Archive for the ‘USA Basketball’ Category
Posted on Oct 15
It’s probably no coincidence that Tyson Chandler’s best seasons as a pro came as a Hornet, with point guard Chris Paul running the team.
During the 2006-07 season, his first year with Paul, the former Bulls forward/center averaged 9.5 points, a career-high 12.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game. The following season, he averaged a double-double.
Posted on Sep 28
Upon Derrick Rose’s return from Turkey, in which the USA National Men’s Team won gold at the FIBA World Championship, he decided to reward himself with some time off. Well, sort of, as Rose only enjoyed one day of down time.
Rose simply couldn’t stay away from the gym. On just his second night back in Chicago, he was back …
Posted on Sep 13
Well, Derrick Rose now officially is the golden child.
That’s because the USA Basketball team Sunday won the gold medal and 2010 World Championship in Turkey, the U.S.’s first World Championship gold since 1994 and official entry to the 2012 Olympics in London.
Posted on Aug 27
It’s been a long, and somewhat, uncertain journey for Derrick Rose, who helps lead the USA Basketball team as it begins play Saturday against Croatia in the World Basketball Championships in Turkey.
A year ago at the early tryouts in Las Vegas, Rose was uncertain and badly outplayed head to head by Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, who also is on …
Posted on Aug 15
Derrick Rose may not have had a big game statistically speaking when the USA National Team took on France in an exhibition game Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden, but it didn’t bother him in the least.
“I feel good about how we played and we got the win. That’s the biggest thing,” said Rose of USA’s 86-55 victory, in …
Posted on Aug 14
The 2010 USA Basketball Men’s National Team’s first taste of international competition—or any competition outside of their own team—came on Saturday afternoon with Derrick Rose and his teammates leaving Madison Square Garden with an dominating victory over China.
The teams participated in a scrimmage, with four 10-minute quarters and a scoreboard that was reset at the end of each frame. …