• Northeastern, Princeton advance to London Basketball Classic Final

    Northeastern will face Princeton in the London Basketball Classic Championship game after both winning their respective semi-final openers on Thursday evening at the Copper Box Arena in Stratford, London.
    The Huskies secured their place with a dramatic 69-67 finish thanks to Joe Pridgen’s game winning alley oop in overtime, while the Tigers rode British rising star Tosan Evbuomwan to a 74-66 win over Army West Point.
    Welcomeback! @Tosan_Evb flushes the And-1 for @PrincetonMBB in @LondonCla
  • London Basketball Classic to be streamed live through Hoopsfix

    The London Basketball Classic presented by Inspirus Sports will be exclusively live streamed through Hoopsfix on YouTube as part of an official media partnership.
    Just the fourth NCAA Division 1 basketball tournament to happen in Europe will see Northeastern, Manhattan, Army West Point and Princeton – featuring the UK’s very own Tosan Evbuomwan, battle it out for the title across Thursday Nov 24 and Saturday Nov 26 at the Copper Box Arena in London.
    “We are delighted to be able
  • GB Senior Women’s 12-player roster confirmed for EuroBasket qualifier

    Great Britain Senior Women’s Head Coach Chema Buceta has confirmed the 12-player roster that will suit up to face Portugal in Porto as the National Team return to EuroBasket Women qualifying action on Thursday night (8:30pm tip off).
    Leicester Riders’ Kirsty Brown is set for her first-ever cap, while London Lions’ Kennedy Leonard returns to the squad for the first time since 2019 after eligibility issues. No less than five Lions players make the team, a testament to their domin
  • London Lions pick up big road win over Hamburg

    London Lions managed to secure their second win of the 7DAYS EuroCup season and the first ever in their history away from home, routing Veolia Hamburg Towers in Germany, 75-103.
    It marked the first time a British side has won away in the competition since January 2004 when Brighton Bears won in Lithuania against Lietuvos Rytas.
    The Lions did it in emphatic fashion, with a number of highlight plays as they shot 61.6% from the field and registered 27 assists.
    “I was proud of our guys and the
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  • London Lions avenge loss to ESBVA, improve to 3-1

    London Lions made it three straight wins in EuroCup Women action as they defeated previously unbeaten French side ESBVA 67-60 at Crystal Palace, on Thursday.
    Mark Clark’s side take a major step towards qualifying for the playoffs with a 3-1 record in the group with two games to play in the regular season.
    Kiki Herbert-Harrigan provided the usual scoring punch in an intense encounter with a game-high 20 points, while Holly Winterburn contributed an all-round effort of 16 points, six rebound
  • Hoophall International high school tourney tickets go on sale

    Tickets for the Hoophall International London tournament, featuring four top US High School teams are now available.
    Featuring four premier high school teams from around the US; Mater Dei (California), Pace Academy (Georgia), Christ the King (New York) and Paul VI (Virginia), the event will be held on December 2-3, 2022 at The Copper Box.
    Tickets start at £11 (upper bowl), with it being £16 for the lower bowl and £51 for courtside – buy now.
    Hoophall International will jo
  • Becoming unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year – with Tosan Evbuomwan – Ep. 111

    For Episode 111 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with Princeton Tiger and unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year, Tosan Evbuomwan.
    The 21 year old out of Newcastle is fresh off a breakout season with Princeton, and is coming to London next week for the London Basketball Classic to play in front of a home crowd with his college team.The former GB U18 and Hoopsfix All-Star Classic alumnus ended regular season play last season as the Ivy League leader in assists per game (5.0), and assist/turn
  • Fatmata Janneh (’04-born), Carys Roy (’05-born) both headed to Saint Peter’s

    GB Under-18 Women’s duo Fatmata Janneh and Carys Roy are both Division 1 bound after signing letters of intent with Saint Peter’s.
    Janneh and Roy were international teammates this past summer and will link up head coach Jen Leedham with GB legend Jo Leedham-Warner also part of the coaching staff.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Barking Abbey Basketball (@abbeynation)
    Janneh (’04-born) averaged 8.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for GB Under-18s and has been a domin
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  • GB Senior Men fall in Latvia in Riga

