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    Default Where to watch/download the World Championships 2006

    I have good info for all fans

    DSF (german sports program) will show all 19 games (LIVE!) from World Championships 2006 in Japan.

    First game Germany vs. Japan live on DSF on 19.08 at 5:55 AM

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    Slovenian TV (TV Slovenija 2) will also broadcast the games, but mostly games of our NT (at least I've heard something like that). This is the information for people from Austria, Croatia who can also get this TV channel.

    If any other TV like DSF (which I can get from the satellite ) will broadcast the games during the World Championships 2006 in Japan, just say it here.

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    live feed also on the internet?

    anyone anyone!?!?!?!

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    The Scandinavian-Baltic (Denmark-based) TV Viasat network will broadcast 60 out of 80 WC matches. It includes three channels Viasat Sport 2, Viasat Sport 3 and Viasat Xtra. It is usually a pay-tv, but many people in the Baltics get them (except Xtra) via cable contracts.

    for more info check www.viasat.dk

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    Crotian television - HRT 2, will broadcast one game per day.

    Combined with RTV SLO 2, DSF and RTS, Balkans will have pretty good coverage.
    My blog about european hoops http://insidehoops.blog.com

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    We could make a list of all the channels so that it will be easier for people to find all broadcasters in one place. Here is a small list of some channels.

    Africa
    Supersports ---------------- South Africa & Sub Saharan Africa
    Botswana ------------------- Television Botswana

    Americas
    America One ----------------- USA

    Asia
    CCTV5 ------------------------ China
    Al Jazeera Sport ------------- Middle East
    TVB --------------------------- Hong Kong

    Europe
    Sport TV Portugal ----------- Portugal
    NTV Plus --------------------- Russia
    Candover -------------------- Hungary
    Sport Expresen (IEC) ------- Sweden
    Mega Sports ----------------- Ukraine
    Setanta Sport --------------- UK and Ireland
    ASPN ------------------------- Slovenia
    TV3 --------------------------- Lithuania
    Viasat Sport 1, 2 and 3 ----- Baltics and Scandinavia
    DSF ------------------------ Germany
    Slovenian TV (TV Slovenija 2) -- Slovenia
    HRT 2 ------------------------- Croatia

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    ESPN2 will be showing most of the US games, if not all of them. And I know if you subscribe to NBAtv, you'll get several non-USA WC games.

    Stuart

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    Turkish NTV, as usual.
    I'm sure they will broadcast as many games as the schedule allows.

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    Program for DSF channel

    Samstag, 19. Aug., 5.55 Uhr
    Deutschland - Japan LIVE

    Samstag, 19. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    Türkei - Litauen LIVE

    Sonntag, 20. Aug., 8.55 Uhr
    Deutschland - Neuseeland LIVE

    Montag, 21. Aug., 8.55 Uhr
    Deutschland - Spanien LIVE

    Dienstag, 22. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    USA - Slowenien LIVE

    Mittwoch, 23. Aug., 8.55 Uhr
    Deutschland - Panama LIVE

    Mittwoch, 23. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    USA - Italien LIVE

    Donnerst., 24. Aug., 5.55 Uhr
    Deutschland - Angola LIVE

    Finalrunde
    Samstag, 26. Aug., 9.55 Uhr
    Achtelfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Samstag, 26. Aug., 12.55 Uhr
    Achtelfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Sonntag, 27. Aug., 13.00 Uhr
    Achtelfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Dienstag, 29. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    Viertelfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Mittwoch, 30. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    Viertelfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Donnerst., 31. Aug., 12.25 Uhr
    Platzierungsspiel LIVE (Begeg-
    nung noch offen)

    Freitag, 1. Sept., 9.25 Uhr
    1. Halbfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Freitag, 1. Sept., 12.25 Uhr
    2. Halbfinale LIVE (Begegnung
    noch offen)

    Samstag, 2. Sept., 9.25 Uhr
    Spiel um Platz fünf LIVE (nur bei
    deutscher Beteiligung)

    Samstag, 2. Sept., 12.25 Uhr
    Spiel um Platz drei LIVE (Begeg-
    nung noch offen)

    Sonntag, 3. Sept., 12.30 Uhr
    Finale LIVE (Begegnung noch offen)
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    Here in Brazil: ESPN Brazil and Sportv will show the WC

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    so any other games today?

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    anbody kno if the games will be broadcasted in Canada? I have raptors nba tv hopfully they will play some games on there.

