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FIBA World Cup: This is how you see the Germany-Slovenia match live

FIBA World Cup: This is how you see the Germany-Slovenia match live

  • FIBA World Cup: This is how you see the Germany-Slovenia match live
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  • The match against Luka Dončić and Co. begins. Sunday at 1:10 p.m

Germany has qualified for the intermediate round of the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup. After the match against Georgia on Friday, the second expected competitor there is Slovenia with star Luka Doncic. The appointment is Sunday, September 3, at 1:10 p.m. Here you can find out where you can watch the match live, who is commenting on the broadcast, and who are the experts on duty.

Germany vs Georgia live on MagentaSport and MagentaTV

Telekom owns the broadcast rights to the Basketball World Cup and broadcasts the matches via live streaming via its MagentaSport and MagentaTV services. In contrast to other content, German national team matches can also be watched for free to anyone who does not have a MagentaSport or MagentaTV subscription. On the other hand, there will be no broadcast on free-to-air television or in general on linear television. Initial reports on MagentaSport and MagentaTV always start about an hour before matches with German participation, in this case at 12 noon.

Basketball World Cup: Who will comment on Germany’s match against Slovenia?

Michael Korner and Pascal Roller comment on the transmission. Expert Ireti Amojo and expert Per Günther are at your side with their expert knowledge. The program is moderated by Jan Ludek, and the on-site reporter is Benny Zander.

Franz Wagner: A good defense is the key to success

Meanwhile, Franz Wagner is still suffering from an ankle ailment, but hopes to play in the middle role. In MagentaSport he commented on the match against Slovenia. “We don’t have a chance unless we all play good defense against him together. But he will do his things. It will be a 40-minute battle. But I think we are well prepared,” Franz Wagner says of Luka Doncic, who (as of Thursday) had scored (as of Thursday) 90 points in the World Cup. “.

“I don’t think Georgia has what it takes to beat Germany,” MagentaSport expert Per Günther explains on the World Cup Diary podcast. “Georgia generally has a strong side that tries to control you physically.

FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023: Intermediate Round on MagentaSport and MagentaTV

Friday, September 1, 2023

From 9:30 am: Germany – Georgia
– 9:45 am: Serbia – Italy
From 10:25 a.m.: USA – Montenegro
From 11.30 am: Spain – Latvia
1.30 pm: Slovenia – Australia
– 1:45 pm: Dominican Republic – Puerto Rico
– 2.25 pm: Lithuania – Greece
From 3:15 pm: Canada – Brazil

Sunday, September 3, 2023

From 9:15 am: Australia – Georgia
From 9:45 am: Italy – Puerto Rico
– 10:25 am: Greece – Montenegro
From 11:30 am: Brazil – Latvia
– 12:00 noon: Germany – Slovenia
– 1.45 pm: Dominican Republic – Serbia
– 2:25 pm: United States of America – Lithuania
From 3:15 pm: Spain – Canada

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FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023: MagentaSport podcast with Per Gunther

In addition to live broadcasts and other video content, MagentaSport also offers a daily audio broadcast: expert Per Gunther and reporter Benny Zander report daily from Japan in “World Cup Diaries”. The podcast is available on all major platforms. Per Günther also gave his assessment of the DBB pick’s performance so far and the upcoming mid-round.

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He is satisfied with the German team’s performance and, because of the regulation, sees that all points from the group stage count towards the intermediate round, and that even defeat poses a risk of reaching the knockout stage: “We know it will be.” It will also be a difficult task in the second round. If Australia beat Slovenia, we have to beat Slovenia to avoid the three-way showdown. Many things can happen after that. We can’t get our feet up in the second round.”

In his opinion, the team is on the right track: “You cannot point to any German player who is not happy with his role or his game. You don’t have anyone to worry about. “This is an absolute luxury.”

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