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2018 USA Basketball Women’s World Cup Team Officially Unveiled

September 21, 2018
SEATTLE, WA - JULY 22: Sue Bird #10 of the Western Conference All-Stars talks to the media after defeating the Eastern Conference All-Stars during the Verizon WNBA All-Star Game 2017 at KeyArena on July 22, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo: Joshua Huston/Getty Images)
With her selection to the 2018 U.S. squad, Sue Bird (Seattle Storm) became USA Basketball's first five-time USA World Cup Team member, while this year marks a fourth World Cup for Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury). ...
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Sue Bird Ties Tamika Catchings for 10th WNBA All-Star Selection Title

July 11, 2017
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Sue Bird has been named to a WNBA record-tying 10th WNBA All-Star selection, the league announced Tuesday. ...
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Diana Taurasi Named USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year

December 14, 2016
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Diana Taurasi earned an unprecedented fourth USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year award. Taurasi previously earned the honor in 2006, 2010 and 2012. ...
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WNBA All-Star Game 2017 is Coming to Seattle July 22

December 14, 2016
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The Verizon WNBA All-Star Game 2017 will be played in KeyArena on July 22, 2017. This is the first time in the league history that the All-Star Game will be played in Seattle. ...
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Fever’s Tamika Catchings Wins 2016 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award

September 29, 2016
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Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever is the first three-time winner since the award’s inception in 1997. ...
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Seattle Storm Clinches Playoff Spot First Time Since 2013

September 12, 2016
The Storm bench celebrates a three point basket. (Neil Enns/Storm Photos)
The Seattle Storm defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 78-60 on Sunday at KeyArena, clinching a spot in the playoffs with two games to spare. ...
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Breanna Stewart, USA Basketball Teammates Make Top Jersey List

August 31, 2016
WNBA Top Jerseys 2016
Breanna Stewart and the Seattle Storm captured the top spots on the WNBA’s lists of best-selling jerseys and team merchandise. ...
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United States Advances to Gold Medal Game with Win over France

August 19, 2016
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The United States women's basketball team is heading to its sixth straight Olympic gold medal game. ...
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USA Olympic Women’s Basketball Defeats China, Advances to Knockout Stage

August 14, 2016
The U.S. closed out pool play with a commanding 105-62 win over China to remain undefeated as they enter the knockout round. All 11 who saw floor time scored as the U.S. spread out the scoring at a record-setting clip. They dished out 40 assists, a U.S. Olympic record, on 46 field goals. The Americans were able to share the ball with an astoundingly low number of turnovers, just four in the first half and 14 overall. Tiny Charles and Brittney Griner were the biggest recipients of the U.S. generosity, each scoring a game-high 18 points. Griner added 13 rebounds, three assists and a block. Diana Taurasi, who has proven once again to be one of the best women’s basketball players of all-time in the tournament, scored a six points, both on three-pointers, moving within six triples of tying the women’s Olympic record for most three-pointers in a single tournament. She previously set the mark for most threes by a U.S. women’s basketball player in the Olympics. As they head to the knockout round, Taurasi, Sue Bird and Tamika Catchings seem to be well on their way to a record-tying fourth Olympic gold medal. With the victory, the U.S. has won 46 straight games in Olympic play and move to 62-3 all-time in the Games. They’re last loss was in 1992. The win was the fourth time the U.S. has scored over 100 points in the tournament thus far. Elena Delle Donne did not play in the game after receiving an inadvertent elbow from a teammate during warmups. They finish the group phase as the top team in Group B and will play Japan, the fourth seed in Group A, on Tuesday at 10 am ET.
Diana Taurasi, who has proven once again to be one of the best women’s basketball players of all-time in the tournament, scored a six points, both on three-pointers, moving within six triples of tying the women’s Olympic record for most three-pointers in a single tournament.

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