Bendigo Braves is set to host its first home NBL1 match on Friday night at the stadium.
The Braves will host the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence in the first ever NBL1 match to be played on the courts of the Bendigo Stadium.
In addition to the clash between the Braves and the BA CoA, the SEABL 2018 Women's Championship will also be unveiled.
In the first round of the NBL1 last weekend the Braves travelled to Melbourne to play the Tigers.
Coach Megan Moody led the Braves women - champions last year in the final season of the SEABL - to a strong defeat over the Tigers 78-65 at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
And new coach David Hogan led the Braves men with a hard-fought 73-69 win over the Tigers.
Braves men recently announced the signing of American Import Deonte Burton - who hoped to make his debut on Friday on the team's home court.
The Braves women will take to the court at 6pm, followed by the men at 8pm.
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