Team USA’s journey has been impressive, with three consecutive double-digit wins in tune-up games. The excitement continues as they head to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, for more exhibition matches leading up to their crucial FIBA World Cup clash on August 26th.
The big question on everyone’s mind: When and where will Team USA play next? Don’t worry, we’ve got the scoop.
Mark your calendars for Friday at 9 a.m. PT, as Team USA faces off against Team Greece. While it’s disappointing that two of the three Antetokounmpo brothers are sidelined due to injuries, the action promises to be exciting. The Antetokounmpo family boasts four basketball-playing brothers, but Giannis and Kostas won’t be part of the World Cup this time. You can catch the showdown on FS1.
Sunday, another exciting match is on the horizon as Team USA takes on Team Germany at 9 a.m. PT. This time, the spotlight is on two-time Laker Dennis Schröder, now with the Toronto Raptors. The game will be aired on Fox, so be sure to tune in.
As the games unfold, keep an eye on Austin Reaves, who’s making waves as a valuable reserve for Team USA. With an average of 10 points per game and impressive stats like a 57.1% free-throw success rate, 3.7 rebounds, and 3.3 assists, Reaves is proving his mettle on the court.
Whether you’re a basketball enthusiast or simply curious about Team USA’s performance, these Abu Dhabi exhibition games are not to be missed. Stay in the loop and catch all the action as Team USA ramps up for the FIBA World Cup.