FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Schedule: Live stream, TV channel, dates@start time
The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 is set to warn in China later this mid year. The worldwide ball rivalry will incorporate a record 32 taking an interest nations, who qualified during competitions in the course of recent years.
This will be the eighteenth release of the FIBA Basketball World Cup and the first occasion when it has ever been held in China. The games will happen in eight urban areas – Beijing, Foshan, Wuhan, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Nanjing, Shanghai and Guangzhou – crosswise over five regions. Altogether, there will be 92 games played over only 16 days.
• First Round (Group Phase): Aug. 31 – Sept. 5
• Second Round (Group Phase): Sept. 6 – 9
• Quarterfinals: Sept. 10 – 11
• Semifinals: Sept. 13
• Final: Sept. 15
A lot of NBA players from over the globe are relied upon to take part in the competition (Team USA declared their preparation camp welcomes in June). In any case, before the official programs are reported later this mid year, prepare for the challenge with all that you have to think about the FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Thirty-two nations qualified to play in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup through qualifying competitions played in 2017. Five nations are from Africa, 12 from Europe, seven from the Americas, and eight from Asia and Oceania.
The 32 nations who qualified to contend were put in eight gatherings during the Official Draw held in mid-March. These gatherings will go up against one another during the first round of the Group Phase, which highlights 48 games all out (3 games for every group, 6 games for every gathering).
Here are the eight gatherings for the first round of the 2019 World Cup:
Gathering A: Cote d’Ivoire, Poland, Venezuela, China
Gathering B: Russia, Argentina, Korea, Nigeria
Gathering C: Spain, Iran, Puerto Rico, Tunisia
Gathering D: Angola, Philippines, Italy, Serbia
Gathering E: Turkey, Czech Republic, USA, Japan
Gathering F: Greece, New Zealand, Brazil, Montenegro
Gathering G: Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Jordan
Gathering H: Canada, Senegal, Lithuania, Australia
The best two groups from each gathering development to the second round of the Group Phase. The last two groups from each gathering move to the Classification Round to vie for spots 17 to 32.
The second round of the Group Phase highlights four gatherings of four groups playing a sum of 16 games (two games for each group, four games for every gathering). In this second round, groups just play against groups they didn’t look during the first round. The best two groups from each gathering development to the Quarterfinals, while the last two groups in each gathering are disposed of and positioned in spots No. 9 to 16.
The Final Phase of the World Cup is a 16-group, single-end competition. The losing groups in the Quarterfinals move to the Classification Round for spots No. 5 to 8. The losing groups in the Semifinals contend in a game for third place.
The victor of the competition is the champ of the last game on Sep. 15 in Beijing.
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