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  1. #41
    There were some thoughts that this game could be tough for the USA U19 Men's team, but they took an early lead against Lithuania on their way to a 102-84 win.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...A#tab=boxscore

    In the other Group A game, New Zealand came back late to beat Senegal 66-64. Incoming collegians helped their team win as Kruz Perrott-Hunt had 14 points and James Moors had 10 points while current DII player Oscar Oswald had 11 points and 6 rebounds.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...l#tab=boxscore

    In Group B, Mali continued their impressive tournament with a 71-70 win over Canada with good games from the Drame twins as Hassan had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Fousseyni had 12 points and 15 rebounds while Abdramane Camara, whose next destination is unclear after his prep career, had 10 points. Ohio prepster Keon Ambrose-Hylton had 16 points and A.J. Lawson of South Carolina had 11 points in the loss. Australia bounced back and beat Latvia 81-52 with 15 points and 10 rebounds from St. Mary's signee Kyle Bowen.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...i#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    In Group C, TCU signee Francisco Farabello had 15 points in Argentina's 77-72 win over the Philippines. Russia ended the day with an 83-75 win over hosts Greece.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    Group D play started the day and France rolled again, this time past China 119-56 as Gonzaga's Joel Ayayi had 10 points and 6 rebounds. Serbia looked to be cruising early, but then Puerto Rico fought back and they barely held on to a 75-74 win as Gonzaga's Filip Petrusev had 23 points and 10 rebounds. Gonzaga featured on the other side too as their future player Julian Strawther had 22 points and 6 rebounds, Jorge Torres had 11 points and 7 rebounds, and Victor Rosa had 11 points as most of the roster has spent time in the states part of the United States.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...o#tab=boxscore

    EuroBasket Women finished their Group Stage today, which means that Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Turkey, and Belarus have been eliminated. I wrote about all of the day's games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2...y-3-june-30th/

  2. #42
    The USA U19 Men's team finishes group play against Senegal at 9am ET on Tuesday and can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgKrOGXPxWY

    Two teams gave themselves two shots at the women's tournament at the Olympics as Sweden eliminated Latvia and Great Britain eliminated Montenegro. Two more elimination games will be played tomorrow.

  3. #43
    The USA U19 Men's team finished up the group stages with an 87-58 win over Senegal. Cheikh Faye, who has spent time in junior college, had 12 points in the loss.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...A#tab=boxscore

    The next game will be Wednesday at 6:15am ET and can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tIU6hgKTMQ

    The other game in the group was for second place and it was a mild surprise with New Zealand edging Lithuania 77-75. Players with college plans figured in the win as Flynn Cameron had 14 points and 7 rebounds, James Moors had 12 points, Kruz Perrott-Hunt had 11 points and 7 rebounds, and Max de Geest had 11 points.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    Standings: United States 3-0, New Zealand 2-1, Lithuania 1-2, Senegal 0-3

    Australia prevented Mali from winning Group B after hanging on to an 82-79 win despite 20 points and 7 rebounds from Gonzaga signee Oumar Ballo and 17 points from Pitt-bound Abdoul Coulibaly. That left the door open for Canada to win and take the tiebreaker, but they barely managed to get the result they needed fending off Latvia 78-76 with 22 points and 17 rebounds from Seton Hall signee Tyrese Samuel and 19 points and 12 rebounds from prepster Charles Bediako.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Canada 2-1, Australia 2-1, Mali 2-1, Latvia 0-3

    Argentina won Group C with a strong second half against hosts Greece to get a 73-68 win though Texas A&M Corpus Christi signee Aristotelis Sotiriou did have 11 points and 7 rebounds. Russia finished behind them with a 92-64 win over the Philippines.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Argentina 3-0, Russia 2-1, Greece 1-2, Philippines 0-3

    The titanic Group D clash for the top spot went to Serbia 85-76 over France as Filip Petrusev had 18 points and 13 rebounds to beat his Gonzaga teammate Joel Ayayi, who had 33 points. China avoided last place as a ridiculous statline from Guo Haowen was a part of their 99-94 win over Puerto Rico. In the loss, another Gonzaga name Julian Strawther had 35 points and Jorge Torres had 18 points and 9 rebounds and Andre Curbelo had 17 points and 13 assists among other players who played high school basketball on the mainland.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...o#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Serbia 3-0, France 2-1, China 1-2, Puerto Rico 0-3

    Bracket:
    United States vs Latvia
    Russia vs China
    Lithuania vs Australia
    Philippines vs Serbia
    New Zealand vs Mali
    Argentina vs Puerto Rico
    Senegal vs Canada
    Greece vs France

