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FIBA Americas: Canada Hands Mexico Its First Loss


Mexico was unstoppable in the first few games until it met a juggernaut called Canada. Andrew Wiggins scored 17 points and Canada handed Mexico its first loss in the FIBA ... Read More »

WNBA Sept. 9 Recap: Mystics Clinch Last Playoff Berth


Ivory Latta came up huge for the Washington Mystics with 25 points, leading her squad to a thrilling 76-72 overtime victory over the Indiana Fever, Tuesday night. Washington trailed 72–68 ... Read More »

EuroBasket 2015 Day 4 Recap: Belinelli Catches Fire


Much of the noise in the ongoing EuroBasket 2015 comes from France, Spain and other traditional powerhouses, but they might have to include another one in the contender shortlist. Italy, ... Read More »

Lithunia Bows To Belgium Because Of This Buzzer-Beater


Belgium may been more known for waffles and the birthplace of the French Fries (fact) rather than basketball, but Monday night is their official hoops night. The country pulled off ... Read More »

Tony Parker Becomes EuroBasket’s All-Time Leading Scorer

Parker of France reacts during their FIBA EuroBasket 2011 final basketball match against France in Kaunas

Tony Parker just hit the proverbial two birds with one stone. The San Antonio Spurs point guard became the leading scorer in the history of the EuroBasket in France’s 69-66 ... Read More »

FIBA Americas 2015: Argentina, Mexico Stay Unblemished


It took another stellar performance from Luis Scola to help make Argentina stay unbeaten at the ongoing 2015 FIBA Americas Championship. Scola scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to ... Read More »

EuroBasket 2015 Day 2: Bjelica Layup Sinks Germany


Serbia and Germany figured in a tight contest Sunday night but Nemanja Bjelica’s difficult floater became the marginal basket as the Serbs edged the Germans, 68-66. In a later Group ... Read More »

EuroBasket 2015 Day 1: Germans, Dutch Prevail


Germany 71, Iceland 65 It was awfully close but Germany’s experience proved too much in the end. Dirk Nowitzki and Dennis Schroder scored 15 points apiece to lead the Germans ... Read More »

Kevin Durant Names All-Time Starting 5 (And Doesn’t Include Himself)


Kevin Durant is in Madrid right now promoting his shoe, the KD 8, and like most international trips, he’s bound to get asked a few questions. One of the more ... Read More »

Canada Beats Puerto Rico; Mexicans Rule

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Canada 112, Puerto Rico 92 It’s not how you start but how you finish. After tasting defeat in their first game of the tournament, Canada bounces back with three consecutive ... Read More »