now await Russia and Hungary in their remaining pool games.
  • 3x3 U18 TEAMS TO BE NAMED

    3x3 U18 TEAMS TO BE NAMED

    Basketball New Zealand High Performance officials are busily preparing for the selection of our U18 boys and girls 3x3 Asia Cup teams.  The 2019 FIBA U18 Asia Cup will be held in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia from 23 to 25 August. 
  • TEAM AUCKLAND STRUGGLE AT 3x3 WORLD TOUR

    TEAM AUCKLAND STRUGGLE AT 3x3 WORLD TOUR

    Team Auckland of Thomas Allen, Aaron Bailey-Nowell, Zach Easthope and Karl Noyer will return to New Zealand after two losses at the Chengdu leg of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour.






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