The FIBA Basketball World Cup is getting down to the nitty gritty as we reach the quarterfinals, where only the best teams remain.
Only eight teams are left in the tournament and have advanced after some wild upsets and shock results.
The games will take place on September 5 and 6 and will all be played in Manila, Philippines, at the Mall of Asia Arena.
The four teams (out of eight competing teams) that win will advance to the semifinals that will take place on Sept. 8.
The full quarterfinals schedule can be found below:
(please note, times are based off Eastern Time Zone in the US)* To check what time the games are on in your timezone / country head to the FIBA website.
Sept. 5 games
Lithuania vs. Serbia, 4:45 a.m. ET
Italy vs. USA, 8:40 a.m. ET
Sept. 6 games
Germany vs. Latvia, 4:45 a.m. ET
Canada vs. Slovenia, 8:30 a.m. ET
The remaining teams (and their continuing records) are below:
FIBA World Cup quarterfinals – Teams
The tournament is available to stream in selected territories around the globe, via FIBA’s Courtside 1891 Basketball.
Fans in the following countries and territories can purchase a Courtside 1891’s Pass: Angola, Argentina, Cape Verde, Cote D’Ivoire, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Puerto Rico, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey and United Kingdom.
Otherwise, if you’re in Spain, RTVE is where you can watch, Sportsnet are showing games in Canada, France Televisions and beIN will be sharing the rights in France, while ESPN / Kayo Sports will stream games in Australia and in the US, ESPN (including ESPN2 and ESPN Plus*subscription required) is where you can watch all the action.