FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019

The 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup is the 18th tournament of the FIBA Basketball World Cup for men’s national basketball teams. The tournament is hosted in China and was rescheduled from 2018 to 2019, becoming the first since 1967 that will not occur in the same year as the FIFA World Cup (which was held the previous year). The group stage is expanded from 24 to 32 teams.

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The FIBA World Cup will not be broadcast on TV in the U.S., but there are plenty of other ways to keep up with the action.

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FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Live Streming

FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Full Schedule:
(All times are PHT — Philippine Time, GMT+8)

August 31, 2019 (Saturday)
Serbia def. Angola, 105-59
Poland def. Venezuela, 80-69
Puerto Rico def. Iran, 83-81
Russia def. Nigeria, 82-77
Italy def. Philippines, 108-62
China def. Ivory Coast, 70-55
Spain def. Tunisia, 101-62
Argentina def. Korea, 95-69
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September 1, 2019 (Sunday)
Australia def. Canada, 108-92
Brazil def. New Zealand, 102-94
Turkey def. Japan, 86-67
Dominican Republic def. Jordan, 80-76
Lithuania def. Senegal, 101-47
Greece def. Montenegro, 85-60
USA def. Czech Republic, 88-67
France def. Germany, 78-74
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September 2, 2019 (Monday)
Italy def. Angola, 92-61
Venezuela def. Ivory Coast, 87-71
Tunisia def. Iran, 79-67
Argentina def. Nigeria, 94-81
Serbia def. Philippines, 126-67
Poland def. China, 79-76 (OT)
Russia def. Korea, 87-73
Spain def. Puerto Rico, 73-63
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September 3, 2019 (Tuesday)
Australia def. Senegal, 81-68
New Zealand def. Montenegro, 93-83
Czech Republic def. Japan, 89-76
Dominican Republic def. Germany, 70-68
Lithuania def. Canada, 92-69
Brazil def. Greece, 79-78
France def. Jordan, 103-64
USA def. Turkey, 93-92 (OT)
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September 4, 2019 (Wednesday)
Angola def. Philippines, 84-81 (OT)
Poland def. Ivory Coast, 80-63
Nigeria def. Korea, 108-66
Puerto Rico def. Tunisia, 67-64
Serbia def. Italy, 92-77
Venezuela def. China, 72-59
Spain def. Iran, 73-65
Argentina def. Russia, 69-61
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September 5, 2019 (Thursday)
Canada def. Senegal, 82-60
Brazil def. Montenegro, 84-73
Germany def. Jordan, 96-62
Czech Republic def. Turkey, 91-76
Australia def. Lithuania, 87-82
Greece def. New Zealand, 103-97
USA def. Japan, 98-45
France def. Dominican Repuplic, 90-56
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September 6, 2019 (Friday) Round 2 & Classification
Nigeria def. Ivory Coast, 83-66
Iran def. Angola, 71-62
Poland def. Russia, 79-74
Serbia def. Puerto Rico, 90-47
Tunisia def. Philippines, 86-67
China def. Korea, 77-73
Argentina def. Venezuela, 87-67
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September 7, 2019 (Saturday) Round 2 & Classification
USA vs. Greece
Brazil vs. Czech Republic
Lithuania vs. France
Australia vs. Dominican Republic
Turkey vs. Montenegro
New Zealand vs. Japan
Senegal vs. Germany
Canada vs. Jordan

September 8, 2019 (Sunday) Round 2 & Classification
(4:00PM) Venezuela vs. Russia
(4:00PM) Ivory Coast vs. Korea
(4:00PM) Angola vs. Tunisia
(4:30PM) Italy vs. Puerto Rico
(8:00PM) Poland vs. Argentina
(8:00PM) China vs. Nigeria
(8:00PM) Philippines vs. Iran
(8:30PM) Serbia vs. Spain

September 9, 2019 (Monday) Round 2 & Classification
Czech Republic vs. Greece
USA vs. Brazil
Dominican Republic vs. Lithuania
France vs. Australia
Japan vs. Montenegro
Turkey vs. New Zealand
Jordan vs. Senegal
Germany vs. Canada

September 10-11, 2019 (Quarterfinals)
September 12, 2019 (Classification Round 5-8)
September 13, 2019 (Semifinals)
September 14, 2019 (Classification Round 5-6)
September 15, 2019 (Final)

Live stream for every game of the 2019 FIBA World Cup is available via ESPN+.

The tournament will also act as qualification for the 2020 Summer Olympics, which will take the top two teams from each of the Americas and Europe, and the top team from each of Africa, Asia and Oceania, alongside the tournament’s host Japan. Both Montenegro and the Czech Republic will each make their first appearance as independent nations after previously being part of Serbia and Montenegro and Czechoslovakia respectively, while Poland makes its return to the FIBA Basketball World Cup for the first time since 1967

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