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Thread: Women's Zonal Olympic Qualifying Tournament Draws

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    Default Women's Zonal Olympic Qualifying Tournament Draws

    http://www.fiba.basketball/news/all-...urnaments-2019

    Africa - Mozambique
    Group A
    Nigeria
    Mozambique
    Democratic Republic of Congo

    Group B
    Senegal
    Mali
    Angola

    Americas
    Group A - Canada
    Dominican Republic
    Canada
    Cuba
    Puerto Rico

    Group B - Argentina
    Argentina
    USA
    Brazil
    Colombia

    Asia-Oceania
    Group A - New Zealand
    Korea
    New Zealand
    Philippines
    China

    Group B - Malaysia
    Japan
    Australia
    Chinese Taipei
    India
    The draw for the Americas tournaments is the same as for AmeriCup but without the last place teams, further illustrating the redundancy of this format.

    Why is one of the Asian tournaments in Malaysia, did no one else want to host?
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    US team to play in the Americas qualifier (10-18 Nov) with this roster:

    8 core pool players: Sue Bird, Elena Delle Donne, Skylar Diggins-Smith, Sylvia Fowles, Chelsea Gray, Nneka Ogwumike, Diana Taurasi, A'ja Wilson
    4 rounding out players: Diamond DeShields, Arike Ogunbowale, Kelsey Plum and one t.b.d

    A slightly different roster will previously play prep games with four Pac-12 schools (2-9 Nov), including the above 8 "locks" plus Seimone Augustus, Layshia Clarendon, Napheesa Collier and Kelsey Plum.

    Gray will miss the first game and Plum the first two due to previous commitments. Other exhibitions with NCAA schools are planned next year.

    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...mber-tour.aspx

    Delle Donne is currently playing the WNBA finals with back problems and Clarendon hasn't played since mid June due to an ankle injury and could be questionable.

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