Britball
Features

More Features

BBL
NBL Men 
NBL Women
Ireland
Scotland
 

 
More..
  
Profiles
Archive Search
The News Wire
 
Interactive
 
News by Email 
Hoopchat 
Frequently Asked Questions 
 
Britball.com Front
 
 
 

 

Britball.com Features








2000-1
Refs under Fire
The confidence which BBL coaches place in the league's officials has dropped to a new low, as our exclusive survey reveals

Blocker Guy seeks Stateside respect
How difficult is it to get into high school in the States? We ask one hopeful

Horri-Bulls a pitiful sight
No longer a NBA powerhouse, Chicago can scarcely believe the slump of the Bulls

Cobbin takes Bullets up and downs in stride
Virgel Cobbin admits that his first season in Birmingham has been a roller-coaster ride 

Old Boys Act looks for way up from Rocks Bottom
Jo-Jo Chambers and Ted Berry have been reunited this season after eight years apart. But as both explain, it hasn't packed the punch that either expected

Q&A: Kevin Cadle
The uncut version of our chat with Sky Sports frontman

Wil to win still strong for Bears star
Life on the south coast has been a change for Wilbur Johnson but we find him upbeat about his present situation

Bunyan's pilgrims bring progress to Falkirk
It was Kevin Cadle who once took Falkirk to the top of the Scottish game. It has taken 15 years more to get them back there.

Lakers double act threaten to break golden dream apart
There's little in common between Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant. But they could share a host of prizes if they can only get along.

Christie earning his Tiger stripes
Once upon a time, it looked bleak for Thames Valley's Tony Christie but the American is enjoying a sophomore renaissance

Fite gives harsh judgement on British game
Ex-Newcastle star Chris Fite looks back on his time in Britain and wonders where the game is going wrong

Dual Deliverance
Nigel Lloyd is combining playing and coaching at Milton Keynes but can he deliver the goods on both fronts? He believes so.

NBA 2001
Clippers not sweet enough for Kandi
Michael Olowokandi explains why life in LA is no bed of roses

Maverick Nash ready to earn his Spurs
Canada's Captain Marvel may be have found a home at the helm of the free-spending Mavs but his heart remains at White Hart Lane
- Season Preview 2001

Pied Piper takes People's Award
In October, Lindsay Lang stepped onto the stage at the Albert Hall after BBC viewers lauded his efforts to develop basketball. We find out more about his achievements

Two Stream Europe
Euroleague v Suproleague: How TV money is driving Europe's biggest clubs out on a limb

Q&A: Simon Kirkland
Basketball England's Chief Executive in the hot seat

Change in rules set to shoot game in new direction
FIBA are trying to speed up basketball but have they got their new rules wrong?

Sister Act proving a hit in Liberty Land
We take a courtside peek at the WNBA's female fan club

Next Generation in thrall to Amaechi Magic
When John Amaechi returns home each summer to hold court in Manchester, his camp attendeess get more than shooting practice from their NBA hero

Ball to assess Eastern Promise
England junior women coach Michael Ball will lead his hopefuls to Central Europe for a month long camp. He tells us his hopes for the trip

The EBBA's future
We ask who governs the guvnors of basketball and explain why having your say is key to future improvements
 

More Features..

Copyright Britball. Download is subject to Britball's Terms of Service.