'Wild Kyle' ready to step up in NBL
During every Melbourne United home game over the past two NBL seasons, the crowd roared for one player in particular: It wasn't the big names such as Chris Goulding or David Andersen, but the player known as Wild Kyle.
Hawks' Forman ready for NBL season 17
Despite being the final player re-signed from last season's grand final team, Oscar Forman won't let that slow him down as he heads towards his 17th season in the NBL.
NBL goes regional ahead of season-opener
The NBL has revealed its clubs will play eight games in Victoria's Latrobe Valley in an event called the 'NBL Blitz'.
Sooners prevail in Humphries' impressive homecoming
Isaac Humphries has made his first competitive appearance in Sydney colours, playing for a Kings invitational team that was swept aside by a rampant Oklahoma Sooners.
Boomers rout Hong Kong in Asia Cup clash
Australia remain undefeated in basketball's Asia Cup after beating Hong Kong 99-58 in Beirut.
Ex-LA Clipper Leslie signs Kings NBL deal
Former LA Clippers guard Travis Leslie has reportedly been signed by the Sydney Kings for the next NBL season.
Boomers see off Japan in Asia Cup opener
The Boomers have got their Asia Cup campaign off to a strong start with a win over Japan.
New Wildcat joins Cotton's NBL happy place
The Wildcats will be hoping to launch some fireworks from long range this season after sharpshooter Devondrick Walker joined his friend Bryce Cotton in Perth.
NBL teams set for NBA preseason showdowns
Three NBL teams will head to the United States in October for preseason games against NBA opponents in what is an historic moment for Australian basketball.
Enormous opportunity for NBL players.
NBL boss Larry Kestelman and Sydney Kings coach Andrew Gaze talk about the deal to play three pre-season games between NBL and NBA teams in the USA.
Timing didn't work for champions Perth.
NBL boss Larry Kestelman explains why Sydney Kings, Melbourne United and Brisbane Bullets were chosen to play against NBA teams.
'This is no slap and tickle.'
Sydney Kings coach Andrew Gaze explains that the pre-season games between NBL and NBA teams will be taken very seriously.
Ingles and Jazz expect a tough match.
NBA star Joe Ingles says he expects a serious game of basketball when the Utah Jazz host the Sydney Kings in October.
Joe Ingles says a similar opportunity would have been huge when he was a 17 year-old starting out in the NBL. He added that his Jazz teammates know to expect a competitive game - because they know that's just how Aussies are.
NBL owner Larry Kestelman says having NBL teams travel to the US is a bigger accomplishment than having NBA teams come to Australia as it shows how seriously they are treating our league -- using our teams as part of their pre-season preparations.
WATCH - Mills' Island dance moves.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Patty Mills joins indigenous and Torres Strait Island dancers in a cultural display (Footage courtesy Tourism and Events Queensland).
Adelaide roster complete with American import
American import Ramone Moore has filled the last spot on the Adelaide 36ers' roster for the upcoming NBL season.
Sixers sign U.S. forward
The Adelaide 36ers have signed a 203cm US forward for the next NBL season.
I might finish my career in NBL - Delly
Matthew Dellavedova may finish his career in Australia's NBL once his playing days in America come to an end.
Delly sees more players "taking control of their career."
Matthew Dellavedova believes we will continue to see ever-increasing player movement between NBA teams.
Dellavedova hails Thon Maker.
Matthew Dellavedova says the Boomers have a bright future with the likes of Ben Simmons and Thon Maker to join the roster, noting Bucks teammate Maker "is a great kid, he works extremely hard and has an unliveable attitude.
Opals fall to Japan in Asia Cup final
Australia's Opals have been beaten by Japan in the final of basketball's FIBA Asia Women's Cup.
Taipans land former College star for NBL
Cairns Taipans have unveiled a major signing ahead of the looming NBL season with American Dayshon "Scoochie" Smith heading Down Under.
Way too early NBL predictions
The National Basketball League season is more than two months away, and squads are yet to be finalised, but that is not going to stop us from looking at what we have and making some bold predictions.
Get excited for the NBL season.
Take a look back at some of the bigger and better moments from 2016-2017 to get your blood running ahead of the new campaign.
Vickerman keeping cool head
In the lead up to the 2017/18 NBL season, new Melbourne United head coach Dean Vickerman knows he may be in the hot seat, but he's keeping a cool head.
Wildcats sign third American import
The Perth Wildcats have completed their roster for their Championship defence, with the NBL club boasting three Americans on their list.
Derek Cooke struts his stuff.
Former Wyoming Cowboys NCAA player Derek Cook jnr has joined Perth Wildcats having featured for Northern Arizona Suns in the NBA G-League.
36ers boost NBL roster by signing U.S. guard
The Adelaide 36ers have boosted their NBL roster by signing U.S. guard Shannon Shorter to a one year deal.
Opals qualify for FIBA World Cup
Australia's Opals will feature in next year's basketball World Cup after reaching the final four of the women's Asia Cup.
Sydney Kings sign big man Isaac Humphries
The Sydney Kings have bolstered their side with the signing of Australian centre Isaac Humphries for the 2017/18 NBL season.
Boomers 12-man Asia Cup squad announced
With the FIBA Asia Cup a little over 2 weeks away, the Boomers have named their 12-man squad for the tournament with a mix of youth and veteran leaders.