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Saturday, September 13, 2014
Madrid awaits. Spain doesn't. The gold-medal matchup seemingly everyone wanted in the Basketball World Cup — maybe even some U.S. players — won't be happening. The Spanish were upset in the quarterfinals, ending the predicted No. 1 vs. No. 2 game Sunday on Spain's home court.
United States beat Lithuania to reach basketball world final
Friday, September 12, 2014
France upset Spain 65-52 in front of stunned fans in the quarterfinals of the Basketball World Cup on Wednesday.
France take down Spain 65-52
NBA commissioner Adam Silver says he does not think Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry should be fired for making racist remarks, USA Today reported Wednesday on its website.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Lithuania will have another chance to upset the United States after the two teams set up a semifinal rematch at the Basketball World Cup.
US, Lithuania win to set up World Cup semifinals
Atlanta Hawks president Danny Ferry apologized Tuesday for racial remarks regarding the African heritage of Britain's Luol Deng, comments that led to him being disciplined.
Adding championship experience in the wake of landing superstar LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced Tuesday they have signed forward Shawn Marion, who helped Dallas win the 2011 NBA crown.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
A racist comment about African-born British NBA standout Luol Deng made in a conference call reportedly triggered the chain of events that has forced the sale of the Atlanta Hawks.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Turkey forward Emir Preldzic made his second of two last-minute 3-pointers only 5 seconds from the finish to stun Australia 65-64 at the Basketball World Cup on Sunday, sending the reigning silver medalists into the quarterfinals.
Taiwan's national basketball team has recently renewed its roster for the upcoming Asian Games in South Korea after a naturalized player was deemed not eligible for the national squad as he does not meet the residency rules.
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Monday, September 8, 2014
After a dominating WNBA season, the Phoenix Mercury would seem to be a lock to win the league championship over the Chicago Sky.
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