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  • Fotu and Tai Webster...

    Fotu and Tai Webster...

    Tai Webster and Isaac Fotu will share a flight back to New Zealand on Sunday to assemble with the Tall Blacks for the World Cup qualifying fixture against South Korea, in Wellington on Thursday.
  • Kennedy Kereama resigns...

    Kennedy Kereama resigns...

    Long time New Zealand Tall Ferns Head Coach Kennedy Kereama has announced his resignation from the position.

  • FOTU AND CLINTON THE...

    FOTU AND CLINTON THE...

    Dan Fotu and Quinn Clinton officially signed the paperwork with American College St Mary’s last night, the latest in an increasing number of young New Zealanders to earn scholarships at some of the leading American College basketball programmes.
  • Registrations open for...

    Registrations open for...

    The 3X3 Quest Tour will tip off in one month from today, on 9 December.
  • WEBSTER CAN’T WAIT TO...

    WEBSTER CAN’T WAIT TO...

    Corey Webster has always loved pulling on the black singlet and representing his country, the fact he will get to do that alongside his brother Tai in meaningful games played at home over the next few years just adds to the appeal for the shooting guard currently plying his trade in Israel.
  • Pearlman to coach Giants

    Pearlman to coach Giants

    CQ University Cairns Taipans Assistant Coach Jamie Pearlman has officially accepted an offer from the Mike Pero Nelson Giants, and will spend the next NBL off-rseason with New Zealand’s National Basketball League.

  • THE MEANING OF TU KAHA &...

    THE MEANING OF TU KAHA &...

    New Zealand’s national basketball fans are about to awake from a two year hibernation, as the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers relaunch the Tall Blacks on a truly massive global stage. 
  • Junior Tall Black Angus...

    Junior Tall Black Angus...

    Cantabrian Angus McWilliam is the latest young Kiwi to accept an NCAA Division 1 basketball scholarship, having signed his papers this morning to play for Texas Christian University (TCU) in 2018.
  • “A great problem to have”...

    “A great problem to have”...

    Basketball New Zealand (BBNZ) has released their annual community basketball calendar today, covering the national championships and regional tournaments spread throughout the country. 
  • THE RETURN OF THE CHIEF –...

    THE RETURN OF THE CHIEF –...

    The good off-season news out of Southland Sharks HQ continued today with confirmation that Tall Blacks and New Zealand Breakers big man Alex Pledger will return for his third season in orange in 2018.
  • HENARE NAMES EXTENDED...

    HENARE NAMES EXTENDED...

    Tall Blacks Head Coach Paul Henare has named an extended roster of 23 players today, ahead of the upcoming FIBA World Cup Qualifier against South Korea in Wellington, from which 12 players will suit up against the Koreans at TSB Bank Arena on 23 November
  • New Zealand 3x3 Men win...

    New Zealand 3x3 Men win...

    The New Zealand men’s team have been narrowly beaten by the hosts in the Grand Final of the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia this morning.
  • NZ Men defeat Australia...

    NZ Men defeat Australia...

    The New Zealand men’s 3x3 team have knocked out two powerhouse 3x3 teams, Qatar and Australia, to stride into the quarter-finals of the 3x3 Asia Cup in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

  • NZ U17 Women have to...

    NZ U17 Women have to...

    In a spirited display the Aon New Zealand U17 team went down 60-43 to China in the bronze medal game at the FIBA Asian Championship in Bangalore overnight.
  • New Zealand Women into...

    New Zealand Women into...

    The New Zealand women’s 3x3 basketball team has swooped into the quarter finals of the 3x3 Asia Cup in Mongolia after defeating India 16 to 15, and Kyrgyzstan 21 to 9.
  • NZ U17 Women beaten by...

    NZ U17 Women beaten by...

    Despite 22 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists from Captain Charlisse Leger-Walker, the Aon New Zealand U17 team went down 97-65 to Japan in the semi-final of the FIBA Asian Championship in Bangalore overnight.
  • New Zealand teams set for...

    New Zealand teams set for...

    The New Zealand men’s and women’s 3x3 teams are all set to tip-off the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup, starting with the women taking on India tonight at 10:50pm NZT.
  • History-making NZ U17...

    History-making NZ U17...

    The Aon New Zealand Women’s U17 team has made history in Bangalore by becoming the first junior-women’s national side to qualify for a basketball World Cup.
  • RAUKAWA COMPLETES QUARTET...

    RAUKAWA COMPLETES QUARTET...

    The Southland Sharks have today added another key piece to its playing roster for 2018, with Derone Raukawa confirming he will return to the side for a third season in 2018.
  • NZ Under 17 Women hold...

    NZ Under 17 Women hold...

    It was a struggle but the Aon New Zealand Women’s U17 team won their final pool game at the 2017 FIBA U16 Women’s Asian Championship in Bangalore on Tuesday beating Chinese Taipei 71-66.
  • New Zealand U17 Women...

    New Zealand U17 Women...

    The Aon New Zealand Women’s U17 team proved too strong for Korea in its second game of the 2017 FIBA U16* Women’s Asian Championship in Bangalore today winning 74-44. 
  • NZ 3x3 TEAMS DEPART FOR...

    NZ 3x3 TEAMS DEPART FOR...

    The New Zealand men’s and women’s 3x3 teams will depart for Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia tonight  to compete in the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup.
  • NZ Under 17 Women beaten...

    NZ Under 17 Women beaten...

    The Aon New Zealand Women’s U17 team was defeated by Australia in the opening game of the 2017 FIBA U16 Women’s Asian Championship in Bangalore today, going down 61-43.
  • Basketball New Zealand...

    Basketball New Zealand...

    Basketball New Zealand has announced the appointment of a General Manager for High Performance today, as the sport continues its ascension on the world stage.
  • Basketballs Rising Talent...

    Basketballs Rising Talent...

