Germany defeated Finland convincingly at home, 94-80, to join Finland in qualifying for the World Cup. By defeating Israel 75-62 on the road, third-placed Slovenia increased the pressure on their rivals. Sweden earned a victory on the road as well, defeating Estonia 87-82 to maintain their World Cup contention. With their 94-80 victory over Finland, Germany moved into the top position in Group J and joined Finland in securing a spot in the World Cup. In the second and third quarters, Germany went on a 17-1 run to take a double-digit lead, and after three quarters, the margin had grown to 17 points.
Where to watch the UEFA Europa League: TV broadcast partners, live streamsThe full drama of the UEFA Europa League is available to watch across Europe and throughout the world thanks to UEFA's official broadcast partners. A wide variety of viewing options are available to fans as broadcast packages include both live and delayed matches as well as comprehensive highlights and digital coverage. Fans can find their local UEFA Europa League broadcaster(s) below. Where to watch: broadcast partnersEuropeAlbania: DigitAlbArmenia: Vivaro Austria: ServusTV, ORF, Sky Austria Azerbaijan: CBC SportBelgium: Telenet, SBS VRT, RTBF, beTVBosnia & Herzegovina: Arena SportBulgaria: A1, bTVCroatia: Arena SportCyprus: CYTACzechia: Ceska Televize, Sport1Denmark: TV2Estonia: Viaplay GroupFinland: Viaplay GroupFrance: Canal+, M6, RMC SportGeorgia: Adjara, SilknetGermany: RTLGibraltar: GibtelecomGreece: COSMOTE TVHungary: MTVA, RTLIceland: Viaplay, SynIsrael: CharltonItaly: Sky Italia, DAZNKazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport LeagueKosovo: Arena Sport, ArtmotionLatvia: Viaplay GroupLiechtenstein: blue+, RTL, CH MediaLithuania: Viaplay GroupLuxembourg: RTLMalta: PBS, Melita, GOMoldova: Setanta, PrimeMontenegro: Arena Sport Netherlands: Talpa, ESPNNorth Macedonia: Arena SportNorway: Viaplay GroupPoland: Viaplay, TVPPortugal: SIC, Sport TVRepublic of Ireland: Virgin MediaRomania: Pro TVRussia: Match TV Serbia: Arena SportSlovakia: RTVS, Sport1Slovenia: Arena Sport, Sportklub, Pro PlusSpain: Telefonica, MediaproSweden: Viaplay GroupSwitzerland: blue+, CH MediaTurkey: EXXENUkraine: Megogo United Kingdom: BT SportAfrica and Middle EastSouth Africa: SuperSportMiddle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beINSub-Saharan Africa: SuperSportAmericasBrazil: SBT, ESPN, TV CulturaCanada: DAZNCaribbean: Flow Sports, SportsmaxCentral America: ESPNDominican Republic: TelevideoEl Salvador: Canal DosGuatemala: TelevideoHaiti: Canal+Honduras: TelevicentroMexico: ESPN, Fox Sports MexicoNicaragua: TelevideoSouth America (ex.
Every time Finland attempted to make a comeback, Germany had a response. With four players scoring in double digits, Germany, who will compete in the World Cup for the seventh time in the previous six tournaments, advanced to 8-1. Read more: Belgium vs Greece Preview Justus Hollatz scored 18 points, and had 9 assists, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals, while Robin Christen scored 15 points. David Kramer and Christian Sengfelder both scored 19 points. Finland’s seven-game winning streak was broken, dropping them to 7-2. With 20 points and Edon Maxhuni adding 15, Alex Murphy took the lead. Slovenia defeated Israel 75-62 in Tel Aviv, advancing significantly closer to the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023. Late in the third quarter, an 11-0 run gave the FIBA EuroBasket 2