    Belgium beat Slovenia and Russia beat Italy at EuroBasket Women to keep their Olympic hopes alive. I wrote more about the games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2...-july-1st-2nd/

  4. #44
    The USA U19 Men's team started the knockout round games by beating Latvia 116-66:
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    Mali beat New Zealand 77-62 as they look to make history, getting 15 points and 17 rebounds from Gonzaga signee Oumar Ballo, 12 points and 8 rebounds from St. Peter's signee Fousseyni Drame, and 11 points and 13 rebounds from Pitt signee Abdoul Coulibaly while Colorado State signee James Moores had 12 points and 7 rebounds and Long Beach State signee Max de Geest had 11 points. Russia beat China 96-83 to set up a game against the United States. Puerto Rico shocked group winner Argentina 77-57 as Gonzaga commit Julian Strawther had 15 points and 10 rebounds, New York high schooler Andre Curbelo had 14 points, and New Hampshire prepster Dyondre Dominguez had 12 points. Lithuania beat Australia 91-74 despite 17 points and 8 rebounds from Creighton's Samson Froling and 16 points and 7 rebounds from LMU signee Keli Leaupepe. Filip Petrusev of Gonzaga had 17 points and 8 rebounds in Serbia's 87-60 win over the Philippines. The two current collegians led Canada as South Carolina's A.J. Lawson had 31 points and 7 rebounds and Damion Squire of UC Davis had 18 points while prepster Charles Bediako had 10 points and 6 rebounds in their 90-79 win over Senegal, which got 24 points from junior college player Cheikh Faye. France ended the day by eliminating hosts Greece 77-46 with 11 points from Gonzaga's Joel Ayayi as Texas A&M Corpus Christi signee Aristotelis Sotiriou had 12 points and 7 rebounds in the loss.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...i#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...o#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    Brackets:

    Quarterfinals:
    United States vs Russia
    Lithuania vs Serbia
    Mali vs Puerto Rico
    Canada vs France

    Consolation:
    Latvia vs China
    Australia vs Philippines
    New Zealand vs Argentina
    Senegal vs Greece

  5. #45
    Jack White was voted as team captain by his teammates ahead of the World University Games. He had 5 points and 6 rebounds in 21 minutes in a 92-64 loss to Israel. Dejan Vasiljevic of Miami had 14 points and Tanner Krebs of St. Mary's had 10 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.0.pdf

    The USA U19 Men's team faces Russia next at 11am ET on Friday and can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2Eac_0scB0

    The EuroBasket Women quarterfinals were played and Great Britain, Spain, France, and Serbia won to also keep their Olympic hopes alive. I wrote more about the games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2...nals-july-4th/

  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by awhom111 View Post
    Jack White was voted as team captain by his teammates ahead of the World University Games. He had 5 points and 6 rebounds in 21 minutes in a 92-64 loss to Israel. Dejan Vasiljevic of Miami had 14 points and Tanner Krebs of St. Mary's had 10 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.0.pdf

    The USA U19 Men's team faces Russia next at 11am ET on Friday and can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2Eac_0scB0

    The EuroBasket Women quarterfinals were played and Great Britain, Spain, France, and Serbia won to also keep their Olympic hopes alive. I wrote more about the games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2...nals-july-4th/
    Go, Jack!

    -jk

  7. #47
    Jack White had 5 points in 10 minutes before fouling out in Australia's 105-62 win over Mexico at the World University Games. Dejan Vasiljevic had 20 points, Stanford's Isaac White had 15 points, Tanner Krebs had 12 points, and Jonah Antonio, who played in junior college last season and has signed for UNLV, had 11 points. In the loss, ex-UTEP player Juan Venegas had 10 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.0.pdf

    The USA U19 Men's team won their quarterfinal game 95-80 over Russia after a strong first half.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    They are in the second semifinal, which will be on at 1:30pm ET on Saturday and can be seen on ESPN+.

