FIBA WORLD CUP 2023, THE CALL OF POZZECCO – BOLOGNABASKET

FIBA WORLD CUP 2023, THE CALL OF POZZECCO – BOLOGNABASKET

FIBA WORLD CUP 2023, THE CALL OF POZZECCO – BOLOGNABASKET

The long term-up to the 2023 World Cup is about to return to an finish. Between the Azzurri and qualification for the World Cup there are 4 challenges with a excessive diploma of issue. It begins on Friday November 11 in Pesaro in opposition to the World and European Champions accountable for the Spain (9 p.m., dwell on Rai 2, Eleven and Sky Sport). On Monday, November 14, the tough journey to Tbilisi to face the hosts of the Georgia (4pm Italian, dwell on Rai 3, Eleven and Sky Sport).

In an try to make an entire spoils in each races and thus get rid of the cross earlier than the final two races in February 2023, technical commissioner Gianmarco Pozzecco has known as up 18 gamers for the rally that can begin in Pesaro on Monday 7 November.

the athletes Niccolò Mannion, Paul Biligha, Stefano Tonut, Giampaolo Ricci, Tommaso Baldasso and Alessandro Pajola they may be part of the crew on November 10.

Not invited Nicolò Melli. “In settlement with the coach – stated Melli – we now have determined that I can’t take part within the assembly for the matches in opposition to Spain and Georgia. The nationwide crew stays one in all my priorities and I will probably be out there once more in 2023. Within the meantime, I want my teammates the most effective of luck. The objective is to qualify for the World Cup as quickly as attainable and proceed our path of progress.”

The Azzurri
#0 Marco Spissu (1995, 184, P, Human Reyer Venice)
#1 Niccolò Mannion (2001, 190, P, Segafredo Virtus Bologna)
#6 Paul Biligha (1990, 200, C, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan)
#7 Stefano Tonut (1993, 194, G, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan)
# 12 Diego Flaccadori (1996, 193, P, Dolomiti Energia Trentino)
# 16 Amedeo Tessitori (1994, 208, C, Umana Reyer Venice)
#17 Giampaolo Ricci (1991, 202, A, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan)
# 18 Matteo Spagnolo (2003, 194, P, Dolomites Power Trentino)
# 24 Riccardo Moraschini (1991, 194, G/A, Umana Reyer Venezia)
#25 Tommaso Baldasso (1998, 192, P, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan)
# 30 Guglielmo Caruso (1999, 208, A/C, Openjobmetis Varese)
# 31 Michele Vitali (1991, 196, G/A, Unahotels Reggio Emilia)
#35 Mouhamet Rassoul Diouf (2001, 206, A/C, Unahotels Reggio Emilia)
# 40 Luca Severini (1996, 204, A, Bertram Yachts Derthona Tortona)
# 45 Nicola Akele (1995, 203, A, Germani Brescia)
# 53 Tomas Woldetensae (1998, 196, G/A, Openjobmetis Varese)
# 54 Alessandro Pajola (1999, 194, P, Segafredo Virtus Bologna)
#77 John Petrucelli (1992, 193, G/A, Germani Brescia)

Athletes out there
# 11 Davide Moretti (1998, 190, G, Carpegna Prosciutto Pesaro)
# 22 Giordano Bortolani (2000, 193, G, Baxi Manresa – Spain)
# 44 Davide Alviti (1996, 200, A, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan)

employees
Federal President: Giovanni Petrucci
Secretary Basic: Maurizio Bertea
Head of delegation: Salvatore Trainotti
Technical commissioner: Gianmarco Pozzecco
Assistants: Carlo Recalcati, Edoardo Casalone, Federico Fucà, Giuseppe Poeta (from November 10)
Bodily coach: Matteo Panichi
Physician: Sandro Senzameno
Orthopedics: Raffaele Cortina
Physiotherapists: Roberto Oggioni, Francesco Ciallella
Group chief: Massimo Valle
Communication supervisor: Francesco D’Aniello
Videomaker: Marco Cremonini
Supplies staff: Andrea Annessa, Luigi Massimei

this system
November 7
12.00pm – Assembly in Pesaro
18.30 / 20.30 – Coaching at Vitrifrigo Enviornment (Pesaro)

November 8
10.00 / 14.00 – Coaching

November 9
10.00 / 14.00 – Coaching

November 10
10.00 / 14.00 – Coaching

November 11
Time 12.00/13.00
9.00 p.m. Italy-Spain (Vitrifrigo Enviornment: Rai 2, Eleven, Sky Sport)

November 12
2.00 pm – Switch to Tbilisi (Georgia)

November 13
11.30 / 13.00 native (8.30 / 11.30 Italian) – Coaching in Tbilisi Enviornment

November 14
10.00 / 11.00 native (7.00 / 9.00 Italian) – Coaching in Tbilisi Enviornment
19.00 native (16.00 Italian) Georgia-Italy (Tbilisi Enviornment: Rai 3, Eleven, Sky Sport)

Rankings for the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup
The classification of group L

Spain 11 (5/1)
Italy 11 (5/1)
Iceland 10 (4/2)
Georgia 9 (3/3)
Ukraine 7 (1/5)
Netherlands 6 (0/6)

The schedule of group L
August 24
Georgia-Netherlands 77-66
Ukraine-Italy 89-97
Spain-Iceland 87-57

August 27
Netherlands-Spain 64-86
Italy-Georgia 91-84
Iceland-Ukraine 91-88 d1ts

November 11*
Ukraine-Iceland (3.00 p.m.)
Iceland-Georgia (20.00)
Italy-Spain (9.00 p.m.)

November 14*
Ukraine-Iceland (3.00 p.m.)
Georgia-Italy (16.00)
Spain-Netherlands (8:30 p.m.)

February 23
Iceland-Spain
Netherlands-Georgia
Italy-Ukraine

February 26
Ukraine-Netherlands
Georgia-Iceland
Spain-Italy

*Italian time

The system to qualify for the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup
Within the first section, the 32 collaborating groups had been divided into 8 teams of 4 groups every competing in an Italian spherical with residence and away matches over three “home windows”.
Solely the highest three groups within the standings certified for the second stage, forming a six-plus group with the highest three ranked groups from the tied group, taking with them the factors scored with the remainder of the groups. Within the second spherical, solely the groups that haven’t confronted one another within the first section face one another in residence and away matches. Solely the highest three within the second spherical qualify for the World Cup. Italy’s group was drawn in opposition to Group G, which consisted of Spain, Georgia, North Macedonia and Ukraine. Russia and Belarus had been disqualified as a result of ongoing battle in Ukraine.

The format of the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup
For the primary time in historical past, the FIBA ​​World Cup will probably be held in a couple of nation. The thirty-two certified groups (12 from Europe, 8 from Asia-Oceania, 7 from the Americas and 5 from Africa) will probably be divided into eight teams of 4 groups every that can face one another utilizing the Italian group system. The highest two finishers in every group will enter the second section, the place they are going to be divided into 4 teams of 4 groups every that can face one another in an Italian group. The highest two in every group will compete from the quarter-finals to the ultimate. The group stage will happen within the cities of Okinawa (Japan), Jakarta (Indonesia), Bocaue, Quezon Metropolis, Pasay and Pasig (Municipality of Manila). The ultimate stage of the event may even happen within the capital of the Philippines. Japan and the Philippines are seeded as host nations (they may play the unseeded qualifiers). Indonesia, the third host nation, will not be certified by proper after securing at the very least eighth place on the 2022 FIBA ​​​​​​​​Asia Cup in Jakarta.




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