Composition, TV, time and date

Composition, TV, time and date

The United States begins its FIBA ​​World Cup campaign next Saturday against New Zealand, an opponent that appears within reach of Team USA. After an ideal preparation with five wins in five matches, the Americans want to continue the momentum and this requires a good start to the World Cup.

United States – New Zealand: Have Americans started bathing?

As in every international competition, Team USA is inevitably one of the favorites to come out on top. Meanwhile, with a group of players, each stronger than the other, nothing could be more natural. However, the World Cup is still viewed as a minor competition compared to the Olympic Games. So, Team B or even E will go to the Philippines. But even with those type of teams, the United States remains a serious customer for players like Jalen Brunson, Anthony Edwards and Brandon Ingram. During the preparation period, they achieved five wins in five matches against Slovenia and Spain in particular. All signs are green for the start of the tournament against New Zealand.

The All-Blacks will have to achieve the greatest achievement in their history. New Zealand ranks 26th in the FIBA ​​rankings. In their team, only Janni Wetzel plays in Europe for Alba Berlin which plays in the Euroleague. The rest play in Australia, New Zealand and Japan in less prestigious tournaments.

Workforce in the United States – New Zealand

workforce United State

  • Paolo Banchero (Orlando Magic)
  • Mikal Bridges (Brooklyn Nets)
  • Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks)
  • Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves)
  • Tyrese Haliburton (Indiana Pacers)
  • Josh Hart (New York Knicks)
  • Brandon Ingram (New Orleans Pelicans)
  • Jaren Jackson Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies)
  • Cam Johnson (Brooklyn Nets)
  • Walker Kesler (Utah Jazz)
  • Bobby Portis (Milwaukee Bucks)
  • Austin Reeves (Los Angeles Lakers)
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workforce in New Zealand

  • Finn Delaney (New Zealand breakers)
  • Flynn Cameron (Melbourne United)
  • Hyrum Harris (Perth Wildcats)
  • Isaac Futo (Utsunomiya Breaks)
  • Isaiah Leyva (New Zealand Breakers)
  • Shea Ealy (Melbourne United)
  • Jordan Ngatai (Bayhawks)
  • Robin Te Rangi (Auckland Tuatara)
  • Taylor Brett (Canterbury Rams)
  • Tuohy Smith-Milner (Adelaide 36ers)
  • Walter Brown (Tasmanian Jack Jumpers)
  • Yanni Wetzel (Alba Berlin)

Basketball World Cup Awards

  • 2002: Yugoslavia
  • 2006: Spain
  • 2010: United States of America
  • 2014: United States of America
  • 2019: Spain

United State – New Zealand (FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023): At what time and on which channel can you watch the match?

The match between the United States and New Zealand will be held on Saturday, August 26, at 2:40 pm, at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay (Philippines). This match will be followed live on beIN Sports 2.

FIBA BASKETBALL WORLD CUP 2023: GROUP C PROGRAM

Saturday 26 August

  • 10:45 am: Jordan – Greece
  • 2.40 pm: United States – New Zealand

Monday 28 August

  • 10:45 am: New Zealand – Jordan
  • 2.40 pm: United States – Greece

Wednesday 30 August

  • 10.40 am: United States – Jordan
  • 2.40 pm: Greece – New Zealand

Read also: The complete program for the 2023 FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup

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