Canada Shows Basketball World It's Ready for Primetime
Powered by a dominant R.J. Barrett, Canada won its first-ever FIBA basketball gold by taking the U19 World Cup. It was a defining moment for the sport in Canada.
High Hopes and Olympic Hoop Dreams in France
As France's elder statesmen of basketball—Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Mickaël Gelabale—near the ends of their careers, Les Bleus are dead-set on defending their EuroBasket title and getting a bid to Rio.
Angry Birds and the Bizarre World of International Basketball Corruption
This story has everything: prankster whistleblowers, three-on-three basketball, scandals, and a peek into basketball's weirdest melodrama.
FIBA's Rules on Head Coverings Are Screwing Over Athletes and Basketball
As FIBA continues to botch its regulations on head coverings in basketball, the cost weighs heavily on both athletes and basketball itself.