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Summary

  1. Leicester Riders 81-60 London Lions - 16:00 BST
  2. Earlier: Sevenoaks Suns 69-44 Leicester Riders
  3. Coverage produced by BBL for BBC Sport

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. BBL Play-off Final Preview: Leicester Riders v London Lions

    Just as with the WBBL final, the BBL Play-off Final features the top two sides from the league season as Leicester Riders make their third consecutive appearance against London Lions.

    Riders topped the BBL standings to claim their third straight league title while Lions finished as runners-up to secure their highest ever league finish.

    Lions are appearing in the Play-off Final for the first time since 2015 while the Leicester side come into the game looking to retain the title they won in last year's season finale.

    A victory for Riders will see them complete a league, BBL Trophy and Play-off Final treble for the second year in a row and they booked their place at the O2 with a 166-143 aggregate success over Bristol Flyers.

    Meanwhile, the in-form Lions reached the season finale after an impressive display against Glasgow Rocks which saw them pull off their first win in Scotland since 2009 to win their semi-final 169-155 on aggregate.

    Sundays showcase comes just a week after Riders coach Rob Paternostro was named Coach of the Year for a fifth time, drawling level with the late and legendary Kevin Cadle and Fab Flournoy MBE.

    Tyler Bernardini of Leicester Riders
  2. WBBL Play-off Final Preview: Sevenoaks Suns v Leicester Riders

    The WBBL Play-off Final sees the league's top two clash for the chance to claim silverware as Sevenoaks Suns take on Leicester Riders.

    During the regular season, Suns got the better of Riders to clinch their first ever league title and will now be looking to complete an impressive double by winning their second consecutive Play-off final.

    Suns had little problem booking their spot in the season finale as 23 points from Cat Carr helped them to a 73-48 win over Nottingham Wildcats.

    A double also remains a possibility for Riders as they head to the O2 Arena for the first time after defeating Sheffield Hatters 71-64.

    It comes just one month after they defeated Suns to claim their maiden silverware in WBBL Trophy final.

    Both sides featured heavily in the end of season awards, with Cat Carr of Suns and Dee Hayward of Riders both making the WBBL Team of the Year, while Riders' Great Britain rising star Holly Winterburn was named WBBL Young Player of the Year.

    Sevenoaks Suns v Leicester Riders
  3. BBC Coverage

    Basketball originated, developed and flourished in the United States - but the British game is enjoying a recent surge in attendances at venues across the country.

    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 marks the conclusion of the British basketball season as both the WBBL and BBL campaigns come to an end with the Play-off finals.

    The BBC will be broadcasting both match from the O2 Arena in London, with coverage getting underway at 12:30 BST as the Sevenoaks Suns and Leicester Riders face-off in the WBBL Final.

    That match will be followed by Leicester Riders' meeting with the London Lions in the BBL Play-off Final, which is due to get underway at 16:00 BST.

    Sunday, 20 May

    WBBL Play-off Final - Sevenoaks Suns v Leicester Riders

    12:30 BST - Connected TV, BBC Sport website and app

    BBL Play-off Final - Leicester Riders v London Lions

    16:00 BST - Connected TV, BBC Sport website and app

    Sevenoaks Suns v Leicester Riders
  4. Get Inspired: How to get into Basketball

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    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.

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