    The 2017 U13 Regional Championships concluded on Saturday 14th October, one hundred teams competed across three tournaments. Below is a wrap up of the final placing from each tournament. 

  • NZ U17 Women target World...

    NZ U17 Women target World...

    The New Zealand Under 17 Women’s team is en route to India ahead of the 2017 FIBA U16* Women’s Asian Championship. The Championship will begin on Sunday 22 October in Bangalore and double as the Under 17 Women’s Basketball World Cup qualifiers. The top four teams will qualify for that World Cup, which is to be played in Minsk, Belarus next year.
  • Te Rangi and Aston...

    Te Rangi and Aston...

    The Zerofees Sharks have confirmed the signings of Reuben Te Rangi and Luke Aston who were both key contributors to last years side that made the Grand Finals.

  • ROSMINI AND SAINT MARY’S...

    ROSMINI AND SAINT MARY’S...

    The 2017 Schick Championships National ‘AA’ Basketball Tournament finals were played at Palmerston North today, as the top secondary school basketball teams competed for the most prestigious basketball titles in New Zealand.
  • MEDIA RELEASE: SCHICK...

    MEDIA RELEASE: SCHICK...

    The Schick Championships Secondary Schools National ‘AA’ basketball tournament semi-finals were played at Palmerston North today. 
  • US college basketball...

    US college basketball...

    Some of New Zealand’s best young basketball talent is on display at the Schick Championships, currently being played at the Central Emery Trusts Arena in Palmerston North. And for some young student athletes, there’s more on the line than national championship titles. A number of players are being closely watched by at least six NCAA Division 1 college scouts from the United States.
  • SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS ‘A’...

    SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS ‘A’...

    The Schick Championships Secondary Schools National ‘A’ Basketball Tournament came to a climax tonight in Palmerston North with both the Boys’ and Girls’ Grand Finals producing exciting finishes. At the final buzzers, Opunake High School beat Manukura to win the girls’ title, while Stratford High School beat Hillmorton High School for the boys’ title.
  • Quarter Final match is...

    Quarter Final match is...

    New Zealand’s secondary school basketball nationals, the Schick Championships, is heating up with a day of Grand Finals for the ‘A’ competition and Quarter Finals for the ‘AA’ competition. 
  • New Zealand rep’ players...

    New Zealand rep’ players...

    Day one of the Schick Championships, New Zealand’s secondary schools national basketball championships, tipped-off today at Central Energy Trust Arena in Palmerston North.
  • Pero Cameron accepts FIBA...

    Pero Cameron accepts FIBA...

    New Zealand basketball legend Pero Cameron (MNZM) became a world legend today when he was inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame at a ceremony at FIBA Head Quarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Pero to be inducted into...

    Pero to be inducted into...

    This weekend (in the early hours of Sunday morning NZ time), Pero Cameron will be inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame alongside the Dream Team
  • Wellington named as host...

    Wellington named as host...

    Basketball New Zealand has announced that Wellington will host the Tall Blacks verses Korea test at the TSB Arena. This will be the very first qualifying game in FIBA’s new World Cup system, starting 23 November.
  • Canterbury teams reign...

    Canterbury teams reign...

    Lincoln University has won the Women’s 2017 National Tertiary Basketball Championships, while the University of Canterbury has taken out the men’s competition.
  • Aon New Zealand Under 17...

    Aon New Zealand Under 17...

    Basketball New Zealand has named the Aon New Zealand Under 17 girls team today, ahead of the FIBA Under 16 Girls’ Asia Cup, which will be played in Bangalore 22-28 October.
  • National Tertiary...

    National Tertiary...

    Day 3 of the 2017 National Tertiary Championships will tip off in Christchurch, at Cowles Stadium this morning. Both mens and womens competitions finalise minor placings in the morning rounds before turning our attention to the grand finals in the afternoon!

  • Schick Championships draw...
  • National Tertiary...

    National Tertiary...

    Day 2 of the 2017 National Tertiary Championships will tip off in Christchurch, at Cowles Stadium this morning. Both mens and womens competitions finish pool play by midday before turning to the first rounds of semi finals in the afternoon.

  • National Tertiary...

    National Tertiary...

    Day 1 of the 2017 National Tertiary Championships will tip off in Christchurch, at Cowles Stadium this morning. The competition will run over 3 days from September 25-27. All 8 Universities are represented in 2017, with 8 mens and 7 womens teams taking the court. 

  • SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS -...

    SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS -...

    The best secondary school basketball teams in New Zealand will be facing off at the Schick Championships for the national ‘A’ and ‘AA’ titles. If you’re attending the event or hoping to catch a few livestreamed games, here’s what you need to know.
  • MĀORI TELEVISION...

    MĀORI TELEVISION...

    Māori Television will again be giving viewers a chance to follow all the tournament highs and lows with the digital livestream coverage of the 2017 Schick Championships Secondary Schools Nationals, due to hit screens on 2 to 7 October. 
  • SCHOOLS QUALIFY FOR...

    SCHOOLS QUALIFY FOR...

    Following the Schick Premierships last week, the qualifying teams have been found for the Schick National Championships, to be held in Palmerston North from 2 to 7 October. 
  • 2017 Junior Secondary...

    2017 Junior Secondary...

    The 2017 Junior Secondary Schools Premiership Tournaments concluded on Tuesday after four days of intense competition. With a total of 128 teams competing across 3 tournaments, over a thousand year nine and ten students battled it out.

  • Tall Ferns thrive for...

    Tall Ferns thrive for...

    Following the Tall Ferns Asia Cup campaign in India that ended in late July, Head Coach Kennedy Kereama and the Australian based members of the team immediately returned to club action. 
  • Record number of...

    Record number of...

    A record number of secondary-school teams have entered Basketball New Zealand’s secondary schools tournaments this year, as these annual competitions held throughout the country tip-off from this Saturday. 
  • NZ NBL agree to the...

