Hayley McGoldrick
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FIBA-Americas
Everything you need to know for the FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers
Hayley McGoldrick
Canada is on the verge of clinching a spot in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, playing two games on home soil in Edmonton against Venezuela, who are right behind Canada in the standings, and Panama.
Canadian Joshua Palmer looking to help Chargers take next step as contenders
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FIBA Women's World Cup Takeaways: USA continues dominance, Canada has bright future
Hayley McGoldrick
With 12 nations competing over an 11-day span, and Canada finishing fourth out of the pool of contenders, here are four takeaways from one of the most prestigious competitions in women’s basketball.
FIBA Women's World Cup Takeaways: Canada cruises into semifinals
Hayley McGoldrick
With the three veterans present for Canada — Natalie Achonwa, Bridget Carleton and Kia Nurse — the team showed off their depth as they coasted to a 19-point win over Puerto Rico.
FIBA Women's World Cup Takeaways: Canada stymied by Australia's defence
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FIBA Women's World Cup Takeaways: Nirra Fields dominates to keep Canada undefeated
Hayley McGoldrick
After a 12-point performance in Canada's opener of the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup, Nirra Fields took it one step further and put up a 17-point, six rebound performance as Canada dominated France 59-45.
One player to watch on every team at 2022 FIBA Women's World Cup
Hayley McGoldrick
Just over a year after the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games, and just days removed from the WNBA Finals, the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 is taking place in Sydney, Australia, with 12 teams competing for the prestigious trophy. Here is one player to watch from each of the 12 teams competing in the tournament.
Aces claim first WNBA title thanks to Riquna Williams' fourth-quarter heroics
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WNBA Game 3 takeaways: Sun's dynamic full-team effort forces Game 4
Hayley McGoldrick
From watching prime Jonquel Jones face off against fellow MVP winner A'ja Wilson, to watching Alyssa Thomas do everything one possibly can on the court, here are four takeaways from Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.