Two-plus weeks of highly competitive international basketball to liven up an otherwise dead portion of the summer calendar? Is that something you might be interested in?
Looking forward to some no flop ball
ESPN choosing a bunch of Tobias Harrises over Windy Butler. You hate to see it.
Hey Marc, thanks for sharing my post.
"FIBA made the switch to move its four-year World Cup cycle out of direct competition with soccer's calendar and to eliminate the previous one-year buffer between basketball's World Cup and the Olympics. (The United States has won the past four gold medals in Olympics men’s basketball.)"
Isn't the one-year buffer (2023 WC, 2024 Olympics) what has now been established by the switch?