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New Zealand have narrowed down their list of candidates for the Tall Ferns side that will compete at the FIBA Oceania Women's Championship to just 14 players. Coach Kennedy Kereama, hoping to spring an upset in the two-game series against Australia that will be staged 15 August in Melbourne and . . . Read More
Egypt are banking on benefitting from the veteran experience of head coach Sherif Azmy as they search for a victory at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship. The play-caller was at the helm of the country's senior men's national team that finished 14th at the 1994 FIBA Basketball World Cup. . . Read More
Pin Lo is determined to put Chinese Taipei on the map by claiming an elusive victory at the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship. Back in the competition for the first time since 2011 when they participated in Puerto Montt, Chile - the Asian nation are keen to ignite their campaign after two . . . Read More
I am hoping that the 2015 FIBA U19 Women's World Championship is going to be a slow burner and gather some serious momentum down the stretch. That is because the first couple of days have not exactly set pulses racing - more like set alarm bells ringing. Trying to avoid having a knee jerk reaction. . . Read More
the first woman to throw down a dunk in an Olympic women’s basketball game — is back for the Opals but captain Penny Taylor a significant absence. That’s the upshot of Basketball Australia’s release of a 16-player Opals squad from which the overwhelming bulk of next month’s Oceania Series will be. . . Read More
Call it Kia's golden hour. Hamilton's Kia Nurse seemingly willed Team Canada to claim its first ever Pan Am Games basketball gold Monday night. Nurse was the best player on the court and put the unbeaten Canadians on her back, scoring a game-high 33 points to lead Canada to an 81-73 victory over . . . Read More
Everything is on schedule. Canada’s senior national women’s team is healthy, busting at the seams with confidence and staying home to put the finishing touches on a summer for the ages. As thrilling as Monday’s 81-73 win over the U.S. for Pan Am Games gold was, this was just a step. . . Read More
Unfortunately for the U.S., there was another UConn player dominating the game for Canada. Kia Nurse, who started 36 games for UConn as a freshman last season, had 33 points -- more than her two Connecticut teammates combined -- and six rebounds to lead her country back from an early deficit to win. . . Read More



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