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CHICAGO, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- NBA and Olympic icon Jerry Colangelo's childhood town Chicago is the setting for a press conference introducing the U.S.
Duke men's hoops coach Mike Krzyzewski likely will coach Team USA at the 2012 London Olympics, sources say. The 2012 squad could include NBA stars Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. The unnamed sources told the Boston Globe an announcement is expected July 21 in Las Vegas before a minicamp for national team
USA Basketball, the organization that oversees the country's national basketball teams, is moving its headquarters to Glendale, Ariz. USA Basketball has had its office in Colorado Springs, where the U.S. Olympic Committee also has its headquarters, for 29 years.
Smiles on children's faces today eclipsed the star power of the USA Basketball Senior Men's National players and legends who visited several young patients at Shanghai Children's Medical Center while in town for the USA Basketball International Challenge.
By Alastair Himmer SAITAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Despite suffering a demoralizing defeat by a brilliant Greece at the world basketball championship, the United States are looking long-term.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas strained his groin on Monday and will be unable to play for the United States in the world championship, which starts this weekend.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Phoenix Suns forward Amare Stoudemire was dropped from the U.S. world basketball championships team on Thursday to allow him to continue rehabilitation of his injured knee.
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Toronto Raptors named Bryan Colangelo their new president and general manager on Tuesday, hoping the NBA's executive of the year can restore respectability to the struggling franchise.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Bryan Colangelo resigned as general manager of the Phoenix Suns and will be named the new president and general manager of the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday, according to several reports.
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