Sunday, November 18, 2018

World Cup, day one results

Big games today: Perfect shooting from Nneka Ogwumike led the U.S. past Senegal, 87-67. Liz Cambage conducted a clinic in Australia's 86-68 win over Nigeria, with...

Refreshed Ogwumike leading National Team into World Cup competition

As the National Team worked through practices and scrimmages the last few weeks, in preparation for FIBA World Cup competition, a veritable rookie held...

World Cup Tournament to tip off shortly

World Cup storylines: The U.S. is taking aim at the title. New faces and new pressure for America this time around. Newcomers are joining legends on the...

Quiet period odds and ends

World Cup news: The USA's World Cup team was unveiled. Team Australia coach Sandy Brondello will fight through injury woes. WNBA news: Biggest questions in the offseason. "What a...

No games pause for the news cause

Tomorrow's game schedule and previews: The Fever and Aces enter their match up with one combined win. The Mercury seek their sixth straight win in Dallas. The...

New uniforms; National Team pounds China

The WNBA unveiled their new Nike uniforms today. They were designed with the women's game in mind. Photos. USA Basketball: The National Team routed China, 83-46, in an...

National Team gears up for exhibition game

USA Basketball news: The National Team's roster is set for tomorrow's exhibition game against China. Sights and sounds from training camp. Photo gallery. WNBA player news: A chance to...

Five days until WNBA training camp opens

WNBA team news: The Atlanta Dream have had an offseason of change. WNBA player news: Candace Parker is finished with USA Basketball. Sun guard Rachel Banham is happy,...

A bit of USAB 3X3

WNBA news: The league recaps the biggest offseason moves. Keep up to date with the latest transactions. College coach news: South Dakota coach Dawn Plitzuweit's contract has been...

Another day of amazement

Upsets: South Florida upended #13 Ohio State, 84-65, on the strength of Kitija Laska's career-high 41 points. LSU knocked off #14 Texas A&M, 80-78, for their...
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