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    ESPN2 To Televise USA Basketball Games Including 2006 FIBA World Championship

    -- Coverage Tips Off With USA Versus Puerto Rico In Las Vegas On August 3 --

    LeBron James and his USA Basketball teammates will be getting plenty of television time in the upcoming month. ESPN announced Monday that it will televise on ESPN2 three of the USA's five exhibition games, and all of the team's games in the FIBA World Championship that runs August 19-September 3 in Japan. (Photo: Nathaniel S. Butler/ NBAE/USA Basketball)



    NEW YORK, New York (July 31, 2006) -- ESPN2 will offer the first look at the recently assembled USA Basketball Men's Senior National Team - including many of the NBA's marquee players in LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade, among others - televising three exhibition matchups and each of the USA's games in the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

    ESPN2's first USA Basketball telecast will be the 2006 State Farm USA Basketball Challenge an exhibition game featuring the USA against Puerto Rico live from Las Vegas Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 11 p.m. (EDT). Additional exhibition telecasts include: USA versus China from Guangzhou, China, on Monday, Aug. 7 at 9:30 p.m. (EDT) and USA versus South Korea from Seoul, Korea, on Monday, Aug. 14 at 1:30 a.m. (EDT). Jim Durham and analyst Bill Walton will team in providing commentary for all USA Basketball games, while Lisa Salters will serve as courtside reporter in Las Vegas.

    ESPN2 will also televise each USA Basketball game live from the 2006 FIBA World Basketball Championship in Japan, which tips off when Team USA meets Puerto Rico Friday, Aug. 18 at 1 a.m. (EDT).

    Led by Duke University head coach Mike Krzyzewski, the USA Basketball World Championship roster features 15 of the NBA's best players: Carmelo Anthony (Denver Nuggets); Gilbert Arenas (Washington Wizards); Shane Battier (Houston Rockets); Chris Bosh (Toronto Raptors); Bruce Bowen (San Antonio Spurs); Elton Brand (Los Angeles Clippers); Kirk Hinrich (Chicago Bulls); Dwight Howard (Orlando Magic); LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers); Antawn Jamison (Washington Wizards); Joe Johnson (Atlanta Hawks); Brad Miller (Sacramento Kings); Chris Paul (New Orleans/ Oklahoma City Hornets); Amaré Stoudemire (Phoenix Suns); and Dwyane Wade (Miami Heat). Krzyzewski will scale down the USA Basketball roster to 12 players by the time the team reaches Japan.


    USA Basketball Exhibition Schedule

    Air Date Air Time Game Site Game
    Thursday, August 3 11:00 p.m. (EDT) Las Vegas, Nevada USA vs. Puerto Rico
    Monday, August 7 9:30 p.m. (EDT) Guangzhou, China USA vs. China
    Monday, August 14 1:30 a.m. (EDT) Seoul. Korea USA vs. Korea

    2006 FIBA World Championship

    Air Date Air Time Game
    Friday, August 18 1:00 a.m. (EDT) USA vs. Puerto Rico
    Sunday, August 20 6:30 a.m. (EDT) USA vs. China
    Tuesday, August 22 6:30 a.m. (EDT) USA vs. Slovenia
    Wednesday, August 23 6:30 a.m. (EDT) USA vs. Italy
    Thursday, August 24 6:30 a.m. (EDT) USA vs. Senegal

    Note: Additional USA games from the 2006 FIBA World Championship are to be added based on the team's performance

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    NBA TV To Present 2006 FIBA World Championship

    -- Network To Air 27 Games, Including Five USA Basketball Matches --

    Chris Bosh (right) and the USA Men's Senior Team get their first taste of international game action Thursday, Aug. 3 at the State Farm USA Basketball Challenge in Las Vegas. NBA TV announced Monday it would air 27 games from the World Championship, including five USA matches. (Photo: Nathaniel S. Butler/ NBAE/USA Basketball)



    NEW YORK, New York (July 31, 2006) -- When the world?s best teams gather in Japan for the 2006 FIBA World Championship, NBA TV will be there presenting 27 games. NBA TV will feature preliminary, quarterfinal, semifinal and finals matches on a tape-delayed basis beginning with a preliminary round game between 2004 Summer Olympic gold medalist Argentina and France on Saturday, Aug. 19.

    Prior to the World Championship, the network will air five USA Basketball Men?s Senior National Team exhibition games starting with a replay of the team?s Aug. 3 match in Las Vegas (originally on ESPN2) against Puerto Rico. NBA TV also will present live telecasts of U.S. games from Guangzhou, China, against Brazil on Tuesday, Aug. 8 at 8 a.m. ET and from Seoul, Korea, against Lithuania on Sunday, Aug. 13 at 1 a.m. ET.

    The 2006 FIBA World Championship will tip off in Japan on Saturday, Aug. 19. Expanded to 24 teams, the World Championship will hold preliminary games in Sendai, Hiroshima, Hamamatsu and Sapporo. Quarterfinal, semifinal and finals action will take place in Saitamo. In addition to the exhibition games, NBA TV will televise at least five USA Basketball games during the tournament, which will originally air live on ESPN, including preliminary round matches against Puerto Rico on Sunday, Aug. 20, and China on Monday, Aug. 21.

