Who was in the 2014 FIBA World Cup?

The 2014 William Jones Cup was a friendly tournament in New Taipei, Taiwan. Egypt is the only World Cup team participated; they finished third. Iran sent their “B-team”, while South Korea sent in a Korean Basketball League team.

Who are the wild cards for the 2014 Basketball World Cup?

On 1 February 2014, FIBA announced that it had allocated the wild cards to Brazil, Finland, Greece and Turkey.

Where was the 2013 FIBA World Cup held?

Countdown clock outside the FIBA headquarters in Mies, Switzerland as of June 2013. The United States won their fifth world championship, after beating silver medal winning Serbia in the Final. France claimed the third place, while Lithuania finished fourth in the tournament.

Where was the last FIBA World Cup held?

Hosted by Spain, it was the last tournament to be held on the then-current four-year cycle. The next FIBA World Cup will be held five years later, in 2019, to reset the four-year-cycle on a different year than the FIFA World Cup. Countdown clock outside the FIBA headquarters in Mies, Switzerland as of June 2013.

Where was the 2014 South American Basketball Championship held?

The 2014 South American Basketball Championship in Isla Margarita, Venezuela was a qualifying tournament for the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship and for the 2015 Pan-American Games.

Who was on the US basketball team in 2014?

A 19-man preliminary roster was announced on July 14, 2014. Two of the players, DeMar DeRozan and Chandler Parsons, were not named to the initial January roster. On July 25, Blake Griffin pulled out due to concerns with his back, and John Wall was named as a replacement.

What was the final bracket for the 2014 World Cup?

The complete 2014 World Cup bracket can be viewed at FIFA.com. It was a stunning match all the way through, but in the end, Argentina’s lack of scoring ability came back to haunt the team. Lionel Messi and Co. only scored eight goals in this World Cup, and their stellar defense couldn’t save them in extra time against a very strong German team.