    Playing for pride after their hopes of FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 qualification were ended against Serbia on Friday, GB were unable to come up with a win, falling 79-63 to Latvia in Riga on Monday night.
    Latvia led by as many as 20, taking advantage of defensive lapses and GB’s inaccuracy from the field to secure a comfortable victory, having already qualified for their first World Cup appearance next summer.
    Luke Nelson led the scoring for GB with 16 points and 8 assists, while Gabe O
  • Kennedy Leonard receives GB recall in 15-player squad for EuroBasket Qualifiers

    Kennedy Leonard is back in the GB Senior setup as part of a 15-player squad announced for the upcoming 2023 EuroBasket Women Qualifiers.
    The London Lions star has not represented the national team since a debut in 2019 amid eligibility issues, but Karlie Samuelson – currently playing in Australia – is not included in the squad to free up a naturalised spot, while Cheridene Green is a notable absentee.
    Temi Fagbenle, Kristine Anigwe and Eilidh Simpson are the only overseas based playe
  • GB’s World Cup hopes dealt blow with Serbia loss

    Great Britain were dealt a serious blow in their hopes for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 qualification with a 68-74 loss to Serbia on Friday night in Newcastle.
    A valiant fourth quarter come back fell short, overturning a double digit deficit to get within two in the final minute but Serbia responded immediately with an Ognjen Jaramaz lay-up that would be the final dagger.
    Gabe Olaseni led all GB scorers with 20 points and 7 rebounds, Luke Nelson had 15 and Patrick Whelan joined them in double
  • Three debutants named in GB Senior Men final 12

    Three debutants will suit up for Great Britain Senior Men on Friday as Head Coach Marc Steutel has named his final 12-man squad.
    19-year old Quinn Ellis, big man Aaron Menzies and London Lions’ Josh Sharma all make the squad, with Amin Adamu – another new face – being the final cut from the 13-men in training camp, as they prepare to take on Serbia on Friday and Latvia on Monday.
    Veteran core Gabe Olaseni, Luke Nelson, Ben Mockford and Carl Wheatle are all in, along with Devon
  • Steutel: Quinn Ellis will be a talisman of the national team for the next decade

    Acting GB Head Coach Marc Steutel has come away impressed with 19-year old Quinn Ellis after his first national team call up, saying he thinks he will ‘absolutely’ be a talisman for the national team over the next decade.
    Ellis was announced in the squad after a breakout summer that included being named Hoopsfix All-Star Classic MVP and 3-point shoot out champion, shining against Bronny James and Sierra Canyon High School for Hoopsfix Elite, before signing a multi-year deal with Euro
  • Steutel, GB not phased heading into ‘do or die’ window

    Acting Head Coach Marc Steutel says his squad are not phased by the need to win their remaining four games to still have a shot at FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 Qualification.
    The Great Britain Senior Men currently stand at 1-5 in the qualifiers, preparing to face Serbia and Latvia on Friday and Monday (watch live on Courtside 1891 – use code HOOPS-WC for 15% discount on annual and World Cup bundle passes), respectively, before the final window in February 2023.
    “I guess our approac
  • Gareth Murray & Jackson Gibbons named GB Senior Men assistants

    Former GB guard Gareth Murray along with City of London Academy’s Jackson Gibbons have been named assistants to acting Head Coach Marc Steutel with the Great Britain Senior Men.
    With regular assistant Andrea Kapoulas unavailable in the upcoming FIBA window due to a ‘long-standing commitment’, extra help has been drafted in as GB prepare to take on Serbia on Friday and Latvia on Monday.
    Murray, 38, retired from playing in September focusing on his coaching duties with the Caledo
  • London Lions make it back-to-back wins in Europe, Herbert-Harrigan drops 29

    London Lions made it successive wins in EuroCup Women action as they defeated Dinamo Sassari 63-73 on the road, on Wednesday.
    Kiki Herbert-Harrigan starred with a 29-point haul including six triples with Holly Winterburn weighing in with 15 points, five rebounds and eight assists in the win.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Hoopsfix Women (@hoopsfixwomen)
    The Lions boost their qualification hopes by improving to 2-1 ahead of their reverse fixture with unbeaten group leaders ESBVA at Cr
  • British basketball players in US colleges – 2022-23 season