    NZ NBL agree to the...

    The New Zealand National Basketball League (NZ NBL) announced today that the Manawatu Jets will return to play in the 2018 season.
  • Taylor Hawks names Head...

    Taylor Hawks names Head...

    The Hawke’s Bays New Zealand National Basketball League (NZ NBL) team, the Taylor Hawkes, announced today that Zico Coronel will be their Head Coach for the 2018 season.
  • Lincoln University...

    Lincoln University...

    Lincoln University (LU) established their Sports Scholarship Programme in 1999, it was the first of its kind in New Zealand. They included basketball as a full scholarship sport in 2013. 
  • Tall Blacks finish fourth...

    Tall Blacks finish fourth...

    The Tall Blacks have finished fourth at the FIBA Asia Cup, losing the bronze medal to Korea, 80-71.
     
  • Poor start costly for...

    Poor start costly for...

    A poor start cost the Tall Blacks any chance of progressing to the final at the FIBA Asia Cup in Beirut, as they were beaten 106-79 by Australia in the semifinal tonight.
     
  • All Oceania semi beckons...

    All Oceania semi beckons...

    The Tall Blacks are welcoming without question the biggest challenge of the FIBA Asia Cup and their tour so far, a clash with Australia in tomorrow’s (3:30am Sunday morning NZT) semifinal.
     
  • PERO CAMERON TO BE...

    PERO CAMERON TO BE...

    Sean Pero MacPherson Cameron (MNZM), New Zealand basketball legend, nine-time New Zealand Championship winner (player), two-time New Zealand Championship winner (coach), two Olympic games, three World Championships, 2002 World Championship All Star Five, 2006 Commonwealth Games silver medalist and a multitude of games in the Black singlet over an illustrious 17-year career.
  • Tall Blacks march into...

    Tall Blacks march into...

    New Zealand are into the medal round at the FIBA Asia Cup in Beirut, and they are there in some style on the back of a 98-70 demolition of Jordan, literally running away from their opposition on the back of a Shea Ili inspired performance, adding further to the already impressive international reputation of the Tall Blacks.

     
  • Tall Blacks jumping out...

    Tall Blacks jumping out...

    The Tall Blacks go into their quarter final at the FIBA Asia Cup more than ready to play, in fact with four days since their last group game against Korea, there might be suggestions they have had too much time away from the pressure of a game environment.
     
  • TALL BLACKS ALL HAVE A...

    TALL BLACKS ALL HAVE A...

    Much has been said about the progress of the young Tall Blacks who patiently await their FIBA Asia Cup Quarter Final on Friday morning (6am NZT), against Jordan. The young team with an average age of 23 has shown steady improvement under the coaching team led by Paul Henare and the leadership of Captain Reuben Te Rangi.
  • NZ Premier team run Cal...

    NZ Premier team run Cal...

    The New Zealand Premier team performed with great distinction before going down 77-69 against University of California, Berkeley Golden Bears at North Shore Events Centre on Sunday.

  • Tall Blacks top Group at...

    Tall Blacks top Group at...

    Dubbed #YoungBloods when they left New Zealand, few would have given this inexperienced young Tall Blacks team any hope of progressing deep into the FIBA Asia Cup, but such has been the growth of the team and the lessons learned, they find themselves straight into the quarter finals as Pool C winners, despite a one-point defeat to South Korea tonight in Beirut.
  • Tall Blacks turn focus to...

    Tall Blacks turn focus to...

    The Tall Blacks are back in game mode, gone are the memories of the win over Lebanon and all that occupies the minds of these young players and the coaching staff are the Koreans and how to combat a very different style opponent in their final pool match at the Asia Cup on Sunday morning, NZT.

  • Tall Blacks conquer...

    Tall Blacks conquer...

    On the surface of it this might not seem that big a deal, a victory over Lebanon at the Asia Cup. The history books will record the numbers and the victory for New Zealand, but this was so much more than just a ‘dub’ in the win column for the Tall Blacks.
  • Henare tells his players...

    Henare tells his players...

    The young Tall Blacks know the enormity of the task facing them when they play hosts Lebanon in the second pool match at the FIBA Asia Cup in Beirut, tipping off at 6am Friday morning New Zealand time.

     

  • Tall Blacks thump...

    Tall Blacks thump...

    The Tall Blacks are underway at the FIBA Asia Cup, with a resounding 70-49 win over Kazakhstan in Beirut today, in the opening game of the tournament.

     

  • Tall Blacks take to the...

    Tall Blacks take to the...

    Perhaps the youngest ever Tall Blacks team to take the court in an official FIBA tournament will do so tonight when Paul Henare’s fresh side take on Kazakhstan in their first game at the 2017 Asia Cup in Beirut, Lebanon.

  • OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY TOO...

    OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY TOO...

    The University of Oklahoma Sooners may have only been in the country for 24 hours but they still proved far too good for the New Zealand Premier team winning 133-91 at Auckland Grammar School on Sunday.
  • Canterbury and Waikato...

    Canterbury and Waikato...

    Waikato have been crowned the women’s Under 23 National Champions after defeating Tauranga this evening, with Charlisse Leger-Walker, the youngest player for Waikato, picking up yet another MVP award. Canterbury has taken home the men’s title, after managing to score in the final moments against a talented Waikato country team.
  • Finalists found for...

    Finalists found for...

    The stage has been set for today’s Grand Finals of the Basketball New Zealand Under 23 National Championships Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua. Waikato will face off against Tauranga for the Women’s title, while the men’s title will be contested between Waikato Country and Canterbury.
  • U23 National...

    U23 National...

    Day 4  and finals day of the 2017 U23 National Championships will tip off at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua this morning. All minor placings will be played in the morning rounds, grand finals to follow at 3pm (womens) and 4.45pm (mens). 

  • Arduous buildup has Tall...

