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Josh Childress Goes International

Air Childress (AP, Paul Sakuma)

Though the last few days following Team USA's performance in the 2003 Pan Am Games has been disappointing, the losses do not negate the value and experience for Stanford's Josh Childress with the team. He made a statement simply by making the final team, but the junior forward had more to still achieve. Read on for his experiences with his summer all-star teammates...

Stanford junior small forward Josh Childress has spent an unusual summer thus far.  In addition to individual workouts back in California, he made a trip to Colorado Springs (CO) in June for the first wave of USA Basketball tryouts for the 2003 Pan American Games Team.  The 6'8" combo forward sparkled at those workouts and was favored by Team USA head coach Tom Izzo as one of the top three... Recommended Stories

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