    The 2022-23 college basketball season is upon us, as the US college pathway remains the most-frequented route for British players.
    As is now customary, it is time to publish our annual list of all British players hooping across the pond.
    Check out the 2021/22 season, 2020/21 season, 2019/20 season, 2018/19 season, 2017/18 season, 2016/17 season, 2015/16 season, 2014/15 season, the 2013/14 season’s list, the 2012/13 season, the 2011/12
  • Female British Basketball players in US colleges 2022-23

    Our annual Brits in College tracker is back and ready for the 2022-23 season.
    As is now customary, it is time to publish our annual list of all British players hooping across the pond.
    You can see the lists of previous years with 2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20, 2018-19 and 2017-18.
    You can find the list of male British basketball players in US colleges for this season, here.
    NCAA Division 1
    Toyosi Abiola (Graduate Student) – Little Rock (transferred from Eastern Michigan, D1
  • GB U20s to return, other age groups to be entered into 2023 FIBA European Championships

    The British Basketball Federation has announced all six Great Britain age-group teams will be entered into the 2023 FIBA European Youth Championships.It means a return for the Great Britain Under-20s who were acrimoniously cut last year, after commitment to funding was secured via UK Sport and the home county sports councils (Sport England, Sport Scotland and Sport Wales) along with Basketball England and Basketball Scotland.“At our meeting this week, the BBF Board were delighted to be abl
  • London Lions bounce back in EuroCup Women for first win

    London Lions bounced back from an opening loss in the EuroCup Women regular season as they defeated Roche Vendee 90-79 at Crystal Palace, on Thursday evening.
    Mark Clark’s side faced French opposition for the second week running, but returned to winning ways in the competition behind a strong third quarter to improve to 1-1 in Group J.View this post on InstagramA post shared by London Lions (@londonlionsw)
    Holly Winterburn starred with 19 points, seven rebounds and nine assists in the win
  • GB confirm 24-man squad for FIBA World Cup Qualifying window

    Great Britain Men’s National Team Head Coach Marc Steutel has confirmed the 24-man roster for the upcoming FIBA World Cup Qualifiers against Serbia and Latvia, with some new faces plus a new assistant.`
    Amin Adamu, Quinn Ellis, Kayne Henry, Aaron Menzies and Josh Sharma all selected and looking for their first senior caps if they make the 12, whilst Gareth Murray joins Steutel on the sidelines in his first outing as assistant coach.Meanwhile, the window will act as a transition of sorts fo
  • WBBL 2021-22 Power Rankings – Version 1

    The 2022-23 WBBL season has now completed its first full month and it’s already been an eventful start to the campaign.
    Just one unbeaten record remains in the league – and no prizes for guessing who – and it’s time to start up this feature to check in on how the teams are getting on across the WBBL with updates to follow every couple of weeks.
    These rankings are determined by several factors including both recent results and upcoming schedule and are just the opinion of
  • London Lions fall to defeat against Podgorica in EuroCup

    London Lions fell to 1-3 in their EuroCup campaign with a 76-87 loss to Buducnost VOLI Podgorica on Tuesday evening at Wembley Arena in London.
    The return of Sam Dekker to the line up would not be enough for the Lions, who struggled defensively and went just 2-of-15 from three point range in a new home venue due to the Copper Box being booked out.
    Lions trailed by as many as 20 and a furious late rally would not prove to be enough to prevent them from a defeat at home.
    Dekker led four players in
  • Sheffield Sharks inflict first loss on London Lions in BBL season

    Sheffield Sharks became the first team to beat London Lions in the 2022-23 BBL season after recording an 87-81 victory at Ponds Forge, on Friday night.
    The Lions had been 7-0 in the league including an opening win in Sheffield, but saw their unbeaten start come to an end – just two days after dropping to 1-2 in EuroCup action in Spain.
    Kipper Nichols top scored with 22 points in the win with Saeed Nelson adding 19 points as the Sharks jumped out to a 31-22 start after 10 minutes.View this
  • London Lions lose by 21 in EuroCup Women opener despite fast start

