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The third day of competition in the FIBA Americas Women’s championship had every undefeated team of the tournament adding to the win column. Argentina, Brazil, Canada and Cuba were all winners in the third day. In a very physical game, Cuba was able to defeat Puerto Rico by a score of 65–58. The . . . Read More
Argentina has so far been, along with Canada, the most dominating team of the 2015 FIBA Americas Women’s Championship. In their first two outings, the South Americans have defeated both Ecuador and Virgin Islands by a combined 59 points, due to an effective 53.8% from the field (best of the . . . Read More
So often in sport one door closes and another opens. Australian Opals guard Tess Madgen experienced that first hand when a sudden end to her rookie WNBA season saw her instantly become available for the Opals' Rio Olympic qualifying series starting at Rod Laver Arena on Saturday night. Madgen, who. . . Read More
Venezuela is officially on the scoreboard of the 2015 FIBA ​​Americas Women's Championship after beating a tough and resilient Virgin Islands team by a score of 69-62 in a game that also served as an introduction of Roselis Silva to the continental stage. The Venezuelan point guard put on a show. . . Read More
The second day of the 2015 FIBA Americas Women’s Championship had the hosts Canada adding a win to their now 2-0 undefeated record and Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba getting their first win of the competition. The game of the day had the most spectacular performance of the competition so far when. . . Read More
New Zealand have finalized their squad for the upcoming FIBA Oceania Women's Championship series with Australia. The Tall Ferns and Opals will face each other in Melbourne 15 August and then two days later in Tauranga with the winner clinching a berth in next year's Rio de Janeiro Games and the. . . Read More
Shona Thorburn’s beautiful half-court no-look pass for the easy layup was a testament to her basketball smarts, and her three-pointer from the top of the arc a few seconds later was as smooth as any made by her team in two days. Kia Nurse going coast-to-coast to finish an open layup was her athleti. . . Read More
OPALS coach Brendan Joyce is drawing a line underneath Liz Cambage’s controversial exclusion from the team’s Olympics qualifiers this weekend, saying positives will be found despite the star’s absence. Cambage was left out of the two-game series against New Zealand after failing to complete a . . . Read More



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