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US Women top Australia in the Garden to end exhibition tour

The US women wrapped up their exhibition tour in the “Greatest arena in the world” aka Madison Square Garden. Having not really been tested prior to their contest with Australia, many were looking forward to the tilt between the world’s top two teams according to FIBA. The game didn’t disappoint early on, Australia got off to a quick start. A… Read More
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Defense shows it’s teeth in rout of Canada

It was in Uconn Country, maybe not the heart of it, but Bridgeport is still in Connecticut. The home of Husky faithful and a place that truly loves Women’s basketball, the crowd enjoyed a dominant showing from the US National Team. They jumped on Canada early and never looked back, winning in blowout fashion 83-43. It was more of what… Read More
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Canada’s rally falls short, Taylor leads the Australia to victory

From the ┬ástart, the Australian National team looked more poised and wasted little time exerting their will over their Canadian opponents. The sheer size of the Aussies played a huge role in the outcome of this game. From Elizabeth Cambage, to Penny Taylor and Natalie Burton. They weren’t lacking in that department. The Canadian National team didn’t get down on… Read More
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US women use big third quarter to run past France

The Americans used a big third quarter to create some separation from France. After a disappointing first half, full of sloppy play on both ends of the floor, the defensive intensity ratcheted up a few notches. They pushed a one point lead to 17 in the period, starting on the defensive end. Hitting a few of those shots that were… Read More