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U19 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - 7-2-15
Australia pulled off the one surprise in the Round of 16 at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championships as they beat Serbia to join seven other favourites into the Quarter-Finals including reigning champions United States.
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PUERTO RICO - 6-30-15
Santurce secured Game One of their semi final series with Ponce 66-77. Carlos Arroyo led five double figure scorers for Santurce with 15 points. He added 5 assists. Julian Wright added 19 rebounds plus 12 points. Mike Harris had 19 points and 11 boards for Ponce.
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CROATIA - 6-29-15
Star forward Dragan Bender will not play at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship. The Croatian Federation has a contract with Jordan Brand shoes and Bender has a contract with adidas. He left the team in Greece on Sunday.
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TURKEY - 6-26-15
The 2014 U18 European champions Turkey collected another victory with their full group of players, beating Tunisia 81-57 in Istanbul. The Turks, who have only had their trio of leaders Egemen Guven, Okben Ulubay and Furkan Korkmaz for three days, dished out 30 assists for the second straight game as they prepare for the U19 Worlds. Korkmaz scored 17 points
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SPAIN - 6-25-15
Real Madrid completed a historic season by sweeping archrival FC Barcelona in the Spanish League finals Wednesday to win its 32nd domestic championship. Los Blancos won 85-90 to take the best-of-five series in the minimum three games. Jaycee Carrol led the attack with 19 points, including a clutch jumper with 14.3 seconds remaining that help seal the win.
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USA U19 - 6-24-15
Trailing by as many as seven points in its exhibition game versus Greece, the USA Men’s U19 World Championship Team rallied back and outscored their Greek opponents 32-21 in the fourth quarter to capture a 90-82 victory in a warm-up game for the FIBA U19 World Championship that begins July 27 in Heraklion, Greece. Caleb Swanigan led the Americans with 16 points, with 10 coming in the fourth quarter; Jalen Brunson accounted for 15 points and nine assists; L.J. Peak drained 3-of-4 3-pointers and finished with 13 points; Harry Giles tossed in 12 points; and Josh Jackson recorded a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds.
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PUERTO RICO - 7-3-15

Arecibo went up 2-0 in their series with Bayamon, defeating them last night 81-77. They took the funal quarter 24-18 to take the win. Renaldo Balkman scored 22 points and David Huertas added 21 points in the win. Together they were responsible for 17 rebounds. James Feldeine and Jeleel Akindele each scored 19 points for Bayamon. . . . . . . .BOXSCORE
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NBA D-LEAGUE - 6-30-15

The NBA Development League and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment announced today the Toronto Raptors have acquired the right to own and operate an NBA D-League team. The new club, Raptors 905, will be the record 19th NBA D-League team and will play its home games at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. With the purchase, the Raptors become the record ninth NBA team to fully own and operate its own NBA D-League affiliate. “We are thrilled to bring an NBA Development League team to basketball fans across the 905 region,” said Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors president and general manager. “Raptors 905 will give our young players a great opportunity to develop and gain valuable experience, while providing high level, affordable basketball to the community . . . . . . . MORE
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ITALY - 6-29-15

Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari outlasted Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia 73-77 in Game 7 to become the Italian League champion for the first time. Sassari used a 0-12 fourth-quarter run to dig out of an 8-point deficit and Jerome Dyson scored the game-, series- and championship-winning free throws with 10.4 seconds remaining. Rakim Sanders paced the winning attack with 18 points, Dyson tallied 17 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists and David Logan scored 13. . . . . . . . BOXSCORE
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ISRAEL - 6-26-15

Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem made history on Thursday night when it defeated Hapoel Fattal Eilat 88-68 to win the Israeli League championship for the first time in club history. Jerusalem completed a two-game sweep of Eilat in front of a sold-out crowd at Pais Arena Jerusalem in the Israeli capital. Donta Smith collected 20 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists and Bracey Wright also scored 20 to pace the winners. . . . . . . . MORE
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CHINA - 6-25-15

Wang Zhelin had 25 points to help the Chinese men's basketball team beat Lithuania 74-70 in the first of the three warm-up basketball series on Wednesday. Former NBA player Yi Jianlian had 12 of his 19 points to give a three points lead for China after the third quarter. Then Wang showed his dominance with 15 points in the last quarter, he made a three-point play when Lithuania cut the distance to 64-66 with 1 minute 11 seconds left. . . . . . . . MORE
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NBA DRAFT - 6-24-15

Fourteen first-round picks from the historic 2014 NBA Draft class went on to play in the NBA Development League during their rookie season. . . . . . . .stats and highlights of all 14.
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ISRAEL - 6-23-15

Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem took a giant step toward what could be the first Israeli League championship in club history with a 65-80 road win over Hapoel Fattal Eilat in Game 1 of their two-game total points series. Jerusalem will celebrate on Thursday if it wins Game 2 at home or loses by fewer than 14 points. Bracey Wright scored 18 points and Deon Thompson tallied 17 and 7 rebounds to lead five Jerusalem scorers in double figures. . . . . . . .Boxscore
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NIKE - 7-2-15
Nike chairman Phil Knight, who turned a business selling shoes out of the back of his car into the world's most valuable sports brand, has announced plans to step down as company chairman.
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PAN AM Games - 6-30-15
USA Basketball released the 22-man roster for training camp for the Pan-Am Games on Monday. That roster includes 16 players from the collegiate ranks. The event will be played in Toronto from July 21-25. The head coach of the team is Gonzaga’s Mark Few. He’ll be assisted by Colorado’s Tad Boyle during the tournament while Georgia State’s Ron Hunter and Maryland’s Mark Turgeon will help during training camp.
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USA BASKETBALL - 6-29-15
Including a mix of 16 current collegians, five players who have most recently played professionally overseas, and one player who played in the NBA in 2014-15, USA Basketball today announced 22 players have accepted invitations to take part in the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men’s Basketball Team training camp that will be used to select the 12 players who will represent the United States at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada.
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WORLD UNIVERSITY GAME - 6-25-15
The Kansas University basketball team opened up its opportunity to represent the United States in next month's World University Games in South Korea with a 91-83 victory over Team Canada at Sprint Center. The Jayhawks had to go all the way down to the wire to pick up the victory. Frank Mason III (26 points overall and 14 in the fourth quarter), Perry Ellis (17 points, 8 rebounds) and Wayne Selden Jr. (13 points, 6 assists) all made some clutch plays on both ends down the stretch to help KU hold off the Canadians.
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USA BASKETBALL - 6-25-15
Featuring balanced scoring that saw 11 of 12 players score, including four in double digits, the USA Men’s U19 World Championship Team rolled to an 86-75 victory over Argentina Wednesday evening in its warm-up game before the FIBA U19 World Championship that begins July 27 in Heraklion, Greece.
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COASTAL CAROLINA - 6-24-15
The Coastal Carolina University men's basketball program will embark on a truly unique experience this August as the Chanticleers become the first NCAA Division I team to both visit and play basketball games in Cuba, announced veteran head coach Cliff Ellis on Tuesday.
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