BASKET The French team begins the 2023 Basketball World Cup in Indonesia against Canada, the group's toughest opponent, this Friday (3:30 p.m.)
Nicolas Batum and the Blues must start their 2023 Basketball World Cup well against Canada, this Friday (3:30 p.m.) in a tough group. — Christophe SAIDI/SIPA Refresh Show highlights only
- Les Bleus are doing their thing entering the 2023 Basketball World Cup this Friday against Canada (3:30 p.m. on beIN Sports).
- The match is played at; the Indonesia Arena in Jakarta, like all the matches of the first round of the Blues.
- The French team is almost complete, since only Victor Wembanyama and Frank Ntilikina are absent. Canada must do without its NBA champion Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets).
- Vincent Collet's men must start their World Cup well against the Canadians, in a tough group; also made up of from Lebanon and Latvia.
08h00: Salut la compagnie!
Very happy to see you again to follow together the entry into the running of the French basketball team in this 2023 World Cup against the Canada. Even without NBA champion Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets), the Canadiens are the toughest opponent in this group. Let's not hide, the Blues, thanks to an almost complete squad (excluding Wembanyama and Ntilikina) act as favorites in this World Cup alongside the Americans, largely decimated, and the Spaniards without their two leaders Ricky Rubio and Lorenzo Brown. But before thinking about the title, it will be necessary to start by getting out of this raised hen also composed of Latvia and Lebanon.
>> We meet around 3:15 p.m. to follow together this first match of the Blues in this World Basketball 2023, with a kick-off at; 3:30 p.m.