    We were destined to have one surprise team in the semifinals and it was Mali, which beat Puerto Rico 84-74 with 22 points from St. Peter's signee Foysseyni Drame and 21 points and 17 rebound from Gonzaga signee Oumar Ballo. The other team had a number of players with high school experience on the mainland as Victor Rosa had 21 points, Julian Strawther had 12 points, and Jorge Torres had 11 points and 9 rebounds. The most anticipated matchup lived up to the hype as it took overtime for Lithuania to beat Serbia 92-85 as Gonzaga's Filip Petrusev had 16 points and 15 rebounds in the loss. A thriller also ended the day as Gonzaga's Joel Ayayi had 25 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists to lead France past Canada 85-80. In the loss, Seton Hall signee Tyrese Samuel had 14 points and 8 rebounds, South Carolina's A.J. Lawson had 14 points, Santa Clara signee Jaden Bediako had 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Cal signee Joel Brown and Wake Forest signee Jahcobi Neath had 10 points each.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...o#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    The day started in the consolation bracket with Latvia beating China 87-84. TCU signee Francisco Farabello had 13 points and 7 assists in Argentina's 84-79 win while South Dakota signee Kruz Perrott-Hunt had 26 points and 8 rebounds. The only game that was not close was Australia's 82-60 win over the Philippines as Samson Froling of Creigton had 13 points and 7 rebounds, Virginia's Kody Stattmann had 11 points, and Eastern Washington signee Tyler Robertson had 10 points. It took two overtime to resolve the last game as Greece beat Senegal 102-97 as junior college player Cheikh Faye had 10 points in the loss.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...s#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    Brackets:

    Semifinals:
    United States vs Lithuania
    Mali vs France

    5th Place:
    Russia vs Serbia
    Puerto Rico vs Canada

    9th Place:
    Latvia vs Australia
    Argentina vs Greece

    13th Place:
    China vs Philippines
    New Zealand vs Senegal

  8. #48
    Jack White had 8 points and 8 rebounds in 23 minutes as Australia finished the group stage of the World University Games with an 88-59 win over the Czech Republic to advance to the quarterfinals. Dejan Vasiljevic had 21 points and George Blagojevic, who just finished his career at Hartford, had 10 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.1.pdf

    The USA U19 Men's team broke open their semifinal game against Lithuania in the second half on their way to a 102-67 win.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    The other semifinal saw some history made as Mali guaranteed themselves a medal with a 76-73 win over France. Gonzaga signee Oumar Ballo had 17 points and 11 rebounds, Abdoul Coulibaly, who Jeff Capel should be excited about, had 15 points and 7 rebounds, and the Drame twins continue to have good tournaments as Fousseyni had 17 points and 11 rebounds and Hassan had 13 points and 8 rebounds.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    The final will be on Sunday at 1:30pm ET and can be seen on ESPN+.

    In the battle for 5th place, Russia beat Serbia 83-79 despite 13 points and 8 rebounds from Gonzaga's Filip Petrusev. Puerto Rico continued an excellent tournament with a 98-81 win over Canada, getting big games from players who have high school experience on the mainland. Andre Curbelo had 24 points and 6 assists, Julian Strawther had 21 points and 8 rebounds, Harry Sosa had 14 points, Jorge Torres had 11 points, 13 rebounds, and 7 assists, and Jose Placer had 10 points. In the loss, prepster Charles Bediako and Damion Squire of UC Davis had 10 points each.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    In the consolation bracket, Australia beat Latvia 94-80 with 20 points and 6 rebounds from St. Mary's signee Alex Ducas and 11 points and 6 rebounds each from Samson Froling of Creigton and Kody Stattmann of Virginia. Greece beat Argentina 72-66 to end the day.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    Teams were also looking to avoid last place as the Philippines beat China 86-72 as both team made due without their best players. New Zealand beat Senegal 87-71 with 19 points and 7 steals from DePaul's Flynn Cameron, 17 points from Colorado State signee James Moors, 12 points from DII player Oscar Oswald, and 11 points from Long Beach State signee Max de Geest.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...s#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...l#tab=boxscore

    In Europe, Belgium and Sweden grabbed the last two spots in Olympic qualifying with wins at EuroBasket Women. I wrote about those and the other games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/?...8&preview=true

  9. #49
    The USA U19 Men's team got everything that they could handle in the final from Mali, only building up a bit of the lead in the second half and winning 93-79, meaning that Bruce Weber did something that John Calipari could not and giving the United States the chance to be the reigning champion of every event by the end of this year. In the loss, St. Peter's signee Hassan Drame had 17 points and 9 rebounds, Abdoul Coulibaly, who will now be ready to head to Pitt, had 17 points, and Gonzaga signee Oumar Ballo had 15 points and 7 rebounds.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...i#tab=boxscore

