All posts tagged "Featured"

  • HS Girls
    Two-For-One In Texas

    ALLEN, Texas—If you were looking for a “two-for-one appetizer” last weekend as a prelude to your Thanksgiving...

  • BlueStar
    Revisiting Recruiting Boycott 2016

    I hate to say it but Americans protest these days like intramural volleyball players at a community...

  • HS Girls
    10th Annual Providence Day Super Scrimmage

    CHARLOTTE, N.C.—While the NCAA programs are getting their feet wet after several weeks of practice, their high...

  • BlueStar
    #NEXT Goes North Of The Border

    HAMILTON, Ontario—Keeping the bar set high, Mike Flynn and Blue Star 30 took to the floor once...

  • HS Girls
    Show and Prove 2016

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla,–The annual NCAA Fall Evaluation weekend has come and gone and so has the so-called...

  • HS Girls
    Packaging, Perspective and Process

    The first of September has always been a day of opening doors in the recruiting process.  For...

  • HS Girls
    Lone Star Labor Day Lessons

    SOUTHLAKE, Texas—The question comes up time and again as to why legitimate college prospects should be attending...

  • HS Girls
    EGB Elite 100

    CORONA, Calif.—While August often sees a slower pace following a busy spring and summer club season and...

  • Dick Weiss
    Team USA Men Enter A Golden Era

    RIO DE JANEIRO– Kevin Durant continues to be the biggest story of this NBA off season. Durant opened...

  • Dick Weiss
    Team USA Women’s Basketball Team creates Huge Gap with the Rest of the World

    RIO DE JANEIRO — The scores of the United States’ women’s basketball games in this Olympics have...

  • Mike Flynn
    Spain Women’ s Basketball Golden Moment

    RIO DE JANEIRO — In Spain there is, as in other countries, special teams that perform in a sport over years, even decades to such acclaim they are called Generation teams. In men’s basketball is has been the last decade of play by such names as Gasol brothers (Marc and Pau), Rudy...

  • Dick Weiss
    Diana Taurasi Sets the Standard for Team USA Olympic Women’s Basketball team

    RIO DE JANEIRO — The United States’ Women’s Senior national team may be too good for its own good. Team USA brushed away France, 86-67, here last night in the Olympic semi-finals at Carioca Arena I to advance to Saturday afternoon’s Olympic gold medal game against Spain. If they win their sixth...

  • Dick Weiss
    Team USA Cruises past Japan with Huge Second Half

    RIO DE JANEIRO — That’s 47 consecutive Olympic victories and counting. The United States’ senior women’s basketball...

  • Dick Weiss
    There is More Than One Dream Team in Women’s Basketball.

    RIO DE JANEIRO — There has been a rush to judgment to declare the 2016 Olympic women’s basketball team the best ever to play internationally before this tournament is over. And while the margin of victory so far– 105-62– could back up that claim, it is hard to say whether this Geno...

  • Mike Flynn
    USA Women Continue Domination with China Win

    RIO DE JANEIRO – It only took less than four minutes to determine how fast the USA Women’s Olympic basketball team would get to 100 points when Tina Charles scored her sixth point of the game at the 6:08 mark for a 10-3 lead over China. The rout was on and 40...

  • Dick Weiss
    Sue Bird still flying for Team USA at age 35.

    RIO DE JANEIRO– Sue Bird is 35-years old now. The former UConn All America point guard and WNBA Seattle Storm star may not be the most talented player on this dominant Team USA, but he is Geno Auriemma’s most important player. Bird is the engine that runs this machine. She doesn’t have...