The Argentine basketball team will find a place in the semifinals against Australia: Time and TV.
El Alma will try to get among the best four of the competition and search for a medal before the oceanic cast. From 9 pm, at the Saitama Super Arena.
Argentina's basketball team, current world silver medalist, wants to continue his legacy and seek agigantando give a new blow to the Tokyo Olympics 2020. After a harrowing classification, the Alma face the tough Australian team. From 9 o'clock, at the Saitama Super Arena. They will broadcast TV Pública and TyC Sports.
Despite arriving with a perfect scroll (China finished second in 2019 and Lima won a gold medal at the Pan American Games in 2019), the national team needed to qualify for the next round after starting its journey with a defeat against Slovenia. I had to suffer a lot: 118 to 100 and Spain, 81 to 71.
The Albiceleste, after the hand of the Dream Team of the United States, when they beat the Czech Republic 119-84, reached the quarterfinals thanks to their 97-77 victory against Japan, a team led by the Argentine Julio Lamas.
The oceanic is a rival to fear. After finishing fourth in the World Cup held in China two years ago, they come to this tournament with a thirst for revenge. Among its leading figures are two NBA as Patty Mills and Joe Ingles. The San Antonio Spurs guard, a former teammate of Manu Ginobili, is his top scorer with 21.7 points. He also averages 5.7 assists and 3.7 rebounds. Meanwhile, the 2.04-meter forward of the Utah Jazz has a roster with 10.3 units, 3.7 assists, and 4.3 rebounds.
The hopes of those led by Sergio Hernández will be pinned on what their two central figures will be able to do: the eternal captain Luifa Scola (19.7 points and 5.3 rebounds on average) and the point guard Facundo Campazzo. Among its main sides are Nicolás Laprovittola, Gabriel Deck, and Lucas Vildoza
It is worth noting that both teams saw each other during a previous tour in Las Vegas. In that commitment, Australia was imposed tightly by a score of 87 to 84
The winner of this crossing will be measured in the semifinals against the United States; a team left on the way to Spain after beating it by 95 to 81. Kevin Durant, a man for the Brooklyn Nets, was the top gunner of those led by Gregg Popovich with 29 goals. On the other side of the table, Luka Doncic's Slovenia had no problems beating Germany 94-70.
Stadium: Saitama Super Arena
Referees: Aleksandar Glisic (Serbia) and Martins Kozlovskis (Latvia)
Television: Public TV and TyC Sports