Finals Day - U19 National Championships, Saxton Stadium, Nelson. Livestream available for all Court 1 games today!
The Basketball New Zealand under 15 National basketball championships are being played in Wellington this week, with one young player showing great dominance over more experienced and older competition.
Day 3 - U19 National Championships, Saxton Stadium, Nelson. Livestream available for all Court 1 games today!
Day 2 - U19 National Championships, Saxton Stadium, Nelson.
Day 1 of the U19 National Championships start today at Saxton Stadium, Nelson.
Last weekend 39 basketball teams, made up of almost 470 under 17 year olds from around New Zealand, converged on North Shore Events Centre to play for the National Under 17 Championships.
Day 1 of the U15 National Championships start today at the ASB Sports Centre in Kilbirnie, Wellington. Get down to watch some exciting basketball or keep an eye on the draws and results here.....
After 4 days, 39 teams and 133 games the U17 National Champs where over just like that. Harbour A boys and Waikato girls both made it two championships in a row in this age group which is harder than it sounds. Below is a wrap up of...
Day 4 of the U17 National Championships will see minor placings played in the morning rounds moving way for the Girls and Boys grand finals later in the day. Follow the online results and draw live
Day 3 of the U17 National Championships continue today, pool play from day 2 makes way for quarter and semi finals. Follow the online results and draw live
Day 2 of the U17 National Championships continue today, pool play concludes as we get further into the day.
Day 1 of the U17 National Championships tips off at North Shore Events Centre and AUT at 8am this morning. Follow the online results and draw live
After a terrific season, leading the Canterbury Rams to a regular season title, McKenzie Moore wins Most Valuable Player of National Basketball League and team mate Marcel Jones wins NZ MVP and forward of the year.
The Wellington Saints have claimed their ninth NBL title with a 94-82 win over the James Blond Supercity Rangers.