FIBA has cleared the Boomers of tanking during a loss to Angola at the World Cup in September.
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Australia has been cleared of tanking in its shock loss to Angola in the FIBA World Cup in September.
The Boomers were accused of attempting to manipulate the draw by deliberately losing to Angola during to avoid a quarter final match up with the United States.
However basketball’s governing body FIBA cleared the Australians of any wrongdoing.
“We are very happy to announce that our investigation has cleared Australia of violating the Internal Regulations,” FIBA Secretary General and International Olympic Committee Member Patrick Baumann said.
“As one of our most active national member federations across men’s, women’s and youth basketball, we know we can count on Basketball Australia to wholeheartedly endorse the principles of fair play and ethical behaviour outlined in FIBA’s Code of Conduct and Fair Play.”
Australia was eliminated by Turkey in the round of 16, with the powerful USA side going on to win the tournament.