FIBA World Cup

FIBA World Cup 2023 results today – daily summary for 30/08/2023

The 2023 FIBA World Cup saw day 6 end the group stage for the rest of the teams and despite there were not many close matches there was plenty of excitement. In the end, all of the top teams that were under pressure avoided disaster. We’ll tell you all about what happened below. First, here are all the results from day 6.

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(Photo by Earvin Perias / SOPA Images/Sipa USA) – Photo by Icon sport

FIBA World Cup results today

Some of the main contenders for the medals were in action, including the big favourites Team USA and defending champions Spain. Here is how each match today ended:

Saturday Group Scores

Group F: Georgia def. Venezuela 70-59

Group B: Serbia def. South Sudan 115-83

Group C: USA def. Jordan 110-62

Group G: Brazil def. Ivory Coast 89-77

Group F: Slovenia def. Cape Verde 92-77

Group B: Puerto Rico def.China 107-89

Group C: Greece def. New Zealand 83-74

Group G: Spain def. Iran 85-65

FIBA World Cup standings

After only five days of action here are the standings for each group:

FIBA World Cup 2023 Group A points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Dominican Republic (Q)330624923019
2Italy (Q)321525323716
3Angola 3124214226-12
4Philippines3033234257-23
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group B points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Serbia (Q)330631422391
2Puerto Rico (Q)32152852796
3South Sudan3124268285-17
4China3033221301-80
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group C points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1United States (Q)3306318215103
2Greece (Q)32152562542
3New Zealand3124241269-28
4Jordan3033220297-77
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group D points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Lithuania (Q)330628020476
2Montenegro (Q)321525123615
3Egypt3124241254-13
4Mexico3033209287-78
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group E points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Germany (Q)330626722047
2Australia (Q)321528924643
3Japan3124250278-28
4Finland3033235297-62
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group F points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Slovenia (Q)330628022951
2Georgia (Q)321522220715
3Cape Verde3124218252-34
4Venezuela3033219251-32
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group G points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Spain (Q)330627520768
2Brazil (Q)321526723235
3Cote d’Ivoire3124212252-40
4Islamic Republic of Iran3033193256-63
FIBA World Cup 2023 Group H points table
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostPointsPFPAPD
1Canada (Q)3306324213111
2Latvia (Q)321527225715
3France3124236262-26
4Lebanon3033222322-100

FIBA World Cup results today – the most memorable displays

The action on day 6 saw most games go the way of the favourites. The closest match which also eliminated the losing team saw Greece edge New Zealand 83-74. The Tall Blacks certainly didn’t go out without putting up a decent fight. They won the first 2 quarters and led at halftime by 11 points.¬†However, the Greeks found unlikely heroes on their bench with Papapetrou and Larentzakis combining for 45 points to give Greece the win that also saw them progress.

The other game of this group was the expected cruise-mode triumph of Team USA vs Jordan. It was another team effort from the Americans and only substitute Haliburton played more than 19 minutes. Edwards had a great game and he finished with 22 points on 8 of 16 shooting in just 19 minutes on the court.

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(Xinhua/He Changshan) – Photo by Icon sport

In other matches Spain and Serbia recorded big wins and the two European nations progressed through the next round with perfect 3 wins out of 3. The Luka-led Slovenia also made it 3 wins in 3, this despite Luka Doncic offering his worst showing so far with just 19 points and less than 35% shooting.

Will there be more records broken and more blowout wins on day 2? Well, we’ll have to watch and see.


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Iskra had a promising, at least she believed so, tennis and volleyball careers as a junior but a series of injuries ended her hopes to become a professional athlete very early.

Instead, she focused all her energy on her other passion, writing. For over a decade, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football, basketball and tennis are the main fields of her expertise.