    London Lions made a bright start to their EuroCup Women opener on Wednesday before falling to an 80-59 defeat on the road against experienced French side ESBVA.
    Mark Clark’s side – who received automatic entry to the regular season – conceded 51 points through the middle periods as their opening salvo was undone in the Group J clash.
    Belarusian veteran Katsiaryna Snytsina made a long-awaited competitive debut for the club and top scored with 16 points as the only scorer in doub
  • London Lions drop to 1-2 in EuroCup with Gran Canaria defeat

    London Lions were unable to build on their historic win last week, suffering a 87-69 loss at the hands of Gran Canaria in Spain on Wednesday evening.
    Vojtech Hruban had 18 points and 6 rebounds to lead London, with Tomislav Zubcic joining him in double figures with 16 points. Kosta Koufos finished with 11, while Ovie Soko did a little bit of everything with 9 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 steal.
    [email protected] put on a strong showing at home to beat @LondonLions in Round Three #RoadToGrea
  • British players in European competition this season

    The 2022-23 season is already underway with plenty of British representation in the various European competitions.
    There is a first British men’s team in EuroCup action in over a decade, while the all-conquering WBBL champions are back for another European run with several players also flying the flag in Europe.
    Temi Fagbenle – EuroLeague Women
    One of GB’s greatest is back for another season with Turkish side Mersin after helping the team to the Final Four in EuroCup Women acti
  • Four-team High School tournament, Hoophall International, coming to London

    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame have announced a new addition to their regional high school basketball events: Hoophall International, coming to London in December.
    Featuring four premier high school teams from around the US; Mater Dei (California), Pace Academy (Georgia), Christ the King (New York) and Paul VI (Virginia), the event will be held on December 2-3, 2022 at The Copper Box.
    Hoophall International will join the Hoophall regional series as one of four stops that will culm
  • Tajh Green takes flight! BBL Top Plays of the Month

    The BBL is back – take a look back on the top 10 plays from the first four weeks of action, led by Manchester Giants’ Tajh Green going self oop off the glass!
    Also featuring William Lee, Kyle Jimenez (Caledonia Gladiators), Issa Brandon (Cheshire Phoenix), Padiet Wang and Shakeem Johnson (Surrey Scorchers), Hensy Sako and Marcus Delpeche (Sheffield Sharks), VJ King (Bristol Flyers), Kosta Koufos and Luke Nelson (london Lions), Jelani Watson-Gayle (Bristol Flyers and Josh Sharma (Lond
  • Newcastle Eagles sign Kyle Johnson, Denzel Ubiaro

    Newcastle Eagles have brought in reinforcements to address their slow start to the 2022-23 BBL season with the signings of Kyle Johnson and Denzel Ubiaro.
    The duo made their debuts for the club on Friday night as the Eagles defeated previously unbeaten Bristol Flyers 89-78 to end a run of four straight defeats.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Newcastle Eagles (@newcastleeagles)
    Johnson links back up with GB assistant coach Marc Steutel to make a first appearance in the BBL. The 33-yea
  • Jeremy Sochan becomes youngest opening night starter in Spurs history

    Jeremy Sochan became the youngest opening-night starter in San Antonio Spurs history in his NBA debut against the New Orleans Pelicans last night.
    Sochan, who is 19 years and 152 days, finished with 4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and one big dunk in a 129-102 loss.
    Sochan finishes with 4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals in his debutpic.twitter.com/VctZqUjKSK
    — Hoopsfix (@Hoopsfix) October 20, 2022
    Jeremy is just the fifth rookie to start on opening night for San Antoni
  • London Lions pick up first EuroCup victory with win over Trento

    London Lions picked up a historic first win in the EuroCup, defeating Aquila Basket Trento 80-75 at the Copper Box Arena on Tuesday evening.
    Lions came from behind, riding the crowd to finish the game on an 10-1 run to steal one despite being short-handed with both Sam Dekker and Kosta Koufos ruled out with injury.It marks the first time a British team has won in the EuroCup since 2004.
    “We don’t win that game without the fans getting behind us, especially down the stretch,” Li
  • BT Sport agrees deal for EuroCup with London Lions starring

