The Glasgow Rocks, the city’s only professional basketball team, will play their final match at Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena on Friday 4 May. They relocate to Glasgow’s stunning £113 million Commonwealth Arena when the new season starts in October.
They meet Leicester Riders on Friday in the British Basketball League (BBL) semi-final first leg play-off. Tip-off is 7.30pm. See their website for details: www.glasgowrocks.co.uk
Currently Rocks have 32 points which puts them four places down from leaders Newcastle Eagles who are at 46 points.
In a farewell event – and as part of their training for the Friday match – Rocks stars Sterling Davis and Gareth Murray among others, will join pupils from Hillhead Primary School for a training session on Wednesday 2 May in the Kelvin Hall.
The Rocks have played at the Kelvin Hall since 2008.