    Arduous buildup has Tall...

    The Tall Blacks wrapped up an arduous preparation phase for the FIBA Asia Cup with a fighting 60-53 defeat at the hands of dual tournament winners Angola in Chengdu tonight, pushing the full strength African nation all the way and threatening a repeat victory from the first tournament in Kunshan.

  • U23 National...

    U23 National...

    Day 3 of the 2017 U23 National Championships will tip off at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua this morning. Womens teams finalise their placings early this morning and head into their respective semi-finals this afternoon along with the men.

  • Red hot China shoot down...

    Red hot China shoot down...

    The Tall Blacks faced off against the second of two Chinese national squads tonight, with the result similar to that of a few days ago against China Blue, an 89-62 defeat against a team that just couldn’t miss from long range.

     

  • U23 National...

    U23 National...

    Day 2 of the 2017 U23 National Championships will tip off atTe Rauparaha Arena, Porirua this morning. Mens teams finish their pool play early this morning and head into their respective quarter finals this afternoon, while the women continue with their pool play that concludes tomorrow morning. 

  • Tall Blacks take a...

    Tall Blacks take a...

    A big backward step. That was the summation of from Head Coach Paul Henare after the Tall Blacks lost a game that they should have won, going down 67-62 against Lithuania in Chengdu, China.

     

  • Taking the Tall Blacks to...

    Taking the Tall Blacks to...

    Since being enlisted by Basketball New Zealand and Head Coach Paul Henare, Gavin Cross has started his third year as the Tall Blacks Strength and Conditioning (S&C) Coach. His job is to help mould our elite players into basketball powerhouses who jump higher, move faster, and shoot with more accuracy – using the principles of S&C. The team calls this S&C programme ‘Strategy...
  • U23 National...

    U23 National...

    Day 1 of the 2017 U23 National Championships will tip off in Porirua, at Te Rauparaha Arena. The competition will run over 4 days from the August 2-5. The tournament will feature 14 mens teams and 6 womens teams.

  • TALL FERNS DISPERSE UNTIL...

    TALL FERNS DISPERSE UNTIL...

    The Tall Ferns finished sixth at the recently concluded 2017 FIBA Women’s Asia Cup played in Bengaluru, India.
  • Tall Blacks stun...

    Tall Blacks stun...

    The Tall Blacks notched up their first win at the Kunshan International Basketball Championships tonight, tipping over the previously unbeaten Angolan team to end the first phase of the tour on a high, controlling the entire game to win 72-64.
  • Aon New Zealand Under 17s...

    Aon New Zealand Under 17s...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 17 team have returned from their tour to the Philippines, having competed against some of the big basketball universities in Manila. 
  • Inspired young Tall...

    Inspired young Tall...

    Close but no cigar as the young Tall Blacks push Lithuania to the buzzer in a thriller in Kunshan, with what would have been a buzzer beating game winner coming up just short.

  • TALL FERNS FINISH SIXTH...

    TALL FERNS FINISH SIXTH...

    The Tall Ferns have finished sixth at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Bengaluru after a disappointing 65-45 loss to Chinese Taipei in the 5th/6th play-off game.
  • Tall Blacks go down in...

    Tall Blacks go down in...

    A resurgent China found their confidence at home to see of the Tall Blacks 77-53 in Kunshan tonight, on the back of a high turnover performance from the New Zealanders

  • Kiwis better for 3x3...

    Kiwis better for 3x3...

    Team Auckland believe they’ll take plenty away from their experience at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Utsonomiya Masters in Japan despite being knocked out in the group stages.
  • Auckland remaining...

    Auckland remaining...

    Team Auckland’s remaining positive despite going down 22-11 to Piran in their opening match of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Ustunomiya Masters in Japan.
  • TALL FERNS EASILY BEAT...

    TALL FERNS EASILY BEAT...

    The Tall Ferns bounced back from the disappointment of the semi-final loss to South Korea by beating North Korea 82-61 at the FIBA Asia Cup in Bangalore on Friday.
  • TalL Blacks settle in...

    TalL Blacks settle in...

    The Tall Blacks have settled into their work in China as they step up preparations for the FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon next month, with six games over the next eight days against quality international opposition set to fine tune this young team ahead of the Beirut tournament.
  • NZ PREMIER READY TO TAKE...

    NZ PREMIER READY TO TAKE...

    Coach Lori McDaniel says NZ Premier is looking forward to bringing the challenge when the University of California Berkeley Golden Bears touchdown in Auckland early next month. And they better be, because there is no doubt NZ Premier are in for a tough match. 
  • TALL FERNS SUFFER...

    TALL FERNS SUFFER...

    The Tall Ferns were dealt a double dose of misery at the FIBA Asia Women’s World Cup in Bangalore on Thursday.
  • Matt Freeman anticipates...

    Matt Freeman anticipates...

    A New Zealand Premiere side has been named today to face Oklahoma University, which will touch down on New Zealand shores next week along with former Junior Tall Black Matt Freeman. 
  • Auckland 3x3 team gear up...

    Auckland 3x3 team gear up...

    The New Zealand representatives at this weekend’s Japan leg of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour are hoping they’ll be able to take the tournament by surprise when it tips off on Saturday.
  • TALL FERNS COME FROM 17...

    TALL FERNS COME FROM 17...

    The Tall Ferns, powered by double doubles from Kalani Purcell (22 points and 13 rebounds) and Jillian Harmon (15 points, 15 rebounds), recovered from a 17 points first half deficit to beat Chinese Taipei 59-53 in the FIBA Asia Cup in Bangalore on Tuesday.
  • TALL FERNS BEAT DPR of...

    TALL FERNS BEAT DPR of...

    A strong second half performance powered the Tall Ferns to a 71-50 victory against DPR of Korea on the second day of the FIBA Asia Cup in Bangalore.
  • Tall Blacks show plenty...

