Canberra import Jazmon Gwathmey has finally touched down in the nation's capital intent on guiding the Capitals out of the WNBL finals wilderness. Gwathmey will waste no time in suiting up for her new side with a pre-season hit-out against the Sydney University Flames looming on Friday night – afte. . . Read More
IN a world full of imperfections, perfection is almost impossible to achieve. It’s a reality we’ve seen through general society, let alone the high pressure environment of professional sport. Speak to Australia’s greatest basketballer Andrew Gaze though and he believes he has discovered an anomaly. . . Read More
THE Sydney University Flames have pulled off a “miracle’’ last-minute coup by enticing Olympic point-guard and WNBA star Leilani Mitchell to the club for the upcoming WNBL season. Exactly a week after learning young gun Tahlia Tupaea will be out injured for almost two thirds of the season, a contra. . . Read More
It will be a proud moment when German side RUTRONIK Stars Keltern take their first footsteps in EuroCup Women next month and perhaps they can make people sit up and take notice. They are likely to be encouraged by the draw they were handed in the EuroCup Women 2017 Qualifiers, when they were pitche. . . Read More
It's turning out to be quite a year for Amel Bouderra after answering an SOS call from her country for Rio 2016 and is now ready to celebrate a decade with Flammes Carolo Basket by re-entering EuroCup Women. The French guard will once again pull the strings for the Charleville-Mezieres based club, . . . Read More
The U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team reclaimed its position on top of the podium for its third gold medal in the last four Paralympic Games by defeating Germany, 62-45, the London 2012 Paralympic Games gold medalists. The United States won is fourth overall gold medal in women’s wheelchair b. . . Read More
One by one, they wheeled off the court, fighting back tears in a losing battle. Canada’s women’s wheelchair basketball players had their dreams of a Paralympic medal dashed — again — with a 78-60 quarter-final loss to the Netherlands on Tuesday. And now Canada, once so thoroughly dominant in the . . . Read More
The U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team came out of the first half of the Paralympic Games Tournament with an unblemished record and the No. 1 seed following its defeat of Algeria, 65-15, in the Rio Olympic Arena this morning. Team USA will start in the quarterfinals on Tuesday against host co. . . Read More
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