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The 2021 USA E-National Team dropped two games in the best-of-three series to finish second in its conference at the FIBA Esports Open III.
The 2021 USA E-National Team advanced to the conference finals with a 3-0 record in preliminary play.
The six-player squad will compete from throughout the country as they represent the U.S. at the FIBA Esports Open III North and Central America Conference championship this weekend.
Featuring the return of three gamers from the USA E-Team that captured the 2020 Esports Open II North and Central Conference championship, and three more who participated in the 2020 USA E-National Team Trials, USA Basketball will look to capture another FEO conference crown May 7-9.
Reunion show highlighting the USA Basketball E-National Team’s run to the 2020 FIBA E-Sports Open championship last December.
It’s an Olympic year – again! The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are set to take place July 23-Aug. 8, 2021. With 2020 in the rearview, USA Basketball looks onward and upward in what it hopes to be a healthy, golden year for basketball. Here are marquee events on the USA Basketball 2021 calendar and notables to keep your eyes on:
Behind a MVP performance by JBM (19.5 ppg., 7.0 apg.) in the finals, the USA earned a pair of hard-fought games in the best-of-three grand finals to claim a 2-0 lead over Dominican Republic and earn the FIBA Esports Open II North and Central America Conference championship
Top moments from the second day of action at the FIBA Esports Open
The inaugural USA E-Team was selected on Nov. 9, has been practicing and scrimmaging at least five days a week since then and is ready for the competition to begin.
Check out action from the U.S. Olympic 3x3 Women's Team's semifinal win over France on July 28.
Action shots from the USA versus Iran Tokyo Olympics game.
Photos of the 2021 USA Women's U19 World Cup Team.
USA Men's U19 World Cup Team 83, Turkey 54
Featuring three-time Olympian Kevin Durant and two-time Olympians Draymond Green and Kevin Love, USA Basketball unveiled today its official 12-member U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball Team.