How to watch USA vs Canada

The women of the United States basketball Team is in the semifinals FIBA Women’s World Championship 2022 in Sydney, Australia, after their 88:55 victory over quarter-final opponents Serbia.

alyssa Thomas posted an impressive double-double performance, 13 points, 14 points and seven assists and 3×3 basketball gold medalist Kelsey Plum added a game-high 17 points to book the US entry into the last four.

That Tokyo 2020 The Olympic champions are now unbeaten for 28 consecutive World Cup matches and will continue their bid for the 11th World Championship title when they take on fellow semi-finalists Canada on Friday, September 30 at 3:00pm ET.

The Canadian side, ranked number four in the world, secured their semifinal spot for the first time since 1986 after beating Puerto Rico 79-60 in the quarterfinals.

Kia nurse Leading goal for the Canadians who scored 17 points as they took a 22-7 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

It will be a battle for North American supremacy as two titans go head-to-head in the first of two medal rounds.

At stake is a chance to fight for the World Championship, but there’s also a qualifying spot up for grabs for this year’s winner Olympic Games Paris 2024.

It all means that both teams have everything to play for as they head into their semi-final showdown.

CONTINUE READING: Yvonne Anderson poised to lead Serbia in US quarterfinals

FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022: US Squad

  • Ariel Atkins – Tokyo 2020 Gold Medalist
  • Shakira Austin
  • Kahleah Copper
  • Chelsea Gray – Tokyo 2020 Gold Medalist
  • Sabrina Ionescu
  • Briona Jones
  • Betnya Laney
  • Jewell Loyd – Tokyo 2020 Gold Medalist
  • Kelsey Plum – Tokyo 2020 gold medalist, 3×3 basketball
  • Breanna Stewart – Tokyo 2020 Gold Medalist
  • Alisa Thomas
  • A’ja Wilson – Tokyo 2020 Gold Medalist

2022 FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup: Road to Finals for Team USA

Below is the Team USA schedule, all times are in ET.

Friday, September 30th

03:00 USA-Canada-Sydney Superdome

05:30 China-Australia-Sydney Superdome

23:00 Third place match – Sydney Superdome

Saturday October 1st

02:00 Final – Sydney Superdome

CONTINUE READING: Rising star Sabrina Ionescu is poised to lead America’s next generation

FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022: Here’s how to watch Team USA in action

ESPN platforms ESPN+, ESPNU and ESPN2 will broadcast the Women’s World Cup live from Sydney, Australia.

For more details on which games will be available on which platform, click here.

In addition, Courtside 1891, FIBA’s live video and highlights platform, will feature content from the World Cup and is available via subscription.

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