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  1. BBL Preview: London Lions v Glasgow Rocks

    On the back of their highest-ever league finish, the London Lions find themselves on the brink of their first BBL Final since they were defeated by Newcastle at the final hurdle in 2015.

    The regular season runners-up had to rely on double overtime to progress past Worcester Wolves in last week’s two-leg quarter-finals.

    Cory Dixon produced one of the standout individual performances of the season, registering 29 points and 17 rebounds as the Lions reached the last four for the third time in four years.

    Meanwhile, Glasgow Rocks also benefited from a show of individual brilliance to reach the semi-finals, as Earl Brown recorded 23 points to help the Scottish outfit come from behind to defeat Surrey Scorchers 99-75 on the night and 181-159 on aggregate.

    League winners the Leicester Riders take on the Bristol Flyers in the weekend's other semi-final, with the winners booking a place in the final at London's O2 Arena on Sunday 20 May.

    Earl Brown of Glasgow Rocks
  2. BBC coverage

    The BBC is set to broadcast 32 live British Basketball League (BBL) matches this season, including eight games from the British Basketball Women's League (WBBL).

    Today's coverage gets underway at 19:25 BST when the London Lions host the Glasgow Rocks in the first leg of their play-off semi-final.

    Thursday, 10 May

    BBL - London Lions v Glasgow Rocks

    19:25-21:30 BST - Connected TV and online

    William Hall
  3. Get Inspired: How to get involved in Basketball

    Get Inspired


    More than 300,000 people are estimated to play basketball each month in the United Kingdom. All you need is a ball and hoop and there are thousands of outdoor courts across the country where you can play for free, so what are you waiting for?

    The British Basketball League (BBL) season runs from September to April, where you can watch the best players and pick up tips, but basketball can be played indoors and outdoors, making it a sport for all seasons.

    Find your local club by using the club finders for England Basketball, Basketball Northern Ireland, Basketball Scotland and Basketball Wales.