    Tall Blacks show plenty...

    The Tall Blacks have shown plenty of fight and trademark defensive intensity, in losing 70-80 to the might of China in a closed doors game in Papakura

  • Te Rangi to lead new look...

    Te Rangi to lead new look...

    The Tall Blacks for the FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon next month have been named, with plenty of fresh faces...

  • TALL FERNS BEATEN BY...

    TALL FERNS BEATEN BY...

    The Tall Ferns opened its first ever FIBA Asia Cup campaign with a 77-48 defeat at the hands of eleven times Asia Cup champions China in Bangalore early on Monday morning (NZ time).
  • Ten month old Rocco...

    Ten month old Rocco...

    Natalie Taylor has linked up with the Tall Ferns team having sat out the Taiwan leg of the build up to the Asia Cup, but with one special addition – her ten month old son Rocco.
  • Hawke's Bay and Waikato...

    Hawke's Bay and Waikato...

    Despite the Under 15 Aon Nationals being almost cancelled today, Hawke's Bay and Waikato have managed to overcome all odds to return home with National titles.
  • Aon U15 National...

    Aon U15 National...

    IMPORTANT NOTICE UPDATE: U15 Aon Nationals in Dunedin – unfortunately the leaks are still continuing which has forced the cancellation to the majority of games. The only games that will go ahead are the 3rd/4th playoffs & grand finals which have been moved to John McGlashan College. Please note; there is limited seating in the venue and you may be...
  • Stages Set for Grand...

    Stages Set for Grand...

    The boys and girls under 15 age-group teams have been found for the Aon Nationals after today’s semi-final rounds came to a close. 
  • Aon U15 National...

    Aon U15 National...

    Day 3 of the 2017 Aon U15 National Championships will tip off in Dunedin, at the Edgar Centre this morning. Teams are into their first round of playoffs in the mornings before the semis in the afternoon. Follow along with the days action to find out who books their place in the grand finals!

  • Tall Ferns seek World Cup...

    Tall Ferns seek World Cup...

    The Tall Ferns have flown into Bangalore for their first FIBA Asia Cup campaign with hopes high after a tour of Taiwan and Singapore, which produced six wins and just one defeat.
  • Aon U15 National...

    Aon U15 National...

    Day 2 of the 2017 Aon U15 National Championships will tip off in Dunedin, at the Edgar Centre this morning. Teams conclude their pool later in the day, securing what will be vital placings come tomorrows first round of playoffs. 

  • Aon U15 National...

    Aon U15 National...

    Day 1 of the 2017 Aon U15 National Championships will tip off in Dunedin, at the Edgar Centre. The competition will run over 4 days from the 19th - 22nd of July. The tournament will feature 19 boys teams and 18 girls teams.

  • Aon New Zealand Under 17s...

    Aon New Zealand Under 17s...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 17 team has been officially named today ahead of their tour of the Philippines, departing this Wednesday. 
  • New Zealand Premier team...

    New Zealand Premier team...

    The New Zealand Premier team has been named to take on University of California, Berkley at North Shore Events Centre on Sunday 13 August.
  • New Zealand U18 Teams...

    New Zealand U18 Teams...

    It was a double dose of Australia verse New Zealand in both the girls and boys grand finals of the FIBA Under 17 Oceania Championships in Guam tonight, with Australia waltzing away with both titles.
  • The Aon NZU16 teams...

    The Aon NZU16 teams...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 16 teams have finished their Australia Junior Championships, the boys with a loss against Victoria Metro and the girls with a win against New South Wales Country.
  • Harbour Basketball takes...

    Harbour Basketball takes...

    The Harbour Basketball Association has dominated the Under 17 Aon Nationals, with both of their Under 17 boys and girls teams winning their respective Grand Finals in Wellington this evening.  
  • Aon NZ U16 Boys Fall at...

    Aon NZ U16 Boys Fall at...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 16 boys have lost to Queensland South in a close fought semi-final at the Australia Junior Championships in Perth.
  • TALL FERNS THUMP...

    TALL FERNS THUMP...

    The Tall Ferns won the second of three internationals against Singapore 70-30 at the Singapore Basketball Centre on Friday night.
  • Stage set for the Under...

    Stage set for the Under...

    All four finalists have now been found for the Under 17 Aon Nationals, with Auckland Counties Manukau (ACM) and Harbour vying for the girls’ national title, and Harbour and Manawatu facing off for the boys’ title.  
  • NZ U18 Teams Qualify for...

    NZ U18 Teams Qualify for...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 18 men’s and women’s teams have both advanced to the grand finals of the FIBA Under 17* Oceania Championships in Guam, and have consequently qualified for the Asia Championships in 2018.
  • Aon New Zealand Under 16...

    Aon New Zealand Under 16...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 16 boys have fought their way into the semi-final of the Australia Junior Championships in Perth, after defeating New South Wales Metro (NSWM) in the quarter final 74 to 68. 
  • Aon U17 National...

    Aon U17 National...

    Day 3 of the 2017 Aon U17 National Championships will tip off at 9am in Wellington, at ASB Sports Centre, Kilbirnie. Teams are competing in quarter finals and semi finals today, vying for that illusive grand final spot tomorrow! Make sure you catch all games on court 3 live streamed for free at the link below!

  • Aon Under 18 New Zealand...

    Aon Under 18 New Zealand...

    Both the women and men’s Aon New Zealand Under 18 teams have finished Pool play undefeated at the FIBA Under 17 Oceania Championships in Guam.
  • Aon New Zealand Under 16s...

    Aon New Zealand Under 16s...

    Last night the Aon New Zealand Under 16 boys team finished pool play with a strong victory over ACT, 82 to 54, which cemented their first place amongst the seven teams in Pool B of the Australia Junior Championships in Perth. 

  • Aon U17 National...

    Aon U17 National...

