USA Wins FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup
USA defended its FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup title after defeating China last Saturday. It is the nation’s 11th title. According to a sportsbook pay per head blog, the US got the lead in the second quarter.
Team USA got a ten-point lead at halftime. Also, it was enough to win its fourth World Cup title in a row comfortably. According to sportsbook pay per head solution reports, A’Ja Wilson was named the MVP of the tournament. She scored 19 points to lead the scorers for Team USA.
Chelsea Gray scored ten points as the second top scorer of the Americans. Wilson and Gray led the team to victory as almost 16,000 basketball fans watched the game at the Sydney Superdome.
FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup
Team USA started the week with Monday’s demolition of the South Korean team 145-69. It was a tournament record in the points total. Also, the team won against Canada 83-43. It was the most significant winning margin in the World Cup for a semifinal game.
According to bookie pay per head sources, there were around 145,000 fans who watched the entire tournament. It was the biggest attendance in the Women’s Basketball World Cup history.
In the match for third place, Australia won against Canada 95-65. Lauren Jackson led Australia to victory.
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