The Utah Jazz's Australian players have revealed the transtasman banter that rises to the surface when they meet New Zealand's NBA star Steven Adams.
According to reports out of Australia, Paul Henare is out as New Zealand Breakers coach, having rejected a contract extension from the franchise, a day after the club held their annual awards dinner.
Steven Adams made his presence felt in his return from a one-game absence as the Oklahoma City Thunder strengthened their hold on the fourth seed in the West.
A few big names are missing but the Tall Blacks have named a solid squad for next month's Commonwealth Games.
It may not quite be the big dance, but Sam Timmins is heading to the next best thing.
A match against the Southland Sharks may be just the first on the schedule for Otago this year.
The New Zealand Breakers' title hopes are dead and buried, but it took a mighty effort to finally kill them off.
The New Zealand Breakers are going to need to reach a new level to win their fifth Australian NBL title.
Otago appears set to play the Southland Sharks in an NBL pre-season match.
One of New Zealand’s greatest, Kirk Penney (right), has retired from all basketball. How does he fit in alongside the country’s best? Jeff Cheshire takes a look at what a Tall Blacks...
Mika Vukona and the New Zealand Breakers will have no shortage of reasons to beat Melbourne United in their NBL semifinal series.
The New Zealand Breakers have just taken their biggest shot in franchise history.
The Tall Blacks have confirmed their status as one of Asia's elite teams, with a second impressive win in the span of three days.
The new generation of Tall Blacks have announced their presence on the world stage, and they're not going away any time soon.
Breakers stalwart Kirk Penney will bring a storied and well-travelled basketball career to a close in the coming months.
New Zealand Breakers great Kirk Penney has called time on his career announcing today that he will retire at the end of the NBL season.
Breakers coach Paul Henare rejected suggestions his team was happy to finish fourth and take on minor premiers Melbourne United in the NBL semi-finals.
Kenneth Pestano (16, front), of Sweetnolia, competes for the ball with Matt Pyper (15), of Cavs Front Office, during Basketball New Zealand’s 3X3 Quest Tour in Dunedin’s Octagon yesterday.
With two games to go and their playoff spot sealed, the Breakers are expressing no preference on who they want to meet in the NBL finals.
Basketball might be the most popular sport at Otago secondary schools but attempts to breathe life into the defunct Otago Nuggets have fallen flat.