    The day started with the battle against last place and Senegal beat China 90-73 with 17 points and 7 assists from junior college player Cheikh Faye. New Zealand beat the Philippines 76-70 for 13th place with 21 points and 6 rebounds from DePaul's Flynn Cameron and 15 points from Long Beach State signee Max de Geest. Argentina beat Latvia 74-68 for 11th place. Australia beat Greece 71-52 in the 9th place game as St. Mary's signee Kyle Bowen had 12 points and 11 rebounds and LMU signee Keli Leaupepe had 10 points and 13 rebounds. Serbia beat Canada 110-92 for 7th place with 25 points and 9 rebounds from Gonzaga's Filip Petrusev while South Carolina's A.J. Lawson had 23 points and 6 assists and Damion Squire of UC Davis, prepster Charles Bediako, and Seton Hall signee Tyrese Samuel each had 10 points in the loss. Russia edged Puerto Rico 77-74 for 5th place despite 40 points and 10 rebounds from Gonzaga commit Julian Strawther and 14 points and 6 rebounds from Jorge Torres. Gonzaga's Joel Ayayi had 33 points and 7 rebounds to help France grab the last medal 73-68 over Lithuania.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...l#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...d#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...o#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    The final day of EuroBasket Women was today and I wrote about the games here:
    http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2...inal-july-7th/

  10. #50
    Jack White had 19 points in 34 minutes as Australia beat Argentina 73-64 in the quarterfinals at the World University Games. Dejan Vasiljevic had 18 points and Tanner Krebs had 13 points. In the loss, 2015 NBA draft pick Juan Pablo Vaulet had 15 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists and ex-New Orleans player Erik Thomas had 13 points and 9 rebounds.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.0.pdf

  11. #51
    Jack White had 13 points and 8 rebounds in 36 minutes, but Australia lost to Ukraine 82-80 in the semifinals at the World University Games. Tanner Krebs had 20 points and 16 rebounds and Dejan Vasiljevic had 17 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.1.pdf

    Jalen Johnson is among the players listed for the upcoming USA Basketball camp for young players:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...mp-roster.aspx

    The U19 Women's team has started training and they had to make a roster change:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...19-roster.aspx

    To not leave anyone hanging, Bella Alarie recovered from whatever injury ended her last 3x3 event in time to play in the one going on right now, but I am not sure if playing in Ekaterinburg, Russia is really a reward or a punishment.

  12. #52
    Jack White had 11 points and 9 rebounds in 28 minutes to help Australia win the Bronze Medal at the World University games with an 86-69 win over Israel. Dejan Vasiljevic had 33 points.
    https://results.universiade2019napol...-_73%201.1.pdf

    The USA U19 Women's team was forced to make another roster change:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...19-roster.aspx

    On the subject of U19 championships, teams are in the middle of the process to qualify for the next edition in two years before this one is even played. The U17 Centrobasket tournament is being held in San Juann Puerto Rico and finished today. The hosts and Mexico, which won the title game 61-56, earned two spots in next year's U18 Americas tournament that will qualify teams for the world championship in 2021 with wins yesterday and then today the Dominican Republic beat Guatemala 55-40 to grab the last spot.
    Final Standings:
    Mexico
    Puerto Rico
    Dominican Republic
    Guatemala
    Costa Rica
    Bahamas
    El Salvador
    Barbados

  13. #53
    The Women's U19 World Championship starts at the end of the week, but teams around the world continue to prepare for the one in 2021 as well. Europe's U18 Championships concluded today with teams trying to stay in Division A for the chance to play in that tournament in two years' time. The regional advantage of it being held in Sarajevo did not help much as Bosnia and Herzegovina lost to Lithuania 69-63 to be the last team relegated after Serbia and Croatia had been demoted with losses the day before.
    Final Standings:
    Italy
    Hungary
    France
    Russia
    Spain
    Germany
    Latvia
    Czech Republic
    Belarus
    Poland
    Israel
    Belgium
    Lithuania
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Croatia
    Serbia

    Teams playing in Skopje, North Macedonia were looking for the three spots that would elevate them to the top division for next summer. Finland beat Greece 63-56 for the championship with both teams already having clinched their places yesterday and Turkey joined them with a 65-57 win over Sweden.
    Final Standings:
    Finland
    Greece
    Turkey
    Sweden
    Denmark
    Portugal
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Ireland
    Slovakia
    Slovenia
    Switzerland
    Ukraine
    Luxembourg
    Iceland
    Estonia
    Austria
    Bulgaria
    Great Britain
    Norway
    North Macedonia
    Kosovo
    Albania

    Qualification for next year's U17 Boy's World Championship took place in Praia, Cape Verde, though the hosts struggled. Egypt and Mali won semifinals yesterday to lock up Africa's two spots and then played for the title today.
    Final Standings:
    Egypt
    Mali
    Nigeria
    Guinea
    Rwanda
    Tunisia
    Angola
    Cape Verde

  14. #54
    As expected R.J. is among the players invited for Canada as they fight to return to the Olympics:
    https://www.basketball.ca/en/news-ar...-team-training

    Ordinarily, I do not cover events that are not basketball-exclusive, but FIBA decided to use the Pacific Games in Apia, Samoa as part of their process for future qualification so I will do a brief summary instead of treating it like a main event.

