Mexico competes against Canada in the fourth FIBA ​​World Cup Final

The Mexican basketball team will face a similar team from Canada in the quarter-finals The Americas FIBA ​​Cup being played in Recife, Brazil, this is how the intersections were decided this Tuesday.

All matches will be played on Thursday at the Geraldao Stadium. The four winners will advance to the semi-finals on Saturday, in which case the winners will enter the definition of 9/11.

Mexico reached the quarter-finals as the second best team in Group C with two wins and one loss; Canada was the second best team in Group A, with two wins and one loss. Brazil was the host country at the forefront of this sector.

Team Mexico: Paul Stoll, Diego Willis, Santiago Ochoa, Omar de Haro, Moises Andrassy, ​​Gabriel Giron, Gael Bonilla, Irwin Avalos, Fabian James, Hector Hernandez, Daniel Amigo and Israel Gutierrez.

Team Canada: Jaylen Babb-Harrison, Davonte Bandoo, Dalano Banton, Trae Bell-Haynes, Maurice Calloo, Kandre Gray, Jahvon Henry-Blair, Thomas Kennedy, Abu Kigab, Lloyd Pandi, Chad Posthumus, and Kalif Young.

This is how the quarter-finals will be played on Thursday, September 8:

(1) Brazil – Dominican Republic (8)

(4) Mexico – Canada (5).

(2) Argentina – Venezuela (7).

(3) United States – Puerto Rico (6)

The winner of Match 1 in the semi-finals will clash with the winner of Duel 2, and whoever wins in Match 3 will do so against the winner of Match 4.

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