    BT Sport will broadcast all EuroCup games played by the London Lions, as well as the EuroCup semi-final do-or-die showdowns and EuroCup Final in an agreement announced on Tuesday.
    Certain games – such as the Lions’ debut against Hapoel Tel Aviv last night, will be on the BT Sport red button and London Lions YouTube channel.
    “We are looking forward to bringing British basketball fans more coverage of European club basketball, including the London Lions’ bid to win the 7DAY
  • London Lions downed in Tel Aviv in EuroCup opener

    London Lions were downed 76-59 by Hapoel Tel Aviv in a tough EuroCup opener on Tuesday evening in Israel.
    Star player Sam Dekker went down with an ankle injury after playing just 5 minutes and did not return, to make an already tough ask even more difficult in front of a raucous crowd of 3,500.
    An abysmal 4-of-26 shooting from 3-point range sealed their fate, as they went down 9-0 to open the game, and did not score their first field goal until over four minutes in.
    Tomislav Zubcic scored 21 poi
  • “It’s a special opportunity” – Luke Nelson, London Lions set for EuroCup debut

    Luke Nelson is excited about the challenge that awaits as London Lions make their EuroCup debut on Tuesday night against Hapoel Tel Aviv.
    The GB guard was one of several big name additions in the summer as the club continues its ambition to be a force within Europe ahead of 18 regular season games.
    “I think it’s huge,” Nelson said to Hoopsfix. “This is the calibre of basketball we want to get from London.
    “Being able to be a part of it is a special opportunity. Hope
  • Dan Clark brought in as Surrey Scorchers GM

    BBL franchise Surrey Scorchers have announced recently retired GB star Dan Clark as their new General Manager.Clark will begin work at Surrey Sports Park on Monday as he starts in the new role which will oversee the daily activities of both Scorchers and Netball Superleague side Bartercard Surrey Storm.
    The 34-year-old announced his retirement from professional basketball earlier in the week following an illustrious career which saw him break the records for the number of appearances, points and
  • Rachael Vanderwal announces retirement after 16-year playing career

    Rachael Vanderwal has announced retirement from professional basketball after a 16-year playing career.
    The 39-year-old earned 118 caps with GB’s Senior team whilst playing at the 2012 Olympics and four different EuroBasket tournaments as well as winning a silver medal with England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Rachael Vanderwal (@rachvanderwal)
    Vanderwal began a pro career in Ireland back in 2007 after four years at NCAA Division 1 school Bosto
  • Retiring as a GB all-time great – with Dan Clark – Ep. 110

    For Episode 110 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with GB all-time great Dan Clark, who announces his retirement from playing professional basketball.
    The London 2012 Olympian, whose final season has ended up being his only one playing domestically – with the Manchester Giants in the BBL – is fresh off becoming GB men’s all-time caps leader during their recent EuroBasket campaign last month, adding to his all-time points, rebounding and blocked shots leader titles.The first
  • Dan Clark announces retirement from playing professional basketball

    Great Britain star Dan Clark has announced his retirement from playing professional basketball, he has revealed to Hoopsfix.
    The London 2012 Olympian, whose final season has ended up being his only one playing domestically – with the Manchester Giants in the BBL – is fresh off becoming GB men’s all-time caps leader during their recent EuroBasket campaign last month, adding to his all-time points and rebounding leader titles.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Dan Clark
  • Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye wins Super Cup title in Austria

    Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye has tasted early season success in Austria after helping Swans Gmunden win the Super Cup title.
    The GB guard – who competed at EuroBasket – contributed 11 points, four rebounds and four assists to his side’s 95-92 triumph over Vienna as the game doubled up as the league opener.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye (@2dlo3)
    It marks another piece of silverware for DLO after winning the DBL playoffs title with Heroes Den Bosch
  • BBL announces 3-year deal with automated video platform WSC Sports

    The BBL have announced a three year partnership with WSC Sports, an automated AI based video company that work with the likes of FIBA, the NBA and ESPN to give fans more content.
    WSC Sports are one of the most experienced and very best content service providers in the world, working with over 250 sports leagues, clubs and organisations across the world.Their automated AI highlights creation system will allow the BBL to deliver content across all of its platforms, clubs, players and to media outl
  • VIDEO: Kiki Herbert-Harrigan shows out on Lions home debut

