Scotland Academy Squads Announced

U16 and U18 Men’s and Women’s Squads Announced Ahead of Tri-Nations Tournament BasketballScotland have announced the Academy squads that will take part in a Tri-Nations tournament in Manchester where they will face teams from England and Wales. The four squads will be led by coaches Eoghann Dover, John Kerray, Donnie Continue Reading

Pride Add Bailey Ahead of New Season

Caledonia Pride sign American Guard Brooke Bailey Singing news came to light last night that Scotland’s professional Women’s side, Caledonia Pride have signed US College Star Brooke Bailey. Bailey is a graduate of Truman State University where she spent 4 years playing for the Bulldogs. A hero of the programme, Continue Reading

New Signings Get First Wins on the Board

Falkirk and Edinburgh pick up first wins of the season under impressive debuts Falkirk Fury and Edinburgh Kings opened their seasons at home on Friday night, both in front of capacity crowds at Grangemouth and Portobello respectively. With Fury taking on St Mirren, the Grangemouth crowd was set for a Continue Reading

SBC Sponsor on Board for basketballscotland

Soho Wealth Agree to Two Year Naming Rights Deal with BasketballScotland. Late last week, news broke on the deal drawn between basketballscotland and Edinburgh based finance loans company, Soho Wealth. The deal will be a two year naming rights sponsorship agreement between the two parties to bring both the SBC Continue Reading

Christie, Lions and Myerscough spoil Super Sunday for Scottish Basketball, Rocks conquer for Final appearance

Scottish Premier Basketball takes 1 win from 3 behind Historic Achara performance Last Sunday saw Scotland’s two professional sides, Rocks and Pride, take to the court in BBL and WBBL action respectively. Also representing Scotland, Edinburgh Kings U18 Men hosted a historic game versus Myerscough Academy, in the first ever Continue Reading

Mid-Season Round Up: How things stand at Christmas

The Ultimate Review of Scottish Hoops Watch the tape here. It has been a busy start to the 2018-19 season, after all of the Scottish Summer success within the Great Britain National teams, watching Scotland create history at the Gold Coast Commonwealth games, it was time to come back down Continue Reading