Or, you can watch on-demand with full game replays and extended highlights. You'll also be able to watch the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 with Courtside 1891 next summer. * Click here to subscribe to Courtside 1891 *Geo-restrictions may apply From February 23, national teams will begin the hunt for the remaining spots to appear on the biggest international basketball spotlight in August and September. Not sure which games are the most interesting? Check out the Top 5 must-watch games from Americas and African Qualifiers: Top 5 must-watch games in FIBA World Cup Americas Qualifiers window Top 5 must-watch games in FIBA World Cup African Qualifiers window Ukraine-Italy, Greece-Serbia, Egypt-South Sudan, Japan-Iran, Brazil-Puerto Rico, and Argentina-Canada seem like must-watch games for real basketball junkies, with high stakes and quality on them. Meanwhile, in Europe, there will be some crucial battles for the remaining tickets to the upcoming FIBA World Cup 2023.
5 points and 6. 5 rebounds. Standing at 2. 19m, the young French prospect is currently projected to go No. 1 pick in the 2023 NBA Draft with bags of promise attached to his name. Top things you should know about Victor Wembanyama 2023 Basketball World Cup qualifiers: Europe – Groups and schedule After the conclusion of the first round, 24 teams were divided into four groups of six: Group I Greece* Latvia* Türkiye Belgium Serbia Great Britain Group J Germany* Finland* Slovenia* Israel Sweden Estonia **Group K ** France* Lithuania* Montenegro Czechia Bosnia and Herzegovina Hungary Group L Italy* Spain* Iceland Georgia Ukraine Netherlands *Qualified for 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup Group I will play across two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Friday 24 February Greece v Serbia Great Britain v Belgium Türkiye v Latvia **Monday 27 February ** Latvia v Greece Serbia v Great Britain Belgium v Türkiye Group J will play across two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: **Friday 24 February ** Israel v Finland Estonia v Slovenia Germany v Sweden Monday 27 February Slovenia v Israel Finland v Germany Sweden v Estonia Group K will play across two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Thursday 23 February Czechia v France Lithuania v Hungary Bosnia and Herzegovina v Montenegro Sunday 26 February France v Lithuania Hungary v Bosnia and Herzegovina Montenegro v Czechia Group L will play across two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Netherlands v Georgia Iceland v Spain Italy v Ukraine Ukraine v Netherlands Spain v Italy Georgia v Iceland Islamic Republic of Iran is one of four teams from Asia still in with a chance of qualifying for the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup (2022 Getty Images)2023 Basketball World Cup Qualifiers: Asia and Oceania preview Four teams from Asia and Oceania remain in fight for the last two World Cup spots: Islamic Republic of Iran, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan.
Hungary (18:30 CET) Czech Republic vs. France (18:45) Netherlands vs. Georgia (19:30 CET) Bosnia & Herzegovina vs. Montenegro (20:00 CET) Iceland vs. Spain (20:45 CET) Italy vs. Ukraine (21:00 CET) Asian Qualifiers Japan vs. Iran (07:00 CET) Australia vs. Bahrain (09:00 CET) China vs. Kazakhstan (12:30 CET) Americas Qualifiers Brazil vs. Puerto Rico (23:30 CET) Feb. 24 schedule European Qualifiers Israel vs.
Of those four, two can clinch a berth on the first of the two game-days. In Group E, should Jordan beat India or New Zealand defeat Saudi Arabia then Jordan will progress. In Group F, should Iran defeat Japan, and People’s Republic of China defeat Kazakhstan then Iran will secure a spot in the World Cup. If results don’t fall this way, then the door opens to both Kazakhstan and Saudi Arabia meaning all four teams are back in the race. Having stunned New Zealand in Window 5 Jordan are without a doubt in the strongest position to qualify.
