The ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) will be back with a record nine teams this season, organisers announced at a press conference in Manila, the Philippines, on October 17.
Vietnam play Thailand in their first match at the high stakes Southeast Asian Basketball Association (SEABA) Championship on May 13.
The Hanoi Buffaloes sunk Madgoat to place third at the Thailand Basketball Super League in Bangkok on March 26.
The Hanoi Buffaloes came from behind to defeat Mono Thew 91-88 in the semi-final first leg match of the Thailand Basketball Super League in Bangkok on March 18.
Vietnam basketball Saigon Heat team has defeated Singapore Slingers 88-71 to officially earn a ticket to compete in the playoffs of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) in the OCBC Arena.
Jr. NBA, the US National Basketball Association (NBA)’s global development programme for youth basketball players, coaches and league administrators, has returned to Vietnam for a fourth consecutive year.
Hanoi Buffaloes leveled a 1-1 score with Thai powerhouse Hitech in the second play-off match on March 12 in the Thailand Super Basketball League in Bangkok.
Vietnam’s basketball team Saigon Heat are confident of facing defending champions Westports Dragons Malaysia at the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) at 5pm at CIS Arena in HCM City on March 11.
Saigon Heat have jumped to fourth place in the ASEAN Basketball League after their 78-74 win over Alab Pilipinas on their home turf at HCM City’s Canadian Interntaional School Arena on February 26.
Saigon Heat could not extend their winning streak after losing 97-72 to the Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions on their home turf at CIS Arena in HCM City on February 18.
Vietnam’s Saigon Heat are gearing up to defeat Kaohsiung Truth of Chinese Taipei in the elimination round of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) on February 11.
Saigon Heat beat Alab Pilipinas of the Philippines 72-65 during the 2016-17 ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) season at the Almendras Gym in Davao City in the Philippines on February 5.
Saigon Heat found their first win in the ASEAN Basketball League after defeating Kaohsiung Truth 99-86 on January 14 on their home turf in HCM City.
The Vietnamese basketball team Hanoi Buffaloes defeated Dunkin’ Raptors of Thailand 71-70 in the second match of the Thailand Basketball League (TBSL) 2017 in Bangkok on January 8.
Hanoi Buffaloes will compete in the Thailand Basketball Super League with three foreigners.
The Hanoi Buffaloes will take part in the Thailand Basketball Super League, which kicks off on January 7.
VOV.VN - Vietnam Cable Television, or VTVcab, has acquired the rights to broadcast live matches of the National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball league in North America for the 2016-2019 period, according to General Director Hoang Ngoc Huan.
Jr. NBA, the NBA’s global youth development program that promotes basketball participation and an active lifestyle among children, has returned to Vietnam for the third consecutive year beginning March 5.
Saigon Heat enjoyed their first win of the ASEAN Basketball League season on November 14 on their home turf in HCM City.
Vietnam's men's basketball team are ready for the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Singapore.