MY BASKETBALL PATHWAY

MY BASKETBALL PATHWAY is a Basketball SA series of stories that showcase the unique and varied pathways through South Australian basketball.

๐™ˆ๐™ฎ ๐˜ฝ๐™–๐™จ๐™ ๐™š๐™ฉ๐™—๐™–๐™ก๐™ก ๐™‹๐™–๐™ฉ๐™๐™ฌ๐™–๐™ฎ is a Basketball SA series of stories that showcase the unique and varied pathways through South Australian basketball. They highlight the incredible achievements of SAโ€™s basketball community, talk about how each individual began in the sport, and best of all, the amazing gifts that basketball has brought to their lives both on and off the court.

Over the next few months weโ€™ll be sharing ten video stories and highlighting many more of our SA basketball community, from players, coaches, referees, volunteers and more.

My Basketball Pathway Stories

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Brett Maher

Brett Maher is a South Australian legend, three-time Olympian, 36ers three-time Championship Player and Basketball SA Community Coach.

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Steph Talbot

She's the Captain of the Adelaide Lightning, an Australian Opal and a WNBA player. Steph Talbot's basketball journey is far from over.

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Scott Ninnis

Scott Ninnisโ€™ love of basketball was in his blood, following in his dadโ€™s footsteps who was part of the great South Adelaide men's Championship teams of the 60s.

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Sam Simons

Sam Simons was destined for basketball success, following in the footsteps of her dad, Andy and mum, Sharon. Samโ€™s basketball journey began as a Forestville Eagles junior 15 years ago.

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David Gould

David Gould OAM is Australian basketball royalty. He never lost sight of his dream to represent Australia despite facing unimaginable hurdles. Quite simply his story is an inspirational.

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Rachael Sporn

Rachael Sporn OAM OLY, is an icon of Australian basketball. She learnt the game growing up in a small country town and went on to become a 5-time WNBL Champion, 2-time WNBL MVP, and three-time Olympian with two silver medals and a bronze medal.