3D GLOBAL SPORTS VS CHINA
3D Global Sports Women's All-Stars launched their inaugural team in June 2019, for the Sino-International Women's Basketball Challenge, where they competed in three exhibition games agaisnt China's Senior National Women's team. While the 3D Team went 0-3 agaisnt a well-prepared China Senior National Team that just came back from playing WNBA teams, 3D came close to a victory in a game led by Maggie Lucas, who's outstanding play earned her a contract in the CBA for Tianjin.
NOV 1st: GAME 1 @ Cixi, Zhejiang
NOV 3rd: GAME 2 @ Yichang, Hubei
The 3D Global Sports program is honored to play to exhibitions games against Team China, this November. These games will aid team China in their preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The two games will take place in Cixi, Zheijiang and Yichang, Hubei, and will be broadcasted, streamed, throughout China on CCTV5 (The Official National Sports Channel of China).
For the two games scheduled for November 1st and 3rd, 3D has again assembled an international coaching staff (formed by our IDCP: International Development Coachign Program). The coaching staff will bring their background and expeirience working with the WNBA, Euroleague and their respective National Basketball Federations, The 3D Women's Head Coach is former WNBA and Euroleague Albena Branzova (Canada), and Assistant Coaches are Gergana Branzova (Bulgaria Federation), and Dalius Ubartas (Lithuania Federation) and Aziz Akkaya (Besiktas - Turkey Federation)
3D WOMEN'S OFFICIAL ROSTER
Head Coach: Albena Branzova (Canada)
Director of Strategy and Analytics: Dalius Ubartas - (Lithuanian Basketball Federation National Coach)
Mental Performance Coach: Gergana Branzova - (Bulgaria Basketball Federation)
Assistant Coach: Aziz Akkaya - Besiktas - (Turkey Federation National Coach)
Athletic Therapist: Julia Hochstein - (Canada)
Media Director: Erikas Kirvelaitis - (BC Vytautas Prienai – Lithuania)
Director of Operations: Carl Berman (United States)
President and General Manager: Teodor Teddy Tochev
(C) Ashley Morrissette - 5'10 PG - Purdue – Dynamo-NPU (Ukraine), Washington Mystics (WNBA)
Bianca Cuevas-Moore – 5’6 PG – South Carolina – New York Liberty (WNBA)
Simone Westbrook – 5’8 G – Clemson
Brianna Banks – 5’9 G – Penn State – Spain LFB, (2x NCAA Champion: Connecticut)
Tyler Scaife – 5’9 G – Rutgers University – Sampaio (Brazil), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA)
D’Asia Chambers – 6’0 F – Slippery Rock – Musel Pikes (Luxembourg), CEWL
Catherine Traer – 6’1 F – Carleton University – Canada National Team(3x3)
Elin Ljunggren – 6’2 F – Alvik Basket (Sweden) - Sweden National Team
Rashida Timbilla – 6’2 F – Massachusetts – Germany DBBL
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