    Led by Duke University head coach Mike Krzyzewski, the USA Basketball World Championship roster features 15 of the NBA?s best players: Carmelo Anthony (Denver Nuggets); Gilbert Arenas (Washington Wizards); Shane Battier (Houston Rockets); Chris Bosh (Toronto Raptors); Bruce Bowen (San Antonio Spurs); Elton Brand (Los Angeles Clippers); Kirk Hinrich (Chicago Bulls); Dwight Howard (Orlando Magic); LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers); Antawn Jamison (Washington Wizards); Joe Johnson (Atlanta Hawks); Brad Miller (Sacramento Kings); Chris Paul (New Orleans/ Oklahoma City Hornets); Amaré Stoudemire (Phoenix Suns); and Dwyane Wade (Miami Heat). Krzyzewski will scale down the USA Basketball roster to 12 players by the time the team reaches Japan.

    Hosted by Andre Aldridge, NBA TV?s 2006 FIBA World Championship schedule includes:

    USA Basketball Exhibition Schedule

    Air Date Air Time Location Game
    Friday, August 4 4 p.m. ET Las Vegas USA vs. Puerto Rico
    Tuesday, August 8 8 a.m. ET Guangzhou USA vs. Brazil
    Tuesday, August 8 4 p.m. ET Guangzhou USA vs. China
    Sunday, August 13 1 a.m. ET Seoul USA vs. Lithuania
    Wednesday, August 16 4 p.m. ET Seoul USA vs. Korea

    2006 FIBA World Championship

    Air Date Air Time Location Game
    Saturday, August 19 4 p.m. ET Sapporo Argentina vs. France
    Saturday, August 19 6 p.m. ET Sapporo Turkey vs. Lithuania
    Sunday, August 20 4 p.m. ET Sapporo USA vs. Puerto Rico
    Sunday, August 20 6 p.m. ET Sapporo France vs. Serbia & Montenegro
    Sunday, August 20 8 p.m. ET Sapporo Argentina vs. Lebanon
    Monday, August 21 4 p.m. ET Sapporo USA vs. China
    Monday, August 21 6 p.m. ET Sapporo Germany vs. Spain
    Tuesday, August 22 4 p.m. ET Sapporo China vs. Puerto Rico
    Tuesday, August 22 6 p.m. ET Sapporo Italy vs. Senegal
    Wednesday, August 23 4 p.m. ET Sapporo USA vs. Slovenia
    Wednesday, August 23 6 p.m. ET Sapporo Venezuela vs. Serbia & Montenegro
    Wednesday, August 23 8 p.m. ET Sapporo Nigeria vs. Argentina
    Thursday, August 24 2 p.m. ET Sapporo USA vs. Italy
    Thursday, August 24 4 p.m. ET Sapporo Slovenia vs. China
    Friday, August 25 4 p.m. ET Sapporo USA vs. Senegal
    Friday, August 25 6 p.m. ET Sapporo Lithuania vs. Brazil
    Saturday, August 26 4 p.m. ET Saitama Turkey vs. Greece
    Saturday, August 26 6 p.m. ET Saitama Italy vs. Puerto Rico
    Sunday, August 27 6 p.m. ET Saitama Eighth-Final
    Sunday, August 27 8 p.m. ET Saitama Eighth-Final
    Tuesday, August 29 TBD Saitama Quarterfinal Game
    Tuesday, August 29 TBD Saitama Quarterfinal Game
    Wednesday, August 30 TBD Saitama Quarterfinal Game
    Wednesday, August 30 TBD Saitama Quarterfinal Game
    Saturday, September 2 4 p.m. ET Saitama Semifinal Game
    Saturday, September 2 6 p.m. ET Saitama Semifinal Game
    Monday, September 4 4 p.m. ET Saitama Championship Game

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    Australia NONE
    There won't be any on free TV only pay TV and it will be a delayed telecast. In addition, they will only show AUS NT games and only highlights.
    How disappointing
    Hence, any internet links?
    Please it would really help this poor little Aussie who can't see his NT play in the sport's pinnacle tournament.
    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saskibaloia
    Australia NONE
    There won't be any on free TV only pay TV and it will be a delayed telecast. In addition, they will only show AUS NT games and only highlights.
    How disappointing
    Hence, any internet links?
    Please it would really help this poor little Aussie who can't see his NT play in the sport's pinnacle tournament.
    Cheers.
    BS... im on the same boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by -K2-
    BS... im on the same boat
    That's weird.
    You live in Puerto Rico (basketball heaven) how come there isn't any Bball TV of the WC?
    "No hay poder en el mundo que pueda cambiar el destino"
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    you guys in PR have ESPN and at least some cable providers have NBATV, no? Someone local will pick up the PR games too, I am 99.9% sure.

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    In Argentina, TyC Sports and Canal 7 woll broadcast the WBC

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    In Argentina, TyC Sports and Canal 7 woll broadcast the WBC

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