Club and high school girls' basketball both have their place, and June is the perfect time to celebrate and recognize the advantages of both.
Breanna Stewart, who was named to her fifth national team, headlines the 12-player U.S. national team selected to play in the FIBA Americas U18 qualifying tournament in Puerto Rico.
USA Basketball will go with something borrowed and something new in its effort to repeat at the FIBA U17 World Championship this summer.
Missed layups are a plague for which few administer the sure-fire cure: practice.
Minta Spears knew something had to be done about her "weird" shot. So after her junior year, the point guard from Bullard (Texas) decided to change her mechanics. Now the Texas Tech recruit is averaging a mere 34.1 points per game.
With 20 nationally ranked teams and countless star players converging on Chandler, Ariz., the 2011 Nike Tournament of Champions has raised the bar yet again.
Breanna Stewart, Alexis Jones, Morgan Tuck, Diamond DeShields, Jordan Adams and Bianca Cuevas are preseason candidates for the 2012 HoopGurlz player of the year.
Elite high school girls' basketball players have transferred to new schools this season, shaking up the preseason national rankings and, in some cases, sparking controversy about possible recruiting.
The U16 national team to represent USA in the FIBA Americas U16 championships is a hard working group.
To scouts and the media it was a shock that Kelsey Mitchell was cut Sunday at the U16 trials but it's not botheringing her.
Mercedes Russell used the West Coast Premier Spring Invitational to establish her elite status.
The recent bench-clearing that marred a national spotlight high school game shows how off base the focus is in the sport, writes Glenn Nelson.
ESPN HoopGurlz announces the 2011 girl's McDonald's All American selections
Years after helping Michelle Harrison to national prominence, Kara Harrison is still at it.
2009 prospect Erica Wheeler is heading to Rutgers, writes Glenn Nelson.