    Guam beat Tahiti for the men's title, but both teams already secured future qualification places with semifinal wins.
    Final Standings:
    Guam
    Tahiti
    Fiji
    Papua New Guinea
    New Caledonia
    Samoa
    Tonga
    Solomon Islands

    American Samoa beat Fiji for the women's championship and both teams qualified for future events with semifinals wins.
    Final Standings:
    American Samoa
    Fiji
    Samoa
    Guam
    Tahiti
    Cook Islands
    Papua New Guinea
    New Caledonia

  15. #55
    Miela Goodchild and the Australian U19 team open up the World Championships against the United States at 1:15am ET on Saturday and can be seen here live or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAvgEiyNS94

    Here are all the non-USA rosters:

    A:

    Canada:
    Sarah Te-Biasu, Niagara Prep (Canada)
    Justina King, Long Beach State
    Taya Hanson, Arizona State
    Micah Dennis, Capital Courts Academy (Canada), Oklahoma State signee
    Roxane Makolo, Dawson College (Canada), Purdue signee
    Aaliyah Edwards, Crestwood Prep (Canada)
    Merissah Russell, Capital Courts Academy (Canada), Louisville commit
    Yvonne Ejim, Bishop Carroll (Canada), Gonzaga commit
    Faith Dut, Semiahmoo Secondary (Canada), Florida signee
    Brynn Masikewich, Lincoln Prep (Canada), UCLA signee
    Niyah Becker, Utah
    Christina Morra, Wake Forest

    Latvia:
    Nikola Ozola, TTT Riga (Latvia), Florida Atlantic signee
    Elizabete Zumenta, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Klinta Dambrane, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Paula Klescova, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Eva Indrike, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Laura Meldere, Reyer Venezia (Italy)
    Mara Mote, TTT Riga (Latvia), Arizona signee
    Betija Rudzite, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Jete Nulle, TTT Riga (Latvia)
    Alise Markova, Ancona (Italy), Miami Dade (JC) signee
    Kristiana Koltone, no club
    Aleksa Purmale, TTT Riga (Latvia)

    Mozambique:
    Helena Augusto, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
    Jennifer Sigauque, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
    Ester Gomes, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
    Filipa Calisto, Ferroviario Beira (Mozambique)
    Suze Cipriano, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
    Raida Luisa, A Politecnica (Mozambique)
    Carla Budane, Benfica (Portugal)
    Chanaya Pinto, Quinta dos Lombos (Portugal)
    Celia Sumbane, Quinta dos Lombos (Portugal)
    Chana Paxixe, Benfica (Portugal)
    Sandra Magolico, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)
    Hulda Joaquin, Ferroviario Maputo (Mozambique)

    Thailand:
    Warangkhana Sirisathaphornsap, Secco (Thailand)
    Phanwasa Boonjun, U19 (Thailand)
    Yada Sriharaksa, U19 (Thailand)
    Notthawan Ploywaenrattana, U19 (Thailand)
    Sisiwimon Laosa, U19 (Thailand)
    Sroifa Phetnin, Sripatum University (Thailand)
    Supatcha Wanman, U19 (Thailand)
    Pitchayapa Phuekraksa, U19 (Thailand)
    Chonlada Salee, Secco (Thailand)
    Taksaporn Charoenpanit, U19 (Thailand)
    Mathurot Dangdee, U19 (Thailand)
    Pimthicha Jantarwong, Dragon (Thailand)

    B:

    Argentina:
    Victoria Gauna, Berazategui (Argentina)
    Laila Raviolo, Berazategui (Argentina)
    Sol Castro, Lanus (Argentina)
    Sofia Wolf, Berazategui (Argentina)
    Martina Torres, Lanus (Argentina)
    Sofia Acevedo, Lanus (Argentina)
    Camila Suarez, Rocamora (Argentina)
    Lucia Operto, Ben Hur (Argentina)
    Maria Victoria Fux, Obras (Argentina), NJIT signee
    Candela Gentinetta, Berazategui (Argentina)
    Florencia Chagas, Schio (Italy)
    Brenda Fontana, Velez Sarsfield (Argentina)

    Belgium:
    Emmeline Leblon, Liege (Belgium)
    Paula Dits, Caldwell (DII)
    Sam Van Buggenhout, Phantoms (Belgium)
    Ema Hambursin, Liege (Belgium)
    Marie Peeters, Liege (Belgium)
    Marie Vervaet, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
    Niki Heemels, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
    Becky Massey, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
    Billie Massey, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)
    Maxuella Lisowa, Braine (Belgium)
    Tesse Kapenga, Deerlijk (Belgium)
    Dominic Van Den Stock, Sint-Katelijne-Waver (Belgium)

