As one of the Olympic team sports left out of UK Sport's calculations, British Basketball joins together with British Handball and British Volleyball to express its dismay about the UK Sport funding decisions for the Tokyo quadrennial.
Basketball England and the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced today the launch of the 2016-17 Jr. NBA Basketball England League - a secondary school basketball programme for boys and girls ages 11-12.
Molten, the world's leading manufacturer of sports balls and equipment, has renewed its sponsorship with the British Basketball Federation responsible for all British teams playing in FIBA competitions.
Great Britain wrapped up their participation at the FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Division B 2016 on a high note after they signed off their campaign in the Montenegrin capital by defeating the hosts 63-46 to take fifth place.
Great Britain are eyeing up a creditable fifth spot heading into the last day of the FIBA U20 Women's European Championship Division B 2016 in Podgorica after they registered an eye-catching 62-42 triumph against Romania.
February 06th, 2017: British Basketball has secured £1,000,000 of National Lottery funding, from Sport England, to support the delivery of its programmes this year, including its campaign at EuroBasket 2017. The funding will help ensure the Great Britain team receives the preparation it needs, when it competes at EuroBasket 2017 and will provide vital support for other programmes over the 2017-18 funding period.