Since its formation in 2006 to enable Great Britain teams to compete in FIBA and FIBA Europe international competitions, British Basketball has delivered significant progress on the court as evidenced by an unprecedented six appearances in European Championship finals by the GB men and women, first time appearances in A Division, medals at age group levels and our significant climb in world rankings during that time.
Great Britain women's head coach Peter Buckle has been reflecting to gbbasketball.com on a summer which not only saw him clinch a spot at EuroBasket Women 2015 with the senior team, but also pick up the reins of the under-20 women for the first time.
Following a successful inaugural European Championship campaign at Division-A for Great Britain under-20 men that resulted in an 11th place finish, gbbasketball.com recently got the opportunity to catch up with Head Coach Douglas Leichner to reflect on the 2014 tournament, playing in A-Division, the players and the future.
The Great Britain women's programme has been handed a significant boost after marquee player Johannah Leedham confirmed with gbbasketball.com that she can't wait to return and spearhead the challenge for a place at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Devon van Oostrum insists that he has what it takes to help lead GB basketball to victory in their EuroBasket qualification games against Iceland and Bosnia and secure his team's place in their fourth finals in a row next summer.
British Basketball has announced that BT Sport - the exclusive home of the NBA on UK television - will broadcast Great Britain's EuroBasket 2015 home qualifiers, in a deal agreed with British Basketball.
A Whitney Allen jump shot with three seconds remaining helped Great Britain's under-20 women to a second win at the FIBA Europe Championship in Sofia, Bulgaria on Wednesday 9 July, as they beat Portugal by the narrowest of margins, 58-57.
Great Britain under-20 Women played another hard fought and close game in Sofia earlier today, Monday 7 July and were unfortunate to lose out to Germany, 58-69, in their fourth game of the Division B FIBA European Championship for Women.
While continuing to evolve and still enhancing their reputation around the world, Great Britain senior women face a tricky task in maintaining their dream of reaching the Olympic Games in Rio next year.