The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 will qualify teams directly for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games or through 4 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments FIBA Continental Cups 2021/22 Qualifiers The FIBA Continental Cups 2021/22 Pre-Qualifiers will take place during the same windows as the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Qualifiers, starting in November 2017.
Qualification for Olympic Games. As of 2020, qualification for the Olympic Games is through the FIBA Basketball World Cup. Universality remains in place for the qualifying process for the Olympic Games, thereby ensuring that each continent is represented. The FIBA Basketball World Cup will produce seven directly qualified teams for the Olympic Games, with hosts* receiving automatic qualification to the event.
Isaiah Thomas had 21 points and 10 assists for the U.S. (1-1) in its 97-88 loss to Mexico in the opening qualifying round for the 2023 Basketball World Cup.
The qualifying tournaments for the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 were finalised on Tuesday, 23 November, following a draw in Geneva, Switzerland. The four tournaments, which will take place from 10-13 February, will determine the 12 teams who will join the USA and Australia at the Women's Basketball World Cup in Sydney on September 22. 16 teams were eligible for the draw following their qualification from their respective continental championships.
Olympic Qualification. The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 will qualify directly seven teams to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games while the 16 next best classified teams at the World Cup will get the chance of qualifying through the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments. The lineup for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournaments will be completed by two additional teams per region for a total of 24 teams, who will compete in four tournaments of six teams each.
Eighty national teams are in the hunt to secure their spot in the 32 team tournament through six World Cup qualifying windows, which take place from November 2021 to February 2023. On August 25th, the World Cup Group Phase will start in the three host countries and end in Manila, Philippines for the Final Phase.
Canadians answer the call in World Cup men’s basketball qualifying. Canada laid waste to the Bahamas in FIBA men’s World Cup qualifying on Monday afternoon, hardly a surprise and not the most ...