It’s time for the EuroBasket! Even though the United States of America are not participating in this competition (which is rather obvious), there is still a great deal of talent on display as EuroBasket serves to highlight the best basketball players in Europe.
What exactly is the EuroBasket?
The men’s national basketball teams from FIBA Europe compete against one another every four years in this international basketball tournament. Although the competition has undergone some changes since it was first held in 1935, it is still considered to be the most important basketball event in Europe.
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What kind of format is it in?
A round-robin tournament is played with 24 teams, each of which competes against the other teams in their group. There are a total of 16 teams that advance to the knockout stage, with the top four teams from each group advancing to the next round.
After that, those 16 teams compete against one another in a tournament with a single round of elimination to determine the winner. (The website of the FIBA is a good resource for additional information.)
When and Where Am I Able to Watch It?
The tournament kicks off on September 1 and runs through September 18; the game times are spread out throughout the day and typically begin at 7:20 a.m. Eastern Time (ET). As the playoffs progress, the time that the final game tips off is typically around 4:35 p.m. ET. Every game will be broadcast on ESPN+.
What are the primary distinctions between the rules of EuroBasket and those of the NBA?
Some nations are ecstatic to even be competing in the Group Stage, whereas others have established themselves as perennial contenders by combining their home-grown players with NBA All-Stars.
Although not all of the teams have completed their rosters as of the time that this article was written, I have taken the time to highlight some of the more notable and well-known names.
Roster updates and updated odds for the EuroBasket championship can be found on DraftKings and FanDuel as of Wednesday.
Montenegro +5000 or Out of the Money
Marko Simonovic Georgia (+6500 / +5000)
Goga Bitadze Spain (+1400 / +650)
- Usman Garuba
- Juancho Hernangomez (Bo Cruz!)
- The name is Willy Hernangomez.
- Assistant Coach Sergio Scariolo, who helped the Raptors win a championship and led Bulgaria to the title of EuroCup champion in ’22 (+10000 / +11000).
There are no players of note from Belgium (+6500 / +11000).
Turkey (+1500 / +2400) does not have any notable players.
- Furkan Korkmaz
- Cedi Osman Alperen Sengun
- Ergin Ataman, the team’s head coach, won the EuroLeague in both 21 and 22 and was named Coach of the Year in 21. Group B Germany (+1800 / +2900)
Coach: Gordon Herbert Hungary (+20000 / +6000)
No significant players from Slovenia (+400 / +470), unfortunately.
Mike Tobey Vlatko Cancar
Coach: Aleksander Sekulic
Lithuania (+1000 / +1200)
Coach: Zalgiris Kaunas
Gold Medal 08 (U16), 10 (U18), 11 (U19), 12 (U20) Bosnia and Herzegovina (+15000 / +11000)
Jusuf Nurkic can be reached in France at (+400/+550).
The one and only Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
This is Theo Maledon.
Silver Medal in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Coached by Vincent Collett