International

U.S. women’s wheelchair basketball team medals again

By Tee Baker / September 11, 2021

Team USA captures bronze with a squad of nine first-time Paralympians

Emma Meesseman

Emma Meesseman decides not to play in the WNBA in 2021

By Jenn Hatfield / August 25, 2021

The Washington Mystics had left the door open for Meesseman to join the team after the Olympics, but Meesseman said she needed to “take some extra time” for herself after a grueling summer of basketball

Dawn Staley: Rested, Revived and Ready

By Dorothy Gentry / August 19, 2021

Staley Talks Olympics, Replacement and Revving up for NCAA

Ariel Atkins honored for making Team USA

Inside Ariel Atkins’ Olympic experience with Team USA

By Jenn Hatfield / August 17, 2021

There was a gold medal, of course, but also midnight phone calls, lessons from veterans and birthday celebrations

How will USA Basketball look for Paris in 2024?

By Scott Mammoser / August 9, 2021

Dawn Staley retires as national team coach after winning gold medal

Passing the torch: What A’ja Wilson’s Olympic debut means for the future of women’s basketball

By Sydney Olmstead / August 9, 2021

Wilson’s cool and consistent competitiveness provides edge for Team USA

Team USA wins seventh consecutive Olympic gold medal

By Scott Mammoser / August 8, 2021

Bird and Taurasi each win record-breaking fifth gold medals

Who to watch at the FIBA Under-19 World Cup

By Scott Mammoser / August 6, 2021

Team USA to tip off against Italy on Saturday in Hungary event

What to watch for as Team USA, Japan meet for gold

By Scott Mammoser / August 6, 2021

‘It’s great to be playing for a gold medal’

Two wins from gold: How the U.S. is coming together

By Scott Mammoser / August 4, 2021

Olympic semifinal against Serbia looms next