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.
The 2016 Wheelchair National Championships were held at the Trusts Arena, Waitakere, 1-2 October.
Young New Zealand basketball players continue to impress United States colleges as the rate of Kiwi scholarships continue to grow.
Nelson’s Gracie Roberts and Canterbury’s Mary Goulding have just signed full scholarships with NCAA Division 1 Colleges, after they were...
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.
New Zealand continue their unbeaten run despite storm interruptions at the World 3X3 Champs in Kazakhstan
Both the Wellington Saints and James Blond Supercity Rangers will meet in the Grand Final and also face each other for the first time in the playoffs.
The New Zealand Women's team ends pool play unbeaten at the FIBA U18 World 3X3 Championships in Kazakhstan.
The James Blond Supercity Rangers have defeated the regular season champion Canterbury Rams 104-85 and the Wellington Saints have held off the SIT Zerofees Sharks 79-75 in the second semi-final.
Only one sleep to go before the 2016 NBL SIT Final Four begins, the top of the table Canterbury Rams play the James Blond Supercity Rangers, followed by the Wellington Saints playing against the hosts SIT Zerofees Sharks.
Wellington Saints guard Dion Prewster is Round 12 player of the week after scoring 40 points in the win over the Indigo Hawks.
The Wellington Saints have cruised to their 13th win with a 120-72 victory over the Indigo Hawks.
The Wellington Saints end the Mike Pero Nelson Giants hopes of making the playoffs with a 96-83 win.
The SIT Zerofees Sharks have denied the James Blond Supercity Rangers from clinching the final spot in the playoffs with a 107-98 win.
The Canterbury Rams have claimed the regular season title with an emphatic 116-98 win over the James Blond Supercity Rangers.
The James Blond Supercity Rangers have struggled of late, but they can turn things around tonight when the face the top of the table Canterbury Rams, a win will seal the final playoff spot.
The SIT Zerofees Sharks will have a chance to defend their title on their home turf after defeating the Wellington Saints 78-75.
The Canterbury Rams have proved they are the team to beat, moving to the top with a 90-85 win over the Wellington Saints.
The Augusta Airs maybe out of playoff contention but they have held off the James Blond Supercity Rangers from clinching theirs with an 81-69 win.
The Canterbury Rams have eliminated the Augusta Airs from playoff contention with a 71-65 win.