Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide  

Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide

After more than a decade of writing almost exclusively about the men’s game, Paul freely admits he has fallen head over heels in love with Women’s basketball. A huge advocate of the sport, including at youth level, Paul has a passion for promoting the Women’s game through his writing. While most of his work has previously been focused in the FIBA Europe region, Paul will now be spreading his wings and going global to bring us a weekly column looking at Women’s Basketball Worldwide.

 

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Paul-Nilsen-Column 17/06/2014 Jewell Loyd a real gem for women's 3x3 game NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - While the explosion in popularity of 3x3 basketball across the globe has been an organic process fuelled by the staging of some great events  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 10/06/2014 Big opportunity for women's basketball in the UK NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Great Britain and British Basketball have had a few kickings in recent years, most of them delivered by ignorant people who scoff at the notion  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 03/06/2014 Time to celebrate contribution of Tuncluer NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - It was with some regret that I learned that Turkish national team guard Esmeral Tuncluer is to retire after the FIBA World Championship for  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 27/05/2014 Who will be the center of attention in Turkey? NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - There will be an array of stars at all five positions when the FIBA World Championship for Women tips off in September, but who is likely to  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 20/05/2014 Reeve shows why diluting passion and personality truly sucks NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - When Minnesota Lynx head coach and newly-appointed USA assistant coach Cheryl Reeve speaks, it's usually worth listening to. However, it's  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 13/05/2014 Richmond tragedy affects women's basketball family NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - As we all look forward to the start of another WNBA season, the usual array of exciting youth tournaments and of course the FIBA World  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 06/05/2014 Tracking the stars of the inaugural FIBA U17 Championship for Women NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Time is ticking down to the third edition of the FIBA U17 World Championship for Women and four years after the first event in France, many of  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 29/04/2014 A tweet too far as Cambage opts for Opals over WNBA NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - I am struggling to think of any circumstance when it's acceptable to criticise a player for wanting to represent their country rather than  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 22/04/2014 Paying lip-service to women's basketball isn't enough NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Seeing is believing, so as an aspiring young baller with a legend of the women's game standing in front of you, it can surely only act as an  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 15/04/2014 Alben proves a point to some Galatsaray fans NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Even though I love Alba Torrens and thought both Sancho Lyttle and Shavonte Zellous each played great for new EuroLeague Women champions  more »
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