    China (family name first):
    Zheng Ming, Beijing (China)
    Li Yuan, Shandong (China)
    Fang Zhuoya, Sichuan (China)
    Li Bingzhen, Jiangsu (China)
    Zhu Dandan, Zhejiang (China)
    Luo Xinyu, Jiangsu (China)
    Chen Mingling, Guangdong (China)
    Li Yuyan, Chongqing (China)
    Wan Jiyuan, Zhejiang (China)
    Huang Kun, Jiangsu (China)
    Xiao Tong, Sichuan (China)
    Yu Jiajin, Zhejiang (China)

    Mali:
    Aminata Sangare, Torrelodones (Spain)
    Diarrah Sissoko, Police (Mali)
    Assetou Sissoko, Stade Malien (Mali)
    Awa Kamissoko, Kalanba (Mali)
    Fanta Kone, Djoliba (Mali)
    Hawa Coulibaly, Djoliba (Mali)
    Awa Haidara, Djoliba (Mali)
    Diouma Berthe, Commune 6 (Mali)
    Gnere Alima Dembele, La Salle Melilla (Spain)
    Aminata Toure, Djoliba (Mali)
    Sika Kone, Adareva Tenerife (Spain)
    Alima Kouyate, CBD (Mali)

    C:

    Australia:
    Jazmin Shelley, Melbourne Boomers (Australia)/Geelong Supercats (Australia), Oregon signee
    Shyla Heal, Perth Lynx (Australia)/Rockhampton Cyclones (Australia)/Sutherland Sharks (Australia)
    Chelsea D'Angelo, Melbourne Boomers (Australia)/Nunawading Spectres (Australia)
    Miela Goodchild, Duke
    Lily Scanlon, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
    Agnes Emma-Nnopu, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
    Gemma Potter, Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (Australia)
    Samantha Simons, St. Mary's
    Isabelle Bourne, Canberra Capitals (Australia)/Geelong Supercats (Australia), Nebraska signee
    Ula Motuga, Washington State
    Alexandra Fowler, Townsville Fire (Australia)/Townsville Flames (Australia)
    Isobel Anstey, Dandenong Rangers (Australia)

    Hungary (surnames last):
    Dorottya Budacsik, Vasas (Hungary)
    Aya Keita, Gyor (Hungary)
    Barbara Angyal, NKE (Hungary)
    Fruzsina Hortvath, NKE (Hungary)
    Berta Boros, Vasas (Hungary)
    Reka Dombai, Vasas (Hungary)
    Aliz Varga, Vasas (Hungary)
    Nora Wentzel, PEAC (Hungary)
    Dorina Szirony, Gyor (Hungary)
    Reka Manyoky, NKE (Hungary)
    Julia Boros, NKE (Hungary)
    Angelika Kiss, DVTK (Hungary)

    South Korea (family name first):
    Shin Lee-Seul, Blue Minx (South Korea)
    Heo Ye-Eun, Sangju Girl's High School (South Korea)
    Jung Ye-Rim, Soongeui Girl's High School (South Korea)
    Park In-Ah, Pusan National University (South Korea)
    Lee So-Hee, OK (South Korea)
    Park Ji-Hyun, Wibee (South Korea)
    Eom Se-Oi, Chuncheon Girl's High School (South Korea)
    Ko Na-Yeon, Bundang Management High School (South Korea)
    Sun Ga-Hee, Stars (South Korea)
    Lee Hae-Ran, Speer Girl's High School (South Korea)
    Choe Ji-Seon, S-Birds (South Korea)
    Lee Soo-Jung, Cheongju Girl's High School (South Korea)

    D:

    Colombia:
    Gabriela Chivata, Bogota (Colombia)
    Yuliany Paz, Antioquia (Colombia)
    Daisi Pinilla, Antioquia (Colombia)
    Laura Ayala, Bogota (Colombia)
    Naylee Cortes, Bogota (Colombia)
    Hamileth Ulloa, Bogota (Colombia)
    Mayra Caicedo, New Mexico (JC)
    Natalia Pineda, Eastern Michigan
    Maria Alvarez, Miami Country Day (Florida) and South Florida signee
    Esperanza Morales, Promete (Spain)
    Daniela Gonzalez, Valle (Colombia)
    Maria Zamora, Meta (Colombia)

