Out of 20 competing countries, New Zealand has come fourth in the FIBA Under 18 3x3 World Cup over night, after losing to Slovenia in the bronze medal match.
The New Zealand Under 18 men’s 3x3 team has won racked up two more victories to advance through Pool B and into the Quarter Finals at the FIBA U18 World Cup in China.
The New Zealand Under 18 men’s 3x3 team has won one and lost one on their first day at the FIBA U18 3x3 World Cup.
The New Zealand team has been named today ahead of the FIBA Under 18 3x3 World Cup, which will be hosted in Chengdu, China, from 28 June to 2 July.
New Zealand have done well to finish third in their Pool at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup, despite being outmatched overnight.
The New Zealand men's team have finished their first day at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup with one win and one loss.
The New Zealand men’s 3x3 team have arrived in Nantes, France and have already tested themselves against the hosts in a scrimmage match.
The New Zealand men’s 3x3 (pronounced 3-on-3) basketball team has been named ahead of the FIBA World Championships, to be held in Nantes, France from 17 to 21 June. This announcement follows...
Daily wraps on the New Zealand men’s and women’s 3x3 basketball teams competing at the FIBA 3x3 World Championships, held 11 to 15 October in Guangzhou, China.
New Zealand has finished 4th in the men’s and 5th in the women’s tournaments at the FIBA World U18 3X3 Championships in Kazakhstan.