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How to qualify for basketball at Paris 2024: The Olympics qualification system explained Slovenia and Germany are among the 17 teams already qualified for the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup (2022 Getty Images)The countries that successfully made it through the second round were drawn to make up groups of six teams. For the regions of Asia (including Oceania), Africa and the Americans, there are two six-team groups. For Europe there are four. Over the course of the last two Windows the teams in each group have been playing each other in home-and-away fixtures.
In the 92-75 victory over a youthful Tall Blacks side, Dar Tucker put in an impressive showing supplying 31 points while big man Ahmad Al Dwairi capitalised on his presence to notch 22 points and 12 rebounds. Both men are available as part of the Jordanian roster for Window 6 and will be looked upon to produce a similar level of performance when they go against India and World Cup co-hosts Philippines this week. 2023 Basketball World Cup qualifiers: Asia and Oceania – Groups and schedule After the conclusion of the first round, 12 teams were divided into two groups of six: Group E New Zealand* Lebanon* Philippines* Jordan Saudi Arabia India Group F Australia* Japan* People's Republic of China* Kazakhstan Islamic Republic of Iran Bahrain Group E will play in two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Philippines v Lebanon India v Jordan New Zealand v Saudi Arabia India v Saudi Arabia Philippines v Jordan New Zealand v Lebanon Group F will play in two game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Japan v Islamic Republic of Iran Australia v Bahrain People’s Republic of China v Kazakhstan Saturday 26 February People’s Republic of China v Islamic Republic of Iran Japan v Bahrain Australia v Kazakhstan 2023 Basketball World Cup Qualifiers: Africa stars to watch For the nations of Africa still in the hunt, just four tickets are left for August’s FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Cape Verde - with four wins in seven games - stand to make history should they qualify. Recognising the magntitude of the opportunity the archipelago has assembled its strongest team for the last remaining Window including successfully calling Jeff Xavier out of retirement. The 37-year-old stepped away from international basketball after helping Cape Verde in the first qualification games back in November 2021 where he recorded 12. 7 points per game.
Of that list, Serbia and Montenegro need just one win to ensure their place in the World Cup. With so much riding on the next two games countries are turning out their best rosters they can with those playing in the United States' top basketball league - the NBA - unable to compete with the season in full swing. One player worth watching out when the action in Europe gets underway will be France's Victor Wembanyama. Though the hosts of next year's Olympics have already booked their place at the World Cup in the previous Window, their work now begins preparing their squad for the challenge and 19-year-old Wembanyama is expecetd to be a key piece of the puzzle. When he suited up for France in Window 5, Wembanyama averaged 19.
After regretting not suiting up for his country in August, Xavier is on a personal mission to get his country to the World Cup. Also set to make history are South Sudan who stand to become the newest African country to qualify for their first ever-World Cup on their first attempt should they win one of their final three games. Standing in their way will be heavyweights Senegal, Democratic Republic of the Congo and then Egypt. 2023 Basketball World Cup qualifiers: Africa – Groups and schedule Cote d'Ivoire* Angola Cape Verde Nigeria Guinea Uganda South Sudan Egypt Senegal Tunisia Democratic Republic of the Congo Cameroon Group E will play in three game-days, which are scheduled to take place as follows: Nigeria v Cote d’Ivoire Cape Verde v Guinea Uganda v Angola Saturday 25 February Guinea v Nigeria Cote d’Ivoire v Uganda Angola v Cape Verde Uganda v Guinea Cape Verde v Cote d’Ivoire Nigeria v Angola Cameroon v Democratic Republic of the Congo South Sudan v Senegal Tunisia v Egypt Democratic Republic of the Congo v South Sudan Senegal v Tunisia Egypt v Cameroon Tunisia v Democratic Republic of the Congo Cameroon v Senegal South Sudan v Egypt Facundo Campazzo celebrates Argentina's semi-final win over France at the 2019 FIBA World Cup in Beijing 2023 Basketball World Cup Qualifiers: Americas preview Six tickets for the FIBA Basketball World Cup are still up for grabs for teams in the Americas region with eight contenders still eligible.