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TornBySports Aug 25, 2014
Team USA hates Utah. Coach K hates Utah. Somebody over there hates Utah, that’s for sure. Rumors began to circulate late last night, with news becoming official this morning – Kyle Korver, Damian Lillard, Chandler Parsons, and Gordon Hayward were cut from the US Basketball men’s national team. That’s right, sharpshooter Kyle Korver, who many ... The post Team USA Hates Utah, America appeared first on TornBySports.com.
Utah Jazz Notes | Salt Lake Tribune Aug 23, 2014
Gordon Hayward's World Cup hopes ended this weekend, when the Jazz forward was among the United States' final four roster cuts before the tournament begins in Spain next week.The 24-year-old Hayward went unused Friday night in an exhibition game against Puerto Rico before receiving the news. Also cut were Dallas Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons, former Utah Jazz guard Kyle Korver and former Weber State point guard Damian Lillard."This was without doubt the most difficult selection process we’v...
Rotoworld Aug 23, 2014
Kyle Korver was cut from Team USA on Friday night.
Peachtree Hoops Aug 23, 2014
USA Basketball made its final roster cuts early Saturday morning and they included Atlanta Hawks' guard Kyle Korver. USA Basketball paired down its final roster early Saturday morning cutting four players including Atlanta's Kyle Korver. Others cut from the roster were Utah's Gordon Hayward, Portland's Damian Lillard and Dallas' Chandler Parsons. The roster had been in flux since the stunning injury to Paul George and the subsequent withdrawal of Kevin Durant. Early on it looked like Korver would make the team as a specialist as a designated three-point shooter to deploy when opponents...
Peachtree Hoops Aug 14, 2014
USA Basketball continued its preparations for the FIBA World Cup on Thursday as the group reconvened in Chicago. USA Basketball's preparations for the FIBA World Cup began again on Thursday in Chicago. The will practice again on Friday before hosting Brazil in an exhibition matchup on Saturday. Atlanta's Kyle Korver is among the players still vying for a spot on the final roster. USA Basketball recently added Rudy Gay to the mix in wake of Paul George's injury and Kevin Durant's withdrawal. The team had another scare on Thursday as center DeMarcus Cousins limped off the court after...
Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago Aug 11, 2014
Doug McDermott speaks with pride while discussing the ascension of Kyle Korver's career in recent years. The 33-year-old Korver, who is on his fourth NBA team in 11 seasons, is coming off the best season of his career and is in the mix to make the Team USA roster for the FIBA World Cup later this month in Spain. And to think Korver, who is the oldest player in Team USA's camp, almost walked away from the game a few years ago. "It's so cool," said McDermott, a Chicago Bulls rookie and fellow Creighton alumnus.
Peachtree Hoops Aug 8, 2014
Kevin Durant's departure probably doesn't change much for Kyle Korver and his status with Team USA Its been a summer to forget for USA Basketball in the wake of Paul George's devastating injury and now the withdrawal of Kevin Durant who is citing mental and physical fatigue. Durant's withdrawal comes on the heels of guys like Kevin Love and Blake Griffin also pulling out for various reasons. Despite the misfortune, Team USA must press on and now have 15 players competing for 12 spots for competition at the FIBA World Cup. Atlanta's Kyle Korver is still among those 15 players and Durant's...
Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago Aug 6, 2014
Kyle Korver doesn't think Doug McDermott knows how good he has it as McDermott gets set to enter Chicago Bulls training camp as a rookie. Korver speaks glowingly about McDermott and believes that his friend will end up being a very good pro in the NBA, but he knows that McDermott will have to make some adjustments during his time in Chicago. "He's got to learn how to deal with [Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau] every day," Korver said recently, with a laugh.
Peachtree Hoops Aug 6, 2014
Kyle Korver is still in the running for a spot on Team USA's FIBA World Cup team and, yes, that is a good thing. USA Basketball is moving forward in the wake of Paul George's injury and will reconvene in Chicago next Thursday. The team announced three cuts earlier this week which included Atlanta Hawks power forward Paul Millsap. The Hawks still have hope however, as Kyle Korver remains in the running and some people think he has a very good chance of sticking on the final 12-man roster as a three-point specialist off the bench. Given George's injury and the serious blow dealt to the...