    Day 2 of the 2017 Aon U17 National Championships will tip off in Wellington, at ASB Sports Centre, Kilbirnie. Teams continue in pool play today finalising placings before heading into the first round of quarter finals tomorrow.

  • TALL FERNS CONTINUE ASIA...

    TALL FERNS CONTINUE ASIA...

    Following a successful week in Taipei where the Tall Ferns finished the William Jones Cup with a 4-1 record the focus has now switched to a three game series against the Singapore national team.
  • Aon New Zealand U16 teams...

    Aon New Zealand U16 teams...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 16 teams are rounding out their pool games as they look to the playoff rounds of the Helloworld Australian Junior Championships in Perth.

  • PLAYERS INVITED TO TALL...

    PLAYERS INVITED TO TALL...

    Tall Blacks Head Coach Paul Henare has announced the list of players that will attend a six-day camp in Auckland, ahead of a final 12-man roster being named to travel to the FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon, via preparation matches in China.
  • Aon U17 National...

    Aon U17 National...

    Today the 2017 Aon U17 National Championships will tip off in Wellington, at ASB Sports Centre, Kilbirnie. The competition will run over 4 days from the 12th - 15th of July.The tournament will feature 20 boys teams and 17 girls teams...

  • Aon NZ U18 teams remain...

    Aon NZ U18 teams remain...

    The Guamanians showed tremendous tenacity tonight at the FIBA Under 17* Oceania Championships in Guam, in a game that felt like it was building into the upset of the tournament
  • Aon NZ Under 16s boys...

    Aon NZ Under 16s boys...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 16 Girls team won their first match last night, beating Western Australia Country 91 to 58.
  • A strong start for New...

    A strong start for New...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 18 (U18) teams have opened their Oceania campaigns with strong victories.
  • Golden Oldies World...

    Golden Oldies World...

    The 2018 Golden Oldies World Basketball Festival being staged next year in Chirstchurch, 1 – 8 April.The event is for any players over the age of 35 (who remain uninjured and have recovered by April 2018 after their run around at the 2017 World Masters Games). The tournament is part of the Christchurch Casino Golden Oldies Sports Celebration 2018, and has been designed “to get the old...
  • Anchor JTB's #GoStrong to...

    Anchor JTB's #GoStrong to...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks round off their FIBA U19 World Cup with a dominant win over hosts Egypt to finish in 11th place

  • Aon NZ Under 16 Boys...

    Aon NZ Under 16 Boys...

    The Aon Under 16 Girls New Zealand team has lost their second game to Victoria Country by one agonising point, while the Aon Under 16 boys have won against NSW Country, at the Helloworld Australian Junior Championships (AJC) in Perth.

  • Tall Ferns finish William...

    Tall Ferns finish William...

    The Tall Ferns have finished tied for the best record at the William Jones Cup, following tonight’s 75-72 win over Japan.
  • New Zealand Under 16s...

    New Zealand Under 16s...

    Last night the New Zealand under 16 Boys team has won their first game against Victoria Country, 89 to 65, at the Helloworld Australian Junior Championships (AJC) in Perth. While The Under 16 Girls New Zealand team has lost their opening game against New South Wales Metro, 42-68.
  • Anchor JTB's go down to...
  • Wildcats Take the W

    Wildcats Take the W

    Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats retained the WBC title with a dominant second half performance defeating a plucky Taranaki Thunder 57-43 in front of an enthusiastic crowd at Cowles Stadium on Saturday evening.
  • Tall Ferns return to...

    Tall Ferns return to...

    The Tall Ferns have bounced back from last night’s loss, by beating Republic of China White 68-65 to move to 3-1 at the William Jones Cup.
  • Huge win for Anchor...

    Huge win for Anchor...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks are close to 100% healthy and threw off the disappointment of earlier close losses by demolishing Mali 87-63 in Cairo

  • WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    The Womens Basketball Championship has reached the finals and all teams will compete for a placing...

  • Purcell bags...

    Purcell bags...

    Despite an improved second half performance, the Tall Ferns have fallen to their first loss of the William Jones Cup, going down 79-60 to Republic of China ‘Blue’.
  • WBC Finalists Found

    WBC Finalists Found

    The 2017 WBC Grand Final will feature Taranaki Thunder and defending champions Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats after both held off tenacious opponents at Cowles Stadium on Friday evening.
  • Edmondson double-double...

    Edmondson double-double...

    The Tall Ferns have moved to 2-0 at the William Jones Cup, beating the Korea KB All Stars 58-40 in their second match of the tournament.
  • WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    The Womens Basketball Championship tips off today at 9am.  The last round robin games of the championship section will be held at 10:45am then these teams head into their semi finals.  The plate section continue their round robin games...

  • Anchor JTB's gutted as...

    Anchor JTB's gutted as...

    Anchor Junior Tall Blacks show great fight to recover from slow start but come up just short against Germany in the round of 16 at the FIBA U19 World Cup in Cairo

  • WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    WBC Finals Tournament Day...

    The Women's Basketball Championship finals tournament tips off today 9am at Cowles Stadium in Christchurch.  Head down and watch some exciting basketball...

  • Tall Ferns make strong...

    Tall Ferns make strong...

    The Tall Ferns have started their William Jones Cup campaign in impressive style, with a 75-52 win over India at the Changhua Gymnasium in Taiwan.
  • Women’s Basketball...

    Women’s Basketball...

    The Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Finals Tournament will be played at Cowles Stadium, Christchurch from tomorrow 6 July to Saturday 8 July.
  • Anchor JTB's left to rue...

    Anchor JTB's left to rue...

    A poor second quarter proved costly as the Anchor Junior Tall Blacks were defeated 74-70 by South American powerhouse Argentina at the FIBA U19 World Cup this morning, New Zealand time.
  • Top NCAA Basketball...

    Top NCAA Basketball...

