How Team USA and China advanced to the World Cup final

By Scott Mammoser / September 30, 2022

China in World Cup final for first time since 1994

China's Meng Li (9) goes for a left-handed layup over France's Helena Ciak (16), who contests the shot

Daily Briefing — Sept. 29, 2022: Sydney Synergy — China, Canada score spots in World Cup semi-final after decades-long drought

By Isabel Rodrigues / September 29, 2022

Australia and the USA will also be featured in the second round of the knockouts

USA's Alyssa Thomas holds the ball in her left hand and holds off a defender with her right arm.

Serbia takes Team USA out of paint, but Americans advance to semifinals

By Scott Mammoser / September 29, 2022

European teams shut out of World Cup semifinals for first time since 1994

What to watch in quarterfinal matchups of Sydney World Cup

By Scott Mammoser / September 27, 2022

Team USA to play Serbia on Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET

How Sun and Aces players are adjusting to World Cup play in Sydney

By Scott Mammoser / September 27, 2022

U.S. defeats Bosnia and Herzegovina to conclude group stage undefeated

Belgium's Emma Meesseman (11) gathers the ball as Puerto Rico's Mya Hollingshed (21) defends.

Daily Briefing — Sept. 27, 2022: Sydney Surprises — Opals flying high, Meesseman suffers calf injury

By Isabel Rodrigues / September 27, 2022

Plus: Quarter-final stage is set, USA post tournament-record 145 points

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Breaking down Team USA and the 2022 World Cup at its halfway point

By The Next / September 26, 2022

From A (Australia) to U-S-A, The Next’s Missy Heidrick and Isabel Rodrigues break down the FIBA World Cup so far

What led Team USA to scoring a single-game record 145 points

By Scott Mammoser / September 26, 2022

Americans break Brazil’s record for points in a World Cup game

How Puerto Rico erased past results in World Cup opener

By Scott Mammoser / September 22, 2022

Guirantes leads team to its first-ever World Cup victory

Breanna Stewart boxes out Diamond DeShields during a Team USA practice.

What to watch for as the FIBA World Cup tips off

By Scott Mammoser / September 21, 2022

Twelve teams will compete for a gold medal in Sydney