USA Basketball moving to Tempe

2013-07-31T11:12:00Z 2013-07-31T11:13:29Z USA Basketball moving to TempeBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
July 31, 2013 11:12 am  • 

USA Basketball announced today it is moving its headquarters from Colorado Springs, Colo., to Tempe.

The move, reported Tuesday night by the Arizona Republic, is a potential recruiting boon not only for ASU but also UA, since top youth prospects train and tryout there and can make easy (and virtually free) stopovers for unofficial visits to Tucson.

This summer alone, USA Basketball hosted Aaron Gordon, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Brandon Ashley in Colorado Springs for the U19 tryouts, while 2015 UA target Ivan Rabb played for the U16 team.


Parker Jackson-Cartwright made a pitch for Craig Victor to join him with the Wildcats (as mentioned toward the end of this CBSSports story).


Oregon will open the season in South Korea against Georgetown.


The Los Angeles Sentinel profiled 2014 UA target Stanley Johnson, now becoming known as Mater Dei's best-ever player.


Jahlil Okafor is taking his time.


2015 UA target Tyler Dorsey picked up an offer from Duke.

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