Basketball Association of Singapore: Official site of the Basketball Association of Singapore, which has been promoting basketball in Singapore since 1925.
Basketball Without Borders: Basketball without Borders is a global basketball development and community relations outreach progamme that promotes leadership, education, sportsmanship and healthy living, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.
BBAXN: BBAXN is an organisation committed to revolutionising amateur basketball in Singapore. It offers a platform for individuals, small and large companies, and social groups, to network and improve their physical fitness while enjoying one of the world's most popular sports.
FIBA: Official site for FIBA, the International Basketball Association. Includes press releases, rules and regulations, promotions and FIBA partners, latest results and upcoming events.
Inside Hoops: Updated several times a day, 365 days a year, Inside Hoops features scores and stats, key news and trade rumors, player and team rankings and analysis, exclusive interviews with players in the pro and amateur basketball world, professional analysis and fun editorials.
International Schools Invitational Basketball League (ISIBL) : Established in 1993, the ISIBL aims to offer organised, competitive basketball competitions to the students of schools in Singapore.
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF): The IWBF is in the business of developing and supporting the sport of wheelchair basketball throughout the world.
JUMPSHOT: Get the inside scoop on the basketball scene in Singapore with the nation's first magazine dedicated to basketball. Previously known as Draw & Dish magazine.
NBA (National Basketball Association): Official site of the NBA. Includes news, features, multimedia, player profiles, chat transcripts, schedules and statistics.
NBL: Official site of the National Basketball League.
Singapore Slingers: Singapore's first professional basketball team, comprising an international line-up of 12 players including seasoned players from America, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Handball Federation Singapore: The national governing body for handball. Its mission is to collaborate with various stakeholders and extend the growing potential of handball in Singapore.
National Registry of Coaches: The National Registry of Coaches (NROC) is a database of coaches who are recognised by the Singapore Sports Council to be certified and competent in coaching.
Netball Singapore: As the national body for netball, Netball Singapore's mission is to encourage, promote and develop the sport of netball in Singapore. The association supports 50 multi-team club members, and over 260 schools in Singapore have netball in their curriculum. Its target is to become one of the world's top 10 netball teams by 2011.
Singapore Amateur Cycling Association: A nonprofit organisation affiliated with the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) in the promotion of cycling as a sport and a form of exercise for Singaporeans of all ages.
Singapore Disability Sports Council: Singapore's national disability sports organisation which reaches across all disability groups, offering a wide range of sports at both elite and non-elite levels.
Singapore National Olympic Council: The Council aims to develop and protect the Olympic Movement in Singapore. Besides encouraging the development of high-performance sports, it also selects and co-ordinates national representation by Singapore athletes in major regional and international games like the Olympics, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and SEA Games.
Singapore Silat Federation: Formed in 1976, the Federation aims to promotes silat in the country, and organises tournaments for the benefit of its members.
Singapore Sports Council: The main function of the Singapore Sports Council is to promote sports participation to all Singaporeans. It operates various sports facilities in Singapore.
Launched in April 2001, Team Singapore is aimed at making sports a winner in Singapore. It is about Singaporeans striving together for sporting excellence for Singapore.