Watch FIBA World Cup Live Online: Preliminary Rounds

FIBA World Cup Online Schedule

It’s the preliminary rounds of the FIBA World Cup tournament as all 24 teams continue jockeying for position in the round robin where the best of the group move onto the next phase of competition. You can watch Day 4 and Day 5 of the FIBA World Cup live online.

In our forum you can access a curated list of ways you can watch the World Cup from the comfort of your computer.

As far as watching on the television, you have several options available, ESPN, ESPN2 ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 and NBATV. Follow your favorite national teams in our daily schedule below.

FIBA World Cup Schedule: Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Follow Group Date Local Time Teams Location
Watch/Discuss D 9/2 12:30 (GMT+1) Angola vs. Mexico Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss C 9/2 15:00 (GMT+2) Ukraine vs. Turkey Bilbao
Watch/Discuss D 9/2 16:30 (GMT+1) Australia vs. Lithuania Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss C 9/2 17:30 (GMT+2) USA vs. New Zealand  Bilbao
Watch/Discuss D 9/2 19:00 (GMT+1) Korea vs. Slovenia Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss C 9/2 21:30 (GMT+2) Finland vs. Dominican Republic  Bilbao

FIBA World Cup Schedule: Wednesday 3 September

Follow Group Date Local Time Teams Location
Watch/Discuss  D 9/3 12:30 (GMT+1) Mexico vs. Australia Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss  B 9/3 13:30 (GMT+2) Philippines vs. Puerto Rico Sevilla
Watch/Discuss  C 9/3 15:00 (GMT+2) New Zealand vs. Ukraine  Bilbao
Watch/Discuss  A 9/3 15:30 (GMT+2) Egypt vs. Iran Granada
Watch/Discuss  D 9/3 16:30 (GMT+1) Slovenia vs. Angola Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss  B 9/3 17:30 (GMT+2) Senegal vs. Argentina Sevilla
Watch/Discuss  C 9/3 17:30 (GMT+2) Turkey vs. Finland  Bilbao
Watch/Discuss  A 9/3 18:00 (GMT+2) Serbia vs. Brazil Granada
Watch/Discuss  D 9/3 19:00 (GMT+1) Lithuania vs. Korea Gran Canaria
Watch/Discuss  B 9/3 20:00 (GMT+2) Greece vs. Croatia Sevilla
Watch/Discuss  C 9/3 21:30 (GMT+2) USA vs. Dominican Republic  Bilbao
Watch/Discuss  A 9/3 22:00 (GMT+2) Spain vs. France Granada

After day 4 and day 5 have completed, the top four teams in each of the four groups (A, B, C, and D) will move onto the quartefinals of the tournament. See how your team is faring at FIBA’s updated tournament standings. Go to the full FIBA World Cup schedule or go into our forum to follow along with all the action.

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