- Geek & Sci-Fi
Breathe easy, Chicago Bulls fans.
NEW YORK — It was never much of a game.
The names change for USA Basketball under Mike Krzyzewski, but the style certainly doesn't.
The "core" group of USA Basketball's FIBA World Cup squad has finally emerged.
July has come and gone and August is quickly doing the same.
A hometown hero indeed stole the show in Team USA’s disheveled 95-78 win over Brazil at Chicago’s United Center.
Okay, so perhaps calling Steph Curry's beautiful step-back jumper the likely highlight of Team USA's exhibition against Brazil was premature.
Steph Curry is cooking early in Team USA's exhibition game against Brazil at Chicago's United Center.
The casual NBA fan might have forgotten that Derrick Rose actually played for the Chicago Bulls last season.
Before Mike Krzyzewski took the #ALSIceBucketChallenge with the help of his grandkids, Coach K called-out members of Team USA to do the same.
Don't count Paul George among those gleaning big-picture concerns from his injury playing for Team USA.
Viral videos and memes are always annoying, but at least the #ALCSIceBucketChallenge is for a worthy cause.
Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall was always an unlikely candidate to make USA Basketball's final roster for the 2014 FIBA World Cup, and he agrees with that assessment.
Despite last week's horrific injury that will force him to miss the 2014-2015 season, it won't be long before we see Paul George back in a Team USA uniform.
USA Basketball made its first round of cuts in advance of naming the final, 12-man roster for the 2014 FIBA World Cup.