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.
Linnae Harper stands only 5-feet-6, but the guard from Chicago has that "It" factor that makes her the No. 5 prospect in the ESPN HoopGurlz 2013 player rankings.
Commitments are starting to fall into place for the Class of 2013
Diamond DeShields, Allisha Gray, Stephanie Mavunga and Jessica Washington make for an exciting day in Chapel Hill with the trio committing to North Carolina.
Mercedes Russell, Kaela Davis and Diamond DeShields are among the 35 players from the 2013 and 2014 classes invited by USA Basketball to try out for the U17 team that will play in the 2012 FIBA U17 World Championship in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Notre Dame scores back-to-back elite recruiting classes, which should allow them to take a seat with the elite in women's basketball.
It's spring, but that doesn't mean parents need to start chirping during club basketball season.
Even back in 2008, it was easy to envision a Skylar Diggins-Brittney Griner matchup for the NCAA national championship.
Jonquel Jones, a senior at Riverdale Baptist who will play for Clemson next year, has transformed her game with the help of coach Diane Richardson since arriving in the United States from the Bahamas.
The Springfield-Willamette Oregon girls' basketball state championship game may not have been pretty, but Willamette coach Paul Brothers doesn't deserve criticism for his stalling tactics.
A special salute to high school stars and elite college prospects. And they're not always the same players.
The girls' basketball team at Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J. features a starting lineup that includes one American-born player, three players who were born in Nigeria and one Spaniard.
Malcolm X. Shabazz (Newark, N.J.) senior Aliyyah Handford is the nation's top unsigned senior point guard