Sandringham and Kilsyth go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview each match.
Launceston v Geelong go head-to-head in our game of the week, plus we preview each match.
Ballarat's Roy Booker and Launceston's Ally Wilson are the SEABL Players of the Week for Round 1.
Roy Ward takes a look at the highs and lows of SEABL season 2015.
In the first of his weekly columns for Basketball Australia, Roy Ward takes a look at the highs and lows of SEABL season 2015.
Bendigo's women just fell short in overtime, the men missed the finals for the first time in 10 years. Can they redeem themselves?
North West Tasmania and Launceston have both assembled good rosters ahead of the 2015 season, how will they go?
The Lady Chargers made it all the way to the Grand Final in 2014, while the men missed the playoffs. What's in store this year?
Both Dandenong men and women had big seasons in 2014 without much finals success - can they taste success in 2015?
The Nunawading Spectres men and women have both made the finals since 2011 - can they make it five years in a row?
They're the champions from 2014 - so, can they back it up?
There's been wholesale changes at Albury-Wodonga in the off-season - what will we see from them in 2015?
Canberra's men and women didn't feature in the finals last year - can they turn the tables in 2015?
The Sandringham Sabres are pleased to announce the signing of Alice Kunek to the 2015 Women's SEABL Roster.
Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence are ineligible for finals once again in 2015, but can still shape them.