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Canberra basketballer Abby Bishop will return to the national side after reaching a childcare agreement with Basketball Australia. In 2014 Bishop took full-time custody of her sister's child Zala. Bishop was forced to quit the Opals last year after Basketball Australia ruled she would have to pay . . . Read More
Basketball Australia have announced the Opals team who will play in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games test event that commences on 15 January 2016. The team of 12 named for the test event being held at Carioca Arena at the Barra Olympic Park, includes a host of WNBL stars, including many that won bronze a. . . Read More
HAVING won two WNBA games last season for Phoenix Mercury with buzzer-beating three-pointers, it’s only fitting captain Leilani Mitchell won a game for Lightning off a drive. Adelaide’s WNBL inspiration had to know Dandenong would defend her for the triple but with scores locked 70-70, a drive was . . . Read More
Angolan champions Primeiro D'Agosto won this year's FIBA Africa Champions Cup for Women (ACCW) on Sunday in the nation's capital city of Luanda, but there is a lot of work to be done in the country’s women’s basketball. Jaime Covilha's team were not only the better team in the championship but . . . Read More
The Canberra Capitals' heartbreaking WNBL season hit the lowest point in the club's history, but 200-game star Abby Bishop says no one can doubt the players' efforts. The cruel basketball gods refused to look kindly on the struggling seven-time champions, hitting the Capitals on and off the court. . . Read More
Lizanne Murphy, one of the longest-serving players on Canada’s senior women’s basketball team, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament playing for her club team in France and could be sidelined for up to six months. The 31-year-old native of Beaconsfield was injured while playing for Angers in. . . Read More
The biggest gift Canberra Capitals forward Abby Bishop received ahead of her 200th WNBL game was the arrival of DeNesha Stallworth. The American centre will add much-needed size for the undermanned Capitals (0-10) as they search for their first win of the season against the Sydney-Uni Flames (7-3) . . . Read More
Canberra Capitals recruit DeNesha Stallworth isn't fazed at the criticism dished out by former coach Shane Heal and is focused on ending the team's winless start to the season.The 23-year-old American centre will debut for the Capitals in Saturday night's game against the Sydney-Uni Flames at the . . . Read More



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