Women’s World Cup Campaign | 5 Pressing Issues concerning the United States 2022

5 burning questions about the us

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Women’s World Cup, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO (USA) – The United States will have a fresh look as they compete for a fourth straight FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup championship. Nobody knows what that look will be since USA Basketball just picked 28 players to the roster a few days ago for a training camp in Las Vegas from September 6 to 12, before the Americans go to Australia at the Women’s World Cup.

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“Everything is on the table,” USA national team director Briana Weiss stated on the squad and potential World Cup roster in an Associated Press piece.

Sue Bird, Tina Charles, Sylvia Fowles, Napheesa Collier, Skylar Diggins-Smith, and Brittney Griner are among the Tokyo Olympic gold medalists who will not compete in Sydney at the Women’s World Cup. Diana Taurasi, who was out of the Phoenix Mercury lineup at the conclusion of the WNBA regular season due to a quad injury and is not on the training camp roster, is unlikely to play for the USA. Taurasi did, however, tell AP before to her quad injury that she was a “maybe” for Sydney.

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With the Women’s World Cup starting on September 22 in Sydney, Australia, there are several pressing issues surrounding the United States. Here are five examples.

How will the United States replace their iconic tandem of Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi?

They don’t, according to the answer at the Women’s World Cup. The tenacity of these guys in the USA shirt was what set them apart. When big game moments approached, they were prepared and delivered. They have become legends. Perhaps a better question is, “How does the United States survive without Bird and Taurasi?” Put high-scoring point guard Kelsey Plum on the roster and give her playing time.

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Plum, the second best scorer in the WNBA with the Las Vegas Aces, is one of the game’s hottest players. She has the ability to shoot three-pointers from beyond the arc, move efficiently without the ball, and score with runners and mid-range jump shots at the Women’s World Cup. Plum excels on the fast break, and she did, in fact, win an Olympic gold medal in 3×3, an event in which the United States was not the overwhelming favorite. And she’s tough as nails. Plum was perhaps the USA’s best player in their game versus global powers Belgium in Washington DC at the FIBA Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament.

Who will be the team’s outspoken leader?

Coach Cheryl Reeve would certainly argue that every player on the World Cup squad would be a vocal leader, but if forced to choose one, go with the soft-spoken Breanna Stewart, the greatest player in the USA uniform and possibly the best player in the world. Why? Because even though Stewart doesn’t talk much, when she does, everyone respects her and hangs on every word she says. Stewart was named the FIBA Women’s Basketball Women’s World Cup MVP four years ago in Spain.

Is the United States in risk of failing to reach the top of the podium?

They have to be on the Women’s World Cup. There are several new players and a new head coach. There will be no Bird, Taurasi, Tina Charles, or Griner. However, the United States is by far the greatest, deepest, and most dominating team in women’s basketball, and has been for a long time. However, anything might happen on any given day. Remember when Russia upset the United States in the 2006 World Cup? Still, there’s A’ja Wilson, Stewart, Chelsea Gray, Jewell Loyd, Elena Delle Donne, and Plum. Sabrina Ionescu, who is now on the preliminary squad, is another intriguing possibility.

In Group A, does any team have a chance to shock the USA?

Only a fool would discount Belgium’s chances of outplaying the United States and winning. Belgium produced the shock of the last Women’s World Cup by defeating hosts Spain in the Quarter-Finals. Although the Americans eventually defeated the Cats in the Semi-Finals four years ago with Taurasi, Bird, Griner, and Charles, Belgium handed the Americans their toughest game of the tournament. Who knows what will happen if Belgium gets off to a fantastic start against the USA, with all of their experience and superstar Emma Meesseman leading the way.

Which team will dethrone the United States at the top of the podium?

This fits under the category of “outlandish forecasts,” since no one in their right mind would bet against the United States. But, if you must, Australia will be the side everyone is rooting for in Australia, but even with Lauren Jackson back in the lineup, they will fall short. France have no chance, based on their performance in the Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament. China can absolutely get hot from the outside, and if they avoid the United States, they may challenge for the crown. However, in a knockout game, the USA defense would run roughshod over them. That brings us to Japan. This squad has unfinished business not just from the last World Cup, when they finished eighth, but also from the Olympics. Japan is well aware that they might have performed far better in the Final. They play at breakneck speeds. They go on a three-point shooting spree. They are capable at forcing turnovers. The Japanese are the only team capable of springing a surprise and winning the championship.

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