Two years ago

BA has ambitions to secure FIBA events

Basketball Australia has developed an ambitious plan to bid for some of the biggest tournaments in world.

The moves will look to bring some of FIBA's biggest events to Australian shores, including the 2021 Asian Cup, the 2022 World Cup for Women, and the 2027 World Cup for Men. The ambitious schedule has been constructed after initial plans of a possible bid for the 2023 World Cup for Men were dropped in favour of a grander vision.

Basketball Australia’s ambitious plans to bid for major FIBA events

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Two years ago

Nice vision but BA are useless unfortunately :(

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Two years ago

Agreed, they can't even get simple communication issues or general transparency right when it comes to National junior teams going to events.
Can't see how they would ever host one

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Two years ago

They can't get the WNBL running properly and they want to bring the women's World Cup here? Fucking LOL

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