    The University of California Golden Bears women's basketball team has confirmed they will play in New Zealand and Australia this August, giving Kiwi basketball fans a unique opportunity to see a top NCAA Division One women's college side, including Tall Fern Penina Davidson. 
  • Tall Ferns depart for...

    Tall Ferns depart for...

    The Tall Ferns fly out for the first leg of their Asia Cup campaign tonight, but with one last minute change.
  • Anchor JTB's push Euro...

    Anchor JTB's push Euro...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks gave European Champions France a scare at the FIBA U19 World Cup in Egypt before going down 80-69

  • NZ finish fourth in FIBA...

    NZ finish fourth in FIBA...

    Out of 20 competing countries, New Zealand has come fourth in the FIBA Under 18 3x3 World Cup over night, after losing to Slovenia in the bronze medal match.
  • New Zealand courageously...

    New Zealand courageously...

    The New Zealand Under 18 men’s 3x3 team has won racked up two more victories to advance through Pool B and into the Quarter Finals at the FIBA U18 World Cup in China.
  • Anchor JTB's in first up...

    Anchor JTB's in first up...

    A final quarter flourish saw the Anchor Junior Tall Blacks get over world #15 South Korea to open their FIBA U19 World Cup campaign in Cairo.

  • NZ Select finish tour of...

    NZ Select finish tour of...

    New Zealand Select wrapped up their six game tour of China on a positive note downing Cameroon 73-69 in Shenzhen on Friday evening.
  • NZ Select beat Shenzen...

    NZ Select beat Shenzen...

    New Zealand Select proved too good for Shenzhen Leopards in the penultimate fixture of its six game tour of China on Thursday night winning 92-71.
  • NZ U18 men beat Georgia...

    NZ U18 men beat Georgia...

    The New Zealand Under 18 men’s 3x3 team has won one and lost one on their first day at the FIBA U18 3x3 World Cup.

  • JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks have settled quickly into their new environment in Cairo as they put the finishing touches on preparation for the FIBA U19 World Cup, starting on Saturday night against South Korea.
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  • NZ Select overcome...

    NZ Select overcome...

    New Zealand Select have flown south to Shenzhen for the second leg of their six game tour of China.
  • ANCHOR JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    ANCHOR JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks have rounded off preparation for the FIBA U19 World Cup with a second-place finish at their latest tournament in China and now head to Cairo for their tournament opener on Saturday against Korea.
  • NEW FACES EXPECTED IN...

    NEW FACES EXPECTED IN...

    The Tall Blacks will likely feature a number of new names and fresh faces at the 2017 Asia Cup in Beirut this August.

  • Aon U18 NZ men named...

    Aon U18 NZ men named...

    The Aon Under 18 New Zealand men’s team was named today ahead of the FIBA U17 Oceania Championships, to be held in Guam from 9 to 15 July.
  • Aon NZ Under 18 women’s...

    Aon NZ Under 18 women’s...

    The Aon New Zealand Under 18 women’s team has been named today ahead of the FIBA Under 17 Oceania Championships, to be held in Guam from 9 to 15 July.
  • NZ Select stunned by...

    NZ Select stunned by...

    New Zealand Select suffered the first loss of their six game tour of China going down 83-59 to Cameroon in Changshu on Sunday evening.
  • AON BACKS YOUNG...

    AON BACKS YOUNG...

    Basketball New Zealand (BBNZ) has today announced a new partnership with New Zealand’s largest insurance broker, Aon New Zealand.
  • Wildcats clinch WBC...

    Wildcats clinch WBC...

    A busy final round of the Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC), ahead of the Tournamet Playoffs in two weeks time, featured five games at the weekend.
  • Anchor Junior Tall Blacks...

    Anchor Junior Tall Blacks...

    The Anchor Junior Tall Blacks round out their FIBA World Cup preparations with a final batch of games against international opposition in China this week, starting Sunday night against the USA.

  • NZ Select Defeat Hosts

    NZ Select Defeat Hosts

    New Zealand Select were given a much sterner test by host club side Jiangsu in the second game of their China tour before pulling away to win 84-65.
  • NZ Select trounce...

    NZ Select trounce...

    Despite only having three practice sessions under their belts New Zealand Select gained a convincing 83-64 victory against Montenegro in their tour opener in China last night.
  • TALL FERNS TEAM ANNOUNCED...

    TALL FERNS TEAM ANNOUNCED...

    Excluding a small number of debutants, Tall Ferns Head Coach Kennedy Kereama has largely turned to the tried and trusted in today’s naming the 2017 Tall Ferns, the team tasked with qualifying for the FIBA World Cup through the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup next month.

  • New Zealand team named...

    New Zealand team named...

    The New Zealand team has been named today ahead of the FIBA Under 18 3x3 World Cup, which will be hosted in Chengdu, China, from 28 June to 2 July.
  • JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    JUNIOR TALL BLACKS...

    The Junior Tall Blacks have played the first tournament in a three-tournament series in China.
  • New Zealand bundled out...

    New Zealand bundled out...

    New Zealand have done well to finish third in their Pool at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup, despite being outmatched overnight.
  • Wizards win Waikato derby

    Wizards win Waikato derby

    There were just two games in week eight of the Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) and both were local derbies.

    On Saturday Waikato Country Cannons entertained Waikato Wizards and further north Auckland Lady Rangers visited Harbour Breeze on Sunday.

  • Kiwis go one and one at...

    Kiwis go one and one at...

    The New Zealand men's team have finished their first day at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup with one win and one loss.
  • Saints create history...

    Saints create history...

    The Wellington Saints have created history going 20-0 for the season with a 108-75 win over the SIT Zerofees Sharks, claiming their tenth title.

  • Saints and Sharks head to...

    Saints and Sharks head to...

    It will be a rematch of the 2015 Grand-final as both the Wellington Saints and Zerofees Sharks win their semi’s.   
  • NZ NBL FINAL FOUR...
  • NZ team arrive at FIBA...

