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 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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Paul-Nilsen-Column 08/04/2014 Plenty to ponder for Garnier after Yacoubou withdrawl NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - It looks like being a tough initiation for new Les Bleues play-caller Valerie Garnier at the FIBA World Championship for Women later this  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 01/04/2014 EuroLeague Women Final Eight - Group B NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - This time next week, the highlight of the European club season will be in full swing at the EuroLeague Women Final Eight in Ekaterinburg, where  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 25/03/2014 EuroLeague Women Final Eight - Group A NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - The climax of the European club season is almost upon us and with less than a fortnight until Final Eight in Ekaterinburg tips-off, it’s time  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 18/03/2014 Counting down the days to a Turkish delight NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - It was hugely exciting watching the draw for the FIBA World Championship for Women take place in Istanbul last weekend. It really did further  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 11/03/2014 USA young guns will love working with Staley NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - It was with much delight that I read about the recent appointment of Dawn Staley as the head coach of the USA U18 women's national team. Aside  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 04/03/2014 A EuroLeague Women regular season wrap NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Fans of EuroLeague Women had better enjoy the respite as we finally manage to catch a breath between the end of the regular season and the  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 25/02/2014 Stewart would be a number one draft pick this year NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - It's a question which has been posed to me more than once during the last six or seven months and the answer is an unequivocal yes. Breanna  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 18/02/2014 Back to business for Sparks fans and some sweet Lavender NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - Listening to chatter about whether Jantel Lavender should operate in tandem under the basket with Candace Parker at LA Sparks is music to the  more »
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Paul-Nilsen-Column 11/02/2014 No double act for Spain NEWCASTLE (Paul Nilsen's Women's Basketball Worldwide) - The Spanish women's basketball team hardly needs any endorsement after their well-documented and quite brilliant 'golden harvest' of 2013, but  more »
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