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NBA Regular Season 2019 – 2020 – 2021 Details

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Men’s FIBA World Cup 2019 – 2023 Details

Titles (s)

FIBA World Cup

FIBA World Cup

1. League Name 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup (2019年FIBA篮球世界杯) 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup (Piala Dunia Bola Basket FIBA 2023 |
FIBAバスケットボールワールドカップ2023)
2. Edition 18th 19th
3. Founded / Founder 1950 1950
4. Inaugural season / Motto 1950 1950
5. Dates / Duration 31 August – 15 September 1 – 17 September
6. Number of Teams 32 (from 4 confederations) 32 (from 4 confederations)
7. Countries FIBA members (213 national federations) FIBA members (213 national federations)
8. Continent FIBA (International) FIBA (International)
9. Number of Games 92 92
10. Venues / Regions / Host Cities 8 (in 8 host cities) including Beijing, Foshan, Wuhan, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Dongguan, Nanjing, and Guangzhou 6 (in 6 host cities) including ;

Bocaue (Philippine Arena), Quezon City (Smart Araneta Coliseum), Mall of Asia Arena (Pasay), Pasig (PhilSports Arena) = In Philippines

Jakarta (Istora Gelora Bung Karno) = In Indonesia

Okinawa City (Okinawa Arena) = In Japan

11. Qualification / Rounds The first round of the Americas, Asia/Oceania and Africa qualifiers featured 16 teams each, whereas Europe had 32 teams. Division A teams were split in groups of four, to be held in a home-and-away round-robin. The top three teams in each groups advanced to round two, and the last placed teams played the best Division B teams to qualify for the next season’s Division A.

In round two of the World Cup qualifiers, teams were split in groups of six, totaling four groups in Europe and two in the other qualifiers. Teams carried over the points from round one, and face another three teams again in a home-and-away round-robin. The best teams in each group qualified for the World Cup.

The draw for the qualifiers was held on 7 May 2017 in Guangzhou.

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Philippines, Japan and Indonesia as co-hosts automatically qualify for the tournament when they were awarded hosting rights. However, the automatic qualification for Indonesia is provisional with FIBA imposing a strict condition that the country will have to make its national team competitive by 2021. If so, Indonesia will make their FIBA Basketball World Cup debut.
12. Tournament Format The tournament will be played in three stages. During the first stage, the 32 qualified teams will be sorted into eight groups of four (A-H) and each team in a group will play the other three teams once. The top two teams from each group will then advance to the second group stage. In the second group stage, there will be four groups of four (I-L) made up of the teams that advanced from the first round, again playing each other once. The top two teams from groups I to L will qualify for the final knockout phase. Similar to the 2019 edition, the tournament will be played in three stages. In the first stage, the 32 qualified teams will be sorted into eight groups of four (A–H), each team in a group will play each other once. The top two teams from each group will then advance to the second group stage. In the second group stage there will be four groups (I–L) of four made up of the teams that advanced from the first round, again playing each other once. The top two teams from groups I to L will qualify for the final knockout phase.
13. Squads Each team will have a final roster of 12 players; a team can opt to have one naturalized player as per FIBA eligibility rules from its roster.(The 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup includes teams whose rosters consists of 12 players; a team may opt to have one naturalized player as per FIBA eligibility rules in their roster.

Player ages are as of 31 August 2019, the first day of the tournament.)

Check FIBA 2019 Teams here!

Check Wikipedia Page here

TBA
14. Draw dates The draw took place on 16 March 2019 at Shenzhen Cultural Center in Shenzhen. The final draw will take in Manila, six months before the tournament starts.
15. Draft

16. Groups 3 Stages of the tournament;

  • First Round (Group A-H),
  • Second Round (Group I-L)
  • The top two teams from groups I to L will qualify for the final knockout phase.
3 Stages of the tournament;

  • First Round (Group A-H),
  • Second Round (Group I-L)
  • The top two teams from groups I to L will qualify for the final knockout phase.
17. Final Rankings (Top 4)

Rank may still change

  • 1.  Spain
  • 2.  Argentina
  • 3.  Australia
  • 4.  France

(Final Standings After FIBA World Cup 2019)

TBA
18. Headquarters

Mies, Switzerland

FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, has officially moved into its new headquarters at the House of Basketball, on the outskirts of Geneva. The House of Basketball is situated in the village of Mies, a 10-minute drive from Geneva international airport.

Mies, Switzerland

 

19. Previous World Cup Winner (s) / Most Recent Champion (s)  United States (5th title) – FIBA World Cup 2014  Argentina /  Spain – FIBA World Cup 2019
20. Previous World Cup Runner-up (s) / Most Recent Runner-up (s)
Runners-up (FIBA 2014)  Serbia
Third place (FIBA 2014)  France
Fourth place (FIBA 2014)  Lithuania
Runners-up (FIBA 2019)  Argentina /  Spain
Third place (FIBA 2019)  Australia
Fourth place (FIBA 2019)  France
21. Most Titles  United States (5 titles)
 Yugoslavia (5 titles)
 United States (5 titles)
 Yugoslavia (5 titles)
22. Top Seed / Season MVP / MOP FIBA 2019 (Current Event) – TBA

MVP (FIBA 2014) United States Kyrie Irving
Top scorer (FIBA 2014) Puerto Rico J. J. Barea
(22.0 points per game)
FIBA 2023 (Future Event) – TBA
23. Next Season (s) / World Cup (s)

2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup (Piala Dunia Bola Basket FIBA 2023 |
FIBAバスケットボールワールドカップ2023)

Host countries Indonesia
Japan
Philippines
Teams 32 (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s) 6 (in 6 host cities)
24. Finals site Wukesong Arena, Beijing (FIBA 2019 FINAL) Philippine Arena, Bocaue, Bulacan, Philippines (FIBA 2023 FINAL)
25. Broadcasters / TV Channels (Partners) / Media Coverage Fox Sports, Eurosport, Māori Television, Sky, ESPN

Get the complete list here:

FIBA 2019 Broadcasting TV Channels

  •  Argentina – TV Pública
  •  Australia – Fox Sports
  •  Brazil – SporTV
  •  Canada – DAZN
  •  Cuba – ICRTV
  •  Indonesia – TVRI
  •  Iran – IRIB
  •  Japan – Fuji TV
  •  Malaysia – Astro
  •  Philippines – ESPN 5
  •  Russia – Match TV
  •  Singapore – StarHub
  •  South Korea – SPOTV
  •  Turkey – NTV
  •  Uruguay – Antel
  •  Ukraine – XSPORT
  •  United Kingdom – Eurosport
  •  United States – ESPN
26. Official Website (s)
27. Wikipedia Page (s)
28. Popular Teams Names / Short Forms Poland (POL), Argentina (ARG), Spain (ESP), Serbia (SRB), Brazil (BRA), France (FRA), United States (USA), Lithuania (LTU) and Australia (AUS)

  • Popular Teams After FIBA World Cup 2014
Spain (ESP), Argentina (ARG), Australia (AUS), France (FRA), Serbia (SRB), Czech Republic (CZE), United States (USA), Poland (POL) 

  • Popular Teams After FIBA World Cup 2019
29. Live Stream

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1. NBA Canada

2. NBA & NBA G League

3. NCAA Division I, II, III

4. Various College Basketball Games

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