Tokyo Olympics 2020: Coronavirus cases in India forces postponement of FIBA 3x3 Basketball Olympic qualifiers in Bengaluru
The FIBA 3x3 basketball Olympic qualifying tournament, scheduled to be held in Bengaluru from 18 to 22 March, was on Wednesday postponed in view of the coronvirus outbreak.
RFI sorts out elections controversy, Rajlaxmi Singh Deo, MV Sriram appointed as president, secretary-general
In the RFI elections held on 6 December in Hyderabad, Rajlaxmi and Sriram were elected as president and secretary-general, respectively
IOA appoints Basketball Federation of India president as observer for Rowing Federation of India's elections
Batra's move to appoint the observer came after he took a dig at IOA secretary general Rajeev Mehta for "unilaterally deciding to cease RFI election process".
Satnam Singh Bhamara handed provisional suspension by National Anti-Doping Agency for failing dope test
23-year-old Satnam Singh Bhamara has failed an out-of-competition test conducted in Bangalore by the National Anti-Doping Agency during the preparatory camp for the South Asian Games
Three basketball players involved in alleged drunken brawl in Bengaluru; BFI forms committee to probe
The Basketball Federation of India(BFI) has constituted a committee to investigate into the alleged drunken brawl involving three top hoopsters, who are attending a training camp
NBA India Games 2019: League commissioner Adam Silver says they are considering starting a league in India in five years
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced that the league was giving serious consideration to starting a league in India in the next five years.
FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2019: Dismal campaign proves directionless Indian basketball needs major overhaul and long-term vision
The India women's basketball team is stuck in a rut, where it is much better than Division B teams like Malaysia and Thailand, but also much worse than fellow Division A teams like China and Japan
Veselin Matic interview: India’s new basketball coach says he’s ‘ready to fight for development of game’
India's men's basketball team's coach, Veselin Matic, talks to Karan Madhok, about beating India while coaching Syria, taking over the Indian team and his biggest challenges with the men's team:
Asian Games 2018: Indian Olympic Association directs sports federations to send equal number of male and female support staff
The Indian contingent at the Asian Games 2018 will be accompanied by an equal number of male and female support staff, according to a directive issued by the Indian Olympic Association to the National Sports Federations.
NBA, FIBA and Basketball Federation of India to host second Basketball Without Borders camp in New Delhi
India will host a Basketball Without Borders youth development camp drawing players from throughout Asia from 30 May to 2 June at the NBA Academy in New Delhi
Commonwealth Games 2018, men's basketball preview: India will rely on frontcourt players to shine at Gold Coast
India’s biggest advantage at the Commonwealth Games will be size. Between Amjyot, Amritpal, Satnam and Annadurai, the team has a glut of capable frontcourt players.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Sushil Kumar, Jitu Rai, Heena Sidhu among Indian athletes yet to get Australian visa
With two weeks to go for the Commonwealth Games, there are over a hundred members of India’s contingent who still haven’t received visa approval for their travel.
18 for '18: From Amjyot Singh's stint in NBA G-League to Asian Games, things to look forward to in Indian basketball
This year presents a packed calendar of events for the game to continue growing on and off the court. Here are 18 things to look forward to in Indian basketball for 2018.
How Indian women’s basketball coach Zoran Visic helped U-16 team take a leap forward at FIBA Asia Championship
Under coach Zoran Visic, India dominated the second-tier of the competition, winning all of their games in comfortable fashion and securing a qualification to Division A.
India's women's basketball team promoted to Division A of Asia Cup after beating Kazakhstan in a thriller
For India, the scoring came from a balanced team effort. Shireen was on her aggressive best, while Paul Durai and Raspreet created space to knock down their jumpers
Basketball Federation of India now recognised by sports ministry, says BFI secretary-general Chander Mukhi Sharma
Earlier this month, the Indian Olympic Association had granted affiliation to the BFI faction led by K Govindaraj, which was recognised by the world governing body (Fiba).
Four senior members of the Indian basketball team have been invited by the National Basketball League (NBL), the professional basketball league of Australia, to participate in the NBL Draft combine.
With an aim to end the ongoing dispute in Basketball Federation of India (BFI), the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has convened a meeting between the two warring factions