USA beat Canada in exhibition, 76-51

The U.S. Women’s National Team overcame a slow start to down Canada, 76-51, in an exhibition tonight. Nneka Ogwumike paved the way with 10 points.

Canada turned in a strong performance.

The four players who were cut prior to tonight’s game were Briann January, Danielle Robinson, Chiney Ogwumike and Bria Hartley.

Here’s the rest of the list, including seven who have been playing for the WNBA Finals and who haven’t yet been to camp:

Player WNBA team or college university Position, Height

Seimone Augustus Minnesota Lynx C/F, 6-0
Sue Bird Seattle Storm G, 5-9
DeWanna Bonner Phoenix Mercury G/F, 6-4
Tina Charles New York Liberty C, 6-4
Elena Delle Donne Chicago Sky G/F, 6-5
Skylar Diggins Tulsa Shock G, 5-9
Stefanie Dolson Washington Mystics C, 6-5
Candice Dupree Phoenix Mercury F, 6-2
Sylvia Fowles Chicago Sky C, 6-6
Brittney Griner Phoenix Mercury C, 6-8
Jantel Lavender Los Angeles Sparks C, 6-4
Kayla McBride San Antonio Stars G, 5-11
Angel McCoughtry Atlanta Dream G/F, 6-1
Maya Moore Minnesota Lynx F, 6-0
Nnemkadi Ogwumike Los Angeles Sparks F, 6-2
Odyssey Sims Tulsa Shock G, 5-8
Breanna Stewart University of Connecticut F/C, 6-4
Diana Taurasi Phoenix Mercury G, 6-0
Courtney Vandersloot Chicago Sky G, 5-8
Lindsay Whalen Minnesota Lynx G, 5-9

Coach Geno Auriemma said Sylvia Fowles won’t be joining the team in France this week, for a tournament, while she rests her injuries.

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