Iranian basketball player Arsalan Kazemi has claimed the International Basketball Federation's (FIBA) Dunk of the Decade crown after a vote by fans.
National Basketball Association (NBA) confirmed 25 players tested positive for coronavirus in tests conducted as the competition seeks to return at the end of the month.
More than 150 National Federations have taken part in at least one of the International Basketball Federation's (FIBA) webinars over the past few months, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has paid tribute to former President Abdoulaye Seye Moreau after his death at the age of 90.
Retired Argentinian basketball star Manu Ginóbili has said that his former teammate, Luis Scola, deserves to compete for the national team at next year's Tokyo 2020 Olympics ahead of his retirement.
Two-time International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup winner Marc Gasol has announced that the club he owns, Girona Basket, will create Spain's first professional 3x3 basketball team.
Serbian basketball player Nikola Jokić has tested positive for coronavirus after embracing infected tennis legend Novak Djokovic at an event in Belgrade two weeks ago.
A signed high school all-star game undershirt of the late basketball legend Kobe Bryant, has sold for $6,000 (£4,800/€5,300) with a percentage of the proceeds going to charity.
After three days of competition, regional winners of the inaugural International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Esports Open have been confirmed.
A single Nike Air Jordan I shoe and a black Wilson baseball glove, both previously owned by Michael Jordan, have sold at auction for more than $62,000 (£49,000/€55,000).
FIBA President Hamane Niang condemned all forms of racism as he read an open letter to start the organisation's Executive Committee video conference, which took place today.
The shorts worn by Chicago Bulls guard Steve Kerr when he scored the shot which won the 1997 NBA Championship are to be auctioned off.
Virtus has opened the bidding process for its 2021 World Basketball Championships.
Double Olympic basketball champion Jordan donates $100 million to groups fighting for racial equality
Double Olympic basketball champion Michael Jordan is teaming up with his brand Jordan to donate $100 million (£78.8 million/€88.4 million) to groups fighting for racial equality.
Nigerian centre Evelyn Akhator has said that she believes her women's national basketball team can become a top 10 side internationally after a prominent rise in the world rankings.