    NZ team arrive at FIBA...

    The New Zealand men’s 3x3 team have arrived in Nantes, France and have already tested themselves against the hosts in a scrimmage match.
  • Kiwis Named for NBA's...

    Kiwis Named for NBA's...

    Ten young men in the Under 18 New Zealand squad have been named to partake in the NBA's Asia Pacific Camp, to be held in Hangzhou, China from 18 to 21 June. New Zealand U18 Head Coach, Miles Pearce, will also attend.
  • FONTERRA SUPPORTS JUNIOR...

    FONTERRA SUPPORTS JUNIOR...

    Basketball New Zealand announced a new partnership with Fonterra today, which has sponsored the Junior Tall Blacks’ with their dairy brand Anchor. 

  • 2017 NBL Final Four...

    2017 NBL Final Four...

    The NBL Final Four begins on Friday night at 5pm when the Wellington Saints play the Canterbury Rams, and then at 7pm the SIT Zerofees Sharks play the James Blond Supercity Rangers.

  • New Zealand U14...

    New Zealand U14...

    The New Zealand under 14 girls and boys teams have taken out the Nunawading basketball tournament in Melbourne.
  • NEW ZEALAND 3x3 WORLD CUP...

    NEW ZEALAND 3x3 WORLD CUP...

    The New Zealand men’s 3x3 (pronounced 3-on-3) basketball team has been named ahead of the FIBA World Championships, to be held in Nantes, France from 17 to 21 June. This announcement follows the International Olympic Committee naming 3x3 as an Olympic sport for Japan 2020.
  • Otago move into WBC top...

    Otago move into WBC top...

    In a busy weekend of Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) action Site Weld Otago Goldrush, with two road victories, moved into the top four on the ladder after successes against Capital Swish and Taranaki Thunder.

  • Sharks edge Hawks in...

    Sharks edge Hawks in...

    The SIT Zerofees Sharks have held off the Taylor Hawks 89-86.

  • Saints make history

    Saints make history

    The Wellington Saints have created history becoming the first team since the NBL began in 1982 to finish the regular season unbeaten.

  • Hawks end seven game...

    Hawks end seven game...

    The Taylor Hawks end their seven game losing with Junior Tall Blacks’ Quinn...

    Junior Tall Blacks’ Quinn...

    The last few months have been a notable time for Cantabrian Quinn Clinton, but a couple of upcoming events promise to be particularly special, possibly life changing for the former Christchurch Boys High standout.
  • Rams win in nail biter

    Rams win in nail biter

    Marcel Jones has hit the game winner to give the Canterbury Rams 91-90 win against an understrength Mike Pero Nelson Giants.

  • NBL Preview (Round 12)

    NBL Preview (Round 12)

    The final round of the regular season begins tonight when the Canterbury Rams try to extend their winning streak to four when they host the Mike Pero Nelson Giants

  • CHARLISSE LEGER-WALKER...

    CHARLISSE LEGER-WALKER...

    Members from the Tall Ferns squad have converged on South Auckland as they begin their preparations for their first-ever Asia Cup appearance. The FIBA Asia Cup is also a qualifying tournament for the Women’s FIBA World Cup and offers the Tall Ferns their best-ever chance of qualifying through the new FIBA Asia Zone. 
  • Sharks clinch 2nd,...

    Sharks clinch 2nd,...

    Dillon Boucher played his 409th career NBL game surpassing former team mate Phill Jones as the all-time leader, but his James Blond Supercity Rangers struggled tonight against the SIT Zerofees Sharks who claim second spot with a 101-83 win.

  • Finalists found at Under...

    Finalists found at Under...

    The 2017 Under 19 National Championships finals will be played on Tuesday at North Shore Events Centre with Canterbury Combined featuring in both showpiece events....

  • Boucher ties record in...

    Boucher ties record in...

    Dillon Boucher has tied the NBL record for games played at 408 in the James Blond Supercity Rangers 79-65 win over the Mike Pero Nelson Giants.

  • U19 National...

    U19 National...

    Day 2 of the #U19Nats tips off  today on the North Shore at 9am, both mens and womens teams finish pool play later in the day before progressing to the first round of playoffs tomorrow....

  • Saints 17-0, Rams win big...

    Saints 17-0, Rams win big...

    The Wellington Saints are now one win away from creating NBL history, but had to dig deep to beat a valiant Taylor Hawks 98-90.

  • Fane on Fire for Wildcats

    Fane on Fire for Wildcats

    Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats make it WBC win number eight.
  • Sharks return to second

    Sharks return to second

    The SIT Zerofees Sharks have grabbed their tenth win of the season with a 91-70 win over the Taranaki Mountainairs.

  • U19 National...

    U19 National...

    Today the 2017 U19 National Championships tip off on the North Shore, Auckland. The competition will run over 4 days of Queens Birthday weekend (Saturday 3rd - Tuesday 6th) and will feature 18 mens teams and 9 womens teams...

  • Georgia Agnew eyes...

    Georgia Agnew eyes...

    When the players gather in Auckland on Monday for the Tall Ferns Selection Camp there will be four new faces amongst the 15 players named: Kayla Manuirirangi, Charlisse Leger-Walker, Tea Charlton and Georgia Agnew.

  • Rangers move to second...

    Rangers move to second...

    The Rangers have moved to second place with a comfortable 98-85 win over the Taylor Hawks.

  • NBL Preview: Round 12

    NBL Preview: Round 12

    It is going to be a battle to see who finishes 2nd to 4th, and tonight the James Blond Supercity Rangers will play the first of three games in five days against the Taylor Hawks tonight.

  • Lisa Wallbutton retires...

    Lisa Wallbutton retires...

    The Tall Ferns selection camp, that takes place in Auckland next week, has a number of new faces but also one notable absentee – Lisa Wallbutton.





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