Congratulations to the following players on their selection to the Under 20 State Teams. The U20 National Championships is the pinnacle of all age group championships and it is a huge achievement to be representing Queensland at their level.
It is with a great deal of sadness that I advise that Leonard King, the Basketball Queensland, General Manager – Game Development, has tendered his resignation. Leonard has accepted an offer from Basketball New Zealand to be their General Manager – High Performance. Leonard will leave Basketball Queensland on Friday, 8 December 2017
Sean Baker has proven that no obstacle or set back will stop him being able to play basketball. The 15-year-old rising star, whom last year played in the Under 16 State Team for Mackay Basketball, was forced to put his dreams of playing professional basketball on hold after suffering a cardiac arrest during a warm up for a basketball game in July last year.
Nutrition For Players During Competition Season It is important for basketball players to eat well every day – not just on game days, or before a carnival. The foods and fluids consumed by Basketball players of any age can have a big impact on their ability to train and play, and their recovery time. During…
In late September, Basketball Queensland’s Referee Development Manager Madi Crowley was one of two Australian referees selected to attend the 2018 FIBA Melanesia Cup in Papua New Guinea.
Registrations are now open for the Basketball Queensland National State Performance Program (NPP). We now welcome expressions of interest from athletes born in 2003, 2004 and 2005 for the Basketball Queensland National Performance Program NPP. Registrations close Friday 27th October 2017. This program is about Basketball Queensland creating a High Performance culture of excellence and a…
This year Basketball Queensland are sending 12 Coaches on their bi-annual Coaches Study tour to the USA. The tour will depart Brisbane on Sunday 8th October 2017 for 20 days of coach education and invaluable exposure to some of the best High-Performance Basketball Programs. Basketball Queensland have extended the timeframe of this tour from previous years to provide exposure to more programs whilst in the US.
The Vicinity Centres Aussie Hoops program is Basketball Queensland’s junior game development program for primary school aged children. The nationally accredited program encourages kids aged 5 – 10 to live an active lifestyle whilst also fostering a lifetime of involvement in basketball.
In conjunction with Queensland School Sport and Queensland Secondary School Basketball, Basketball Queensland stage the Champion Basketball School of Queensland (CBSQ)