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A question for every team at the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 Qualifying Tournaments

SYDNEY (Australia) - The FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 Qualifying Tournaments will provide the answers to many questions when 16 nations take to the court next month.

But what is the one key question each team must answer if they want to impress and be a success?

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Question: Will Sami Whitcomb continue where she left off last year as the driving force for the Opals?

When the Opals bowed out of Tokyo 2020 after a tame and underwhelming campaign, they took a young and inexperienced side to Amman for the FIBA Women's AsiaCup 2021. Hopes were pinned on WNBA guard Whitcomb, who having been overlooked for the Olympics, parachuted in late and put on a spectacular show to lead Australia to bronze. Is she ready to now continue that impressive impact and momentum?


Question: Is the return of Jisu Park the difference-maker for Korea?

Even if Korea didn't win a game at Tokyo 2020, Park was still a colossus and because she didn't step out at the subsequent FIBA Women's AsiaCup 2021, she didn't get to play for new head coach Sunmin Jung. With the towering center back to add presence at both ends of the court, surely this gives Korea a renewed edge. She will look to combine with forwards Kim Danbi and Isaem Choi to get their team that precious ticket to Sydney.


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