Winning an Olympic medal has become the norm for the women’s basketball team at the Olympics but the 12-strong team announced today are hoping for something different in Rio.
For a man who just won an NBA title and played a key role at the London Games, you'd think Matthew Dellavedova would be sure of his place in Australia's Olympic basketball team.
The 12 players tasked with bringing home Australia’s first Olympic men’s basketball medal have been finalised for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The Australian women's basketball team have finalised plans for their fourth and final camp on the Gold Coast from July 5-11, at the culmination of which the team for Rio 2016 will be announced.
The loss of three big names hasn't deterred Patty Mills from believing Australia can win it's first Olympic Games medal in men's basketball in Rio.
Australian Olympians have come out in force to celebrate Olympic Day in 2016, visiting schools around the country and posting about their Olympic journeys.
BASKETBALL: The Australian women's basketball team have returned from extensive trips of Japan and Europe and will head back into camp in Canberra from Thursday June 23-Tuesday June 28 as August draws closer.