|FIBA zone||FIBA Africa|
|Appearances||3 (2010, 2012, 2016)|
The Rwanda men's national under-18 basketball team is a national basketball team of Rwanda, administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur "FERWABA".It represents the country in international under-18 (under age 18) basketball competitions.
Kigali is the capital and largest city of Rwanda. It is near the nation's geographic centre in a region of rolling hills, with a series of valleys and ridges joined by steep slopes. The city has been Rwanda's economic, cultural, and transport hub since it became the capital following independence from Belgian rule in 1962.
Rwanda national basketball team is a basketball team that represents Rwanda in international competitions. It is administered by the Rwandan Basketball Federation (FERWABA)
The Hellenic Basketball Federation, is the main basketball governing body for the sport in Greece. It directs and oversees all of the national basketball teams of Greece, including both the junior and senior national teams, of both men and women. From 1969 to 1992, the E.O.K. also solely oversaw the top-tier level men's Greek National Basketball League, before its basic operation was taken over by HEBA, starting with the 1992–93 basketball season.
Carlos Monroe is an American basketball player who was part of the Rwanda national basketball team at the 2009 FIBA Africa Championship. He played for the Florida Atlantic Owls men's basketball from 2005 to 2009.
DaMarcus Ellis is an American basketball player who played for the Rwanda national basketball team at the 2009 FIBA Africa Championship under the name Amandin Rutayisire. He played for Robert Morris Colonials men's basketball between 2001 and 2003.
The South Sudan national basketball team is the national basketball team representing South Sudan. It was established in May 2011, and became a member of FIBA in December 2013.
The 2010 FIBA Africa Under-18 Championship for Men was the 17th FIBA Africa Under-18 Championship for Men, organized by FIBA Africa and played under the auspices of the Fédération Internationale de Basketball, the basketball sport governing body and the African zone thereof. The tournament was held from October 8–17 in Rwanda and won by Egypt.
The Serbia men's national under-18 basketball team is the boy's basketball team, administered by Basketball Federation of Serbia, that represents Serbia in international under-18 men's basketball competitions, consisting mainly of the FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship. The event was originally referred to as the European Championship for Juniors.
The Burkina Faso national basketball team is the national basketball team of Burkina Faso, governed by the Fédération Burkinabe de Basketball.
Sport in Rwanda is supported by the Rwandan government's Sports Development Policy of October 2012. This argues that sport has a number of benefits, including bringing people together, improving national pride and unity, and improving health. The policy identifies challenges to the development of sport in the country, including limited infrastructure and financial capacity. It sets the "inspirational target" that, by 2020, Rwanda should have "a higher percentage of population playing sport than in any other African nation" and be ranked amongst the top three African countries in basketball, volleyball, cycling, athletics and Paralympic sports, and the top ten in football. It also aims to "foster increased participation of people in traditional sports". According to research published by the University of the Western Cape's Interdisciplinary Centre of Excellence for Sport Science and Development, the most popular sports in Rwanda are association football, volleyball, basketball, athletics and Paralympic sports.
The Ethiopia national under-16 basketball team is governed by the Ethiopian Basketball Federation (FTBB).
(Amharic: ኢትዮጵያ የቅርጫት ኳስ ማህበር)
The USA men's national under-19 basketball team, is controlled by USA Basketball, and represents the United States in international under-19 and under-18 basketball competitions.
The Rwanda women's national basketball team represents Rwanda in international competitions. It is administrated by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur (FERWABA).
The Rwanda national under-16 basketball team is a national basketball team of Rwanda, administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur "FERWABA". It represents the country in international under-16 basketball competitions.
The Rwanda women's national under-18 and under-19 basketball team is a national basketball team of Rwanda, administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur "FERWABA". It represents the country in international women's under-18 and under-19 basketball competitions.
The Rwanda women's national under-16 and under-17 basketball team is a national basketball team of Rwanda, administered by the Fédération Rwandaise de Basketball Amateur "FERWABA". It represents the country in international women's under-16 and under-17 basketball competitions.
Olivier Shyaka is a Rwandan professional basketball player. He currently plays for the Espoir BBC Kigali club of the NBL Rwanda.
The National Basketball League is the top professional basketball league in Rwanda. Its season usually runs from November to September. The winners of the NBL season qualify for the qualifiers for the Basketball Africa League (BAL).
Kami Kabange is a Rwandan professional basketball player. Currently he plays for ASB Mazembe and Rwanda.
The Basketball Africa League (BAL) is Africa's premier men's basketball league scheduled to begin play in March, 2020. The league consists of twelve teams, each qualified through their domestic competition, to similar to the formats of the UEFA Champions League and Africa Basketball League. The league is a joint effort between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and FIBA with sponsorship from Nike, Jordan Brand and Pepsi.