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A Turkish court has accepted an indictment charging the father of NBA player Enes Kanter with "membership in a terror group", the country's official news agency reported.
Max Darling has been destined for a Tall Blacks singlet, ever since he started dunking a basketball at 12.
The Breakers' backcourt is locked and loaded with the addition of second import Patrick Richard to complete a quartet that new coach Kevin Braswell is excited about unleashing on the Australian NBL.
Globetrotting Kiwi hoops star Corey Webster continues to light up China's National Basketball League.
The Canterbury Rams overcame the ejection of American import Winston Shepard to upset the Southland Sharks 89-77 in Friday night National Basketball League action.
Tall Blacks coach Paul Henare has one eye on the future as he prepares to put his best available Kiwi hoopsters through their paces in a four-day training camp in Wellington from Sunday.
The Nelson Giants have taken the lead in the National Basketball League, with a 96-92 win over the Canterbury Rams in a scrappy game at Nelson's Trafalgar Centre on Thursday night.
OPINION: Steven Adams says he is a "proud" New Zealander, and certainly portrays that image while plying his trade in the NBA with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Kiwi NBA star Steven Adams appears to have made his mind up months ago he was going to once again turn his back on playing for his country in a Fiba international window tailor-made for his inclusion.
For the second straight year, throngs of Golden State Warriors fans turned out for a victory parade to celebrate a team some are calling an NBA dynasty.
Prepare for disappointment Kiwi sports fans. Do not expect to see Steven Adams' name among the prospective Tall Blacks who will prepare for the upcoming round of world cup qualifying games.
A New Zealand Olympics physiotherapist has been credited with helping the Golden State Warriors dominate the United States basketball scene.
Ping pong diplomacy led to a thaw in US-Chinese relations some 45 years ago - but it would be bizarre if human headline hoopster Dennis Rodman could turn court craft into statecraft in Singapore.