Sanjana Ramesh living and thriving in 'isolation' in build-up to second season with Northern Arizona University
It’s almost easy to forget that Sanjana Ramesh is just 19. Articulate and mature, the teenager opens up about the awkwardness of giving advice to others, becoming an adult, and growing as a basketball player.
As Harsimran Kaur earns NCAA Division I scholarship, examining how it can help a player break into the WNBA
In July this year, Harsimran Kaur became only the third Indian women’s basketball player to earn a NCAA Division I scholarship. But why is playing in the NCAA Division I a big deal? And how does playing in Div I help a player?
The WNBA season will not start on time next month because of the coronavirus pandemic, and when it begins is unclear.
WNBA announced Thursday that its draft will still be held 17 April as originally scheduled, but without players, fans or media in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Punjab teenager Harsimran Kaur strives to fulfil basketball dream that father had to abandon due to injury
Her father's budding basketball career was cut short due to an ACL injury. Now, Harsimran Kaur is striving to live his basketball dream by making it big.
Asian Games 2018: Joint Korea teams to look for local sports equipment manufacturers due to UN sanctions on Pyongyang
The joint Korean teams will look for local manufacturers of athletic wear due to the UN sanctions on North Korea as a result of human rights violations.
Asian Games 2018: North Korean athletes arrive in Seoul as pre-tournament preparations begin for historic joint teams
The North Korean athletes that will be a part of joint Korean Canoeing, Rowing and Women's Basketball teams in the Asian Games have arrived in South Korea to begin training.
NBA: India is taking the right steps in development of basketball, says senior league official Kim Bohuny
Firstpost got in touch with Kim Bohuny, NBA's senior vice-president for International Basketball Operations, during the recently-concluded Basketball Without Borders Asia camp. Here are some of the excerpts from the interaction.
WNBA legend Ruth Riley, who represented sides such as Detroit Shock and San Antonio Silver Stars in a glittering career, talks about her journey in the sport as well as the growth of the NBA Academy in India.
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
A spokesperson for the Incheon Asian Games (IAGOC) said the players had been asked to remove their hijab before the game, but they refused.