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Isaac Humphries drops surprise Christmas EP

Basketballer Isaac Humphries drops surprise Christmas album

Multi-talented Australian basketballer and singer Isaac Humphries has dropped a surprise EP of Christmas songs. Last year, the 25-year-old Adelaide 36er was the first NBL player to come out as gay, in a huge first for his sport. But the athlete’s first love is music, and late last week released the three-track A Merry ‘Little’ …

Isaac Humphries is performing at Fringe

Multitalented basketballer Isaac Humphries headlines Fringe

Multitalented pro basketballer Isaac Humphries is also a singer-songwriter and is headlining his first Fringe festival next year. Last year, the 25-year-old basktetballer was the first NBL player to come out as gay, in a huge first for his sport. But the athlete is also a talented singer and will headline next year’s Adelaide Fringe. …

Basketballer Isaac Humphries is a light green shirt is smiling broadly at the camera. coming out.

Basketballer Isaac Humphries on a year since coming out

Australian basketballer Isaac Humphries chats to QNews about his first year since coming out. The 16th of November 2022 was the most important day of Isaac Humphries’ life.  He had recently joined National Basketball League (NBL) team Melbourne United and they were having their regular training like it was just any other day. However, on …

Isaac Humphries on The Project talking about coming out

Basketballer Isaac Humphries praises NBL’s first Pride Round

The National Basketball League’s first active openly gay player Isaac Humphries has applauded the NBL’s decision to host a Pride Round for the first time. From Wednesday, all NBL courts across the country will feature sponsor Champion’s pride logo as well as a pride progress flag during Round 17. Across nine games, the NBL’s players …

Melbourne United NBL player isaac humphries comes out as gay

Melbourne NBL player Isaac Humphries comes out as gay

Melbourne United NBL star Isaac Humphries has shared he is gay, and become the only openly gay basketballer playing in a top-tier men’s basketball league. The Australian athlete made the announcement in a video shared to his social media accounts, in which he gives a moving speech to his NBL teammates and coaches. “I have …