    Kiki Herbert-Harrigan made an instant impression on home debut for London Lions in the WBBL with a double-double as they completed a double-winning start to the new season.
    The sixth overall pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft finished with a team-high 22 points along with 12 rebounds on 63% shooting from the floor as the Lions defeated Sevenoaks Suns 83-72.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Hoopsfix Women (@hoopsfixwomen)
    The post VIDEO: Kiki Herbert-Harrigan shows out on Lions home debut appe
  • The 2022-23 WBBL season preview

    The ninth season of the WBBL tips off tonight with an indifferent build up to the 2022-23 campaign.
    13 teams recently became 12 following the withdrawal of Gloucester City Queens and there has been a lack of updates from multiple clubs in the off-season.
    Here’s our look through the teams:
    London Lions
    Last season: 24-0 (1st); Winners: Cup, Trophy, Playoffs
    Key returnee: Kennedy Leonard enters a third season with the Lions and will once again be instrumental in orchestrating the offence. Th
  • Chris Grant OBE named new British Basketball Federation Chair

    The British Basketball Federation (BBF) has announced the appointment of Chris Grant OBE as the new Chair of the sport’s national governing body.
    Following a tumultuous summer for the Great Britain national team programmes, Chris, who has worked at the highest levels of sports administration, will take on the huge undertaking for an initial term of four years, starting on 1 November 2022.
    “I am delighted to become Chair of British Basketball,” the former Sport England board mem
  • Deptford Blue Cage basketball courts given spectacular revamp

    An outdoor basketball court in Deptford, South London, has been renovated to make it amongst the best outdoor courts in the country.
    ‘Deptford Blue Cage in Lewisham, formerly a two court space with wooden backboards and typical gravel style concrete surface, has been resurfaced, turned into three courts, with custom post frames, perspex backboards and spring-loaded rings, along with flood lights and an art-court design.
    “Our new basketball court – the blue cage – on Evely
  • Glasgow Rocks rebrand to Caledonia Gladiators amidst lofty ambitions

    After coming under new ownership last month, the Glasgow Rocks have announced their rebrand to the Caledonia Gladiators.
    The new owners, Steve Timoney and wife Alison – who also own the Caledonia Gladiators WBBL franchise (formerly Caledonia Pride) – have a combined net worth estimated at anywhere between £60 million and £100 million and have lofty ambitions for the club including a 6,000 seat arena within the next two years.
    In a long statement release by the club, Steve
  • BBL launches ‘Know Our Name’ campaign ahead of new season

    Building on a 2021-22 season that saw domestic attendance records broken, the BBL are looking to continue the momentum by launching the ‘Know Our Name’ campaign ahead of the new season tipping off on Friday.
    ‘Know Our Name’ is the first official campaign the BBL has done in recent memory, the brainchild of the new Head of Marketing, Joe Edwards who joined the team this summer, and pays tribute to the talent, culture and excitement around the league as it aims to become a
  • GB U16 captain Katie Cox joins Sevenoaks Suns

    GB Under-16 captain Katie Cox has joined Sevenoaks Suns for the upcoming season to get a first chance of playing in the WBBL.
    The talented ’06-born averaged 10.7 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game whilst representing GB at the FIBA U16 Women’s European Championship in Podgorica, Montenegro.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Hoopsfix Women (@hoopsfixwomen)
    Cox had a best of 21 points against Netherlands in the tournament and now joins up with the Suns for the 2022-
  • Tickets for London Basketball Classic go on sale

    Tickets for the first London Basketball Classic are now on sale.
    The event, happening on November 24 and 26 at the Copper Box Arena, will feature four NCAA Division 1 teams, including Princeton Tigers who feature Tosan Evbuomwan, originally from the Newcastle Eagles programme, who was named the unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year last season.
    Ticket prices start at £22, with family and courtside options available, based around sessions that feature two games each – use this exclu
  • Up to 20 Birmingham basketball courts to be renovated as part of CWG legacy

    Basketball England, Birmingham City Council and Sport England have announced a partnership to create a legacy for grassroots basketball off the back of the inclusion of3×3 at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games for the first time.
    A significant financial investment – which is part of a £35million total pot invested into the games – will be made to develop 3×3 and 5v5 basketball participation opportunities by creating and enhancing up to 20 great basketball spaces

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