FIBA to live stream preparation games of Australia, Canada and New Zealand

FIBA to live stream preparation games of Australia, Canada and New Zealand

Four test matches between Australia, Canada and New Zealand to be live-streamed on YouTube.

With the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 just around the corner, FIBA and Australia’s National Basketball League have teamed up to live stream the Australian Boomers, Canada Basketball and the New Zealand Tall Blacks preparation games for the World Cup.

The three teams will be playing a number of warm-up games as part of the International Basketball Series 2019 prior to their quest to become World Champions in China, with the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 tipping off on August 31 in eight different cities across China.

The following four games will be streamed on FIBA’s YouTube channel and also on the FIBA Facebook channel, accessible for viewers outside of Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

16 August 2019 – Australian Boomers vs. Canada Basketball in Perth
(10:30 GMT)

17 August 2019 – Australian Boomers vs. Canada Basketball in Perth
(10:30 GMT)

20 August 2019 – Canada Basketball vs. New Zealand Tall Blacks in Sydney
(10:30 GMT)

21 August 2019 – Canada Basketball vs. New Zealand Tall Blacks in Sydney
(10:30 GMT)

NBL Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Loeliger said “We are incredibly pleased that fans around the globe will be able to tune into an Australian Boomers team that features six NBL players, and a New Zealand Tall Blacks team with a further 10, both of which we have every confidence will be amongst the strongest at the World Cup.”

The 2019 International Basketball Series is delivered by TEG Live in partnership with Basketball Australia.

FIBA is very happy to collaborate with the NBL to offer these highly anticipated games to our global audience and also provide international basketball fans with more action-packed live content.

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