    Germany:
    Pauline Meyer, Freiburg (Germany)
    Nina Rosemeyer, Eintracht Braunschweig (Germany)
    Julie Forner, Bamberg (Germany)
    Emily Bessoir, Jahn Munich (Germany), UCLA commit
    Marie Reichert, Grunberg (Germany), Old Dominion signee
    Leonie Fiebich, Wasserburg (Germany)
    Luisa Geiselsoder, Donau-Ries (Germany)
    Helena Eckerle, Saarlouis (Germany)
    Elea Gaba, Chemnitz (Germany), Buffalo signee
    Meret Kleine-Beek, Berlin (Germany)
    Magdalena Landwehr, Bamberg (Germany)
    Jessika Schiffer, Wurzburg (Germany), Buffalo signee

    Japan:
    Ririka Okuyama, Yakumo Gakuen High School (Japan)
    Layla Takehara, Koalas (Japan)
    Nanaka Todo, Sunshine Rabbits (Japan)
    Aoi Ishimaki, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
    Yuzuka Ishihara, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
    Norika Konno, Seiwa Gakuen High School (Japan), Louisville signee
    Karin Imori, Tokyo Health Care University (Japan)
    Maya McArthur, Dana Hills (California) and Princeton enrollee
    Miyabi Sakamoto, Aichi Gakusen University (Japan)
    Sakura Noguchi, Magic (Japan)
    Saki Ikeda, Tsukuba University (Japan)
    Saori Ohhara, Waseda University (Japan)

    Spain:
    Mamen Blanco, Barcelona (Spain)
    Laura Piera, Grand Canyon
    Esther Castedo, Robert Morris
    Anna Palma, Sedis (Spain)
    Alba Sanchez Ramos, Wyoming
    Carla Flores, Western Illinois
    Aixa Wone, Barcelona (Spain), Ohio State signee
    Lola Pendande, Barcelona (Spain), Ribet Academy (California) and Utah signee
    Helena Pueyo, Segle XXI (Spain), Arizona signee
    Mama Dembele, Segle XXI (Spain)
    Carla Balague, Grand Canyon
    Nerea Hermosa, Segle XXI (Spain), Georgia Tech signee

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  18. #58
    Miela had 4 points in 12 minutes as Australia kept it close against the United States in the first half in the U19 World Championship before losing 79-56. Oregon signee Jazmin Shelley had 11 points.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    Miela's next game against Hungary can be seen here at 1:15am ET on Sunday or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0f-ipT2XYg

    The United States plays South Korea at 1:00am ET and can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OST144DoXY

    The other Group C game went to Hungary 92-68 over South Korea.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    The tournament tipped off in Group A, where Latvia beat Canada 65-54 with 13 points from Arizona signee Mara Mote and 12 points from Florida Atlantic signee Nikola Ozola. In the loss, UCLA signee Brynn Masikewich had 11 points and Taya Hanson of Arizona State had 10 points. Mozambique beat the hosts Thailand 66-39.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...d#tab=boxscore

    In Group B, Argentina beat Mali 55-52 and Belgium beat China 64-52.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    In Group D, Spain beat Colombia 75-38 as Esther Castedo of Robert Morris had 13 points, Utah signee Lola Pendande had 11 points and 7 rebounds, and Georgia Tech signee Nerea Hermosa had 10 points and 7 rebounds while South Florida signee Maria Alvarez had 12 points in the loss. Japan beat Germany 74-67 despite 17 points and 9 rebounds from UCLA commit Emily Bessoir.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...n#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...y#tab=boxscore

  19. #59
    Miela played 3 minutes in Australia's 81-71 win over Hungary at the U19 World Championship. Portland signee Alex Fowler had 19 points and 17 rebounds and Nebraska signee Isabelle Bourne had 15 points.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...y#tab=boxscore

    Their last game in the group stage will be at 1am ET on Tuesday and can be seen here live or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuBenYTMeGQ

    The United States beat South Korea 89-67.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...A#tab=boxscore

    Their last group stage game will be against Hungary and can be seen here live at 1am ET on Tuesday or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNaXKyEWrDo

    In Group A, hosts Thailand kept it close for a half before losing to Latvia 74-57. Canada barely escaped Mozambique 60-59 despite entering the final quarter with a big lead, getting 19 points and 6 rebounds from Arizona State's Taya Hanson and 12 points from Wake Forest's Christina Morra.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...e#tab=boxscore

    In Group B, China beat Mali 72-62 and Belgium beat Argentina 69-43.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...i#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...m#tab=boxscore

