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A travel-weary Canberra Capitals took the fight to the Townsville Fire, but could not get across the line for their first win of the season. The Capitals (0-18) defied their lowly position on the WNBL ladder to keep the pressure on the second-placed Fire. But a game-high 37 points from Australian . . . Read More
The Canberra Capitals are limping through the WNBL season with two black eyes and one arm tied behind their back, but the South East Queensland Stars decided to deliver another sucker punch to add to a miserable year. Not satisfied with taking on the under-manned Capitals after 17 losses in a row, . . . Read More
Canberra Capitals coach Carrie Graf says she won't contemplate her WNBL future until the end of the season as the club battles to end a 16-match losing streak. And the Capitals' disaster season took another twist this week, with Graf forced to call in training reinforcements from the ACT under-16 a. . . Read More
Dandenong Rangers' Australia Day Eve derby with Melbourne Boomers is now a must-win game after their home loss to Adelaide Lightning on Friday night. The Rangers came into the round facing two sides out of the finals race and potentially having the chance to score two wins and move ahead of the pac. . . Read More
Canberra Capitals youngster Stephanie Talbot is probably sick of the sight of the inside of a plane. But the 21-year-old says playing on the Olympic court at Rio has given her motivation to dig deep for the back end of the WNBL season as the Caps search for a breakthrough win. Talbot and fellow . . . Read More
Australia were the champions on the court, but off the court – and actually on it too – there was another band of heroes at the Rio 2016 basketball test event this weekend. A group of former players, including two-time Olympic medallist Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, joined the team of volunteers w. . . Read More
The Australian Opals showed their Rio Olympic preparation is on track by winning the Rio Olympic Test event at Carioca Arena on Monday [AEDT]. While the Opals' first two wins were against lowly Argentina and Venezuela, on Monday they faced Brazil who, with home support, are expected to compete for . . . Read More
AUSTRALIA’s Opals today brushed aside host Brazil 77-67 to win the Rio Olympics “test event”, Adelaide Lightning captain Leilani Mitchell leading the onslaught. Mitchell had 16 points, six assists and a steal to lead the Aussies in their only competitive match of a series essentially designed to . . . Read More



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