October 1 - Chris Finch will carry on as coach of Britain's basketball team in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics despite leaving Europe to take up a new role in the United States, it has been confirmed.
By Duncan Mackay
September 29 - The future of Britian's basketball coach Chris Finch (pictured) is in doubt after his decision to leave Europe to return home to the United States to take up a new role within the organisation of NBA team Houston Rockets.
September 25 - Luol Deng (pictured) is confident that the injury problems which forced him to miss the Chicago Bulls NBA play-offs last season and Britain's first appearance in the European Championships since 1981 are behind him.
September 14 - Britain are set to be invited to take part in a basketball tournament in India next summer designed to coincide with the 2010 Commonwealth Games and which will be an important part of their build-up for the London 2012 Olympics.
September 13 - Britain are hoping to earn a wild card to compete in next year's World Championships so that they can build on their success in qualifying for the European Championships for the first time in more than quarter-of-a-century.
September 10 - Britain coach Chris Finch (pictured) believes his team have shown they are on the verge of being able to compete at the highest level of the game.
September 9 - Britain's 77-59 loss to Serbia, on the third and final night of preliminary group games in Warsaw, saw them eliminated from the European Basketball Championships.
September 9 - Ben Gordon (pictured) has ended fears that he has changed his mind about playing for Britain's basketball team at the London 2012 Olympics by reaffirming his commitment to the team.
September 8 - Britain tonight came close to pulling off one of the biggest shocks in the history of basketball when they narrowly failed to beat world champions Spain in Warsaw and knock them out of the European Championships.
September 7 - Britain's basketball team pushed Slovenia all the way in their opening group game of the European Championships in Warsaw tonight, but they were unable to make the most of a dominant middle period and eventually lost 72-59.
September 6 - With less than 24 hours until they open their European Basketball Championships campaign Pops Mensah-Bonsu insists Britain are ready and raring to go, although the bookmakers are offering short-odds that they will lose all of their three matches in Poland.
September 5 - Pops Mensah-Bonsu (pictured) will be available to Britain basketball's team for the European Championships, which start in Poland tomorrow, after they were able to name the NBA star in the final squad having agreed to pay a £40,000 insurance policy for him.
BRITISH BASKETBALL has ended its power struggle with an international ban on English players looming that threaten the team's participation in the 2012 Olympics.
LUOL DENG (pictured), currently the world's hottest star in the NBA, has today been named for the first time in Britain's squad that is building up towards the 2012 Olympics.
FAST TRACK has been appointed by British Performance Basketball Ltd as their commercial and event partner, with a view to transforming the sport’s fortunes ahead of the 2012 Olympics.