    In Group D, Spain got 21 points and 8 rebounds from Arizona signee Helena Pueyo and 14 points and 12 rebounds from Utah signee Lola Pendande in a 79-65 win over Japan. Junior college player Mayra Caicedo had 19 points and South Florida signee Maria Alvarez had 14 points for Colombia in a 67-60 over Germany, which got 11 points from Buffalo signee Jessika Schiffer.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...n#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    It is not an age group that is contested on other continents, but the U20 level is considered the most prestigious in Europe and both men's tournaments just finished. Division A was played in Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan and Israel won in front of their fans 92-84 against Spain in the final. The other important games were at the other end of the standings, where Latvia and Serbia got demoted with losses on Saturday and then Poland joined them after losing to Italy 77-61.
    Final Standings:
    Israel
    Spain
    Germany
    France
    Lithuania
    Turkey
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Greece
    Ukraine
    Slovenia
    Montenegro
    Italy
    Poland
    Serbia
    Latvia

    Division B was played in Matosinhos and hosts Portugal benefited on their way to a 73-57 win over the Czech Republic. Both teams had already clinched promotion with wins Saturday and Belgium joined them by beating Russia 88-80.
    Final Standings:
    Portugal
    Czech Republic
    Belgium
    Russia
    Bulgaria
    Netherlands
    Iceland
    Georgia
    Sweden
    Estonia
    Finland
    Albania
    Belarus
    Hungary
    Slovakia
    North Macedonia
    Romania
    Kosovo
    Luxembourg
    Ireland
    Armenia

  20. #60
    Miela Goodchild had 10 points in 20 minutes as Australia beat South Korea 78-59 to finish group play at the U19 World Championship. Portland signee Alex Fowler had 15 points and 10 rebounds, Oregon signee Jazmin Shelley had 11 points, 12 rebounds, and 6 assists, and Nebraska signee Isabelle Bourne had 10 points and 6 rebounds.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore

    Their knockout round game will be at 3:15am ET on Wednesday and can be seen here live or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIApkqdPr58

    The United States beat Hungary 95-50 in the other Group C game.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...y#tab=boxscore
    Standings: United States 3-0, Australia 2-1, Hungary 1-2, South Korea 0-3

    Their knockout round game will be at 3:30am ET on Wednesday and can be seen here live or as a replay:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8nKIMY-IuI

    In Group A, Latvia beat Mozambique 68-54 with 16 points from Arizona signee Mara Mote. Canada got 14 points from Oklahoma State signee Micah Dennis to help them past Thailand 75-49.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...d#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Latvia 3-0, Canada 2-1, Mozambique 1-2, Thailand 0-3

    In Group B, Belgium beat Mali 69-40 to win the group and China was right behind them after a 74-49 win over Argentina.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...m#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...a#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Belgium 3-0, China 2-1, Argentina 1-2, Mali 0-3

    In Group D, Louisville signee Norika Konno had 11 points for Japan in their 69-58 win over Colombia, which got 13 points from junior college player Mayra Caicedo. Spain beat Germany 56-49 to win the group, getting 14 points from Ohio State signee Aixa Wone and 10 points from Utah signee Lola Pendande.
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...n#tab=boxscore
    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...n#tab=boxscore
    Standings: Spain 3-0, Japan 2-1, Colombia 1-2, Germany 0-3

    Bracket:
    Latvia vs Mali
    Australia vs Colombia
    Mozambique vs China
    South Korea vs Spain
    Canada vs Argentina
    United States vs Germany
    Thailand vs Belgium
    Hungary vs Japan

    After returning to Croatia from the NBA Summer League, Antonio Vrankovic and many of the same players joined up with a few new guys and traveled to China for the Stankovic Cup, beating Latvia 75-50. Antonio had 2 points in 10 minutes. Ex-DePaul player Maric Maric had 16 points and recent Clemson grad David Skara had 12 points.
    http://www.cba.net.cn/cbastats/match...tchno=S2019003

    A lot of future competitions have had their draws conducted recently.

    The USA Women's team is participating in the AmeriCup again after years of only participating when necessary for qualification. They ended up with all four South American teams Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Paraguay. The other group will have Canada, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and hosts Puerto Rico. Duke participation in tournament, which will be played at the end of September, is still unknown.

    Qualifiers for the men's tournament in 2021 were also drawn with the top three teams in each group advancing. The United States was put together with the Bahamas, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The other group from the northern half will contain Canada, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and the US Virgin Islands. Panama is being grouped in with the South American teams again and joins Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela are in the other group.

    EuroBasket Women 2021 qualifiers will see the winners of these groups and the five best runners up join hosts Spain and France:


    The pre-qualification process will not be complete until later in the year, but groups have already been drawn for 2021 EuroBasket qualification as the top three teams in each group will qualify, assuming that the hosts, Italy, the Czech Republic, Georgia, and Germany, finish in the top three.

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