The defending champion Australia faces Lebanon FIBA Asia Cup Final will be held on July 24, 2022. Australia doesn’t depend on Maker to overwhelm as the framework they have set up permits everybody to have an effect. Yet, all through their Asia Cup 2022 run, Maker has been the vital participant to begin the definitive runs that keep the Boomers ahead.
The Lebanese national basketball team defeated Jordan 86-85 in a dramatic match at the FIBA Asia Cup. Australia advanced to the final of the FIBA Asia Cup men’s basketball tournament after beating New Zealand 85-76.
- Date: Sunday 24th July 2022
- Time: Start at 9 PM ET
- Where: Istora Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta
- TV Channel: TV5 (Indonesia)
- Streams Anywhere: Gamepass
Lebanon vs Australia: FIBA Asia Cup Final 2022 Live TV Streams
The FIBA Asia Cup Basketball Fan can live stream the match on the Gamepass channel. There, you may watch the entire live event. As for fans back here, they can still follow Gilas’ progress in the confines of their homes as TV5, the official Fiba broadcaster in the country, will broadcast the games anywhere on Gamepass.
The Lebanon vs Australia Basketball Live can be purchased in In Australia through Gamepass, which will cost $9.99.
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Australia defeated New Zealand 85-76 in the other semi-final to secure their spot in Sunday’s final at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Palace in the Indonesian capital.
Lebanon’s basketball team on Saturday defeated Jordan 86-85 in a dramatic match to reach the final of the 2022 FIBA Asia Cup.
The Australian team was enjoying a 10-point lead for more or less the entire game but the Tall Blacks refused to go away and remained within touching distance. With around 3 minutes left, they were rewarded for their efforts and cut Australia´s lead to only two points.
New Zealand, Jordan Hunt scored 16 points and grabbed four rebounds, with Sam Timmins also chipping in 16 points with eight rebounds and three assists. In Sunday’s final, Australia will take on Lebanon, who edged Jordan 86-85 in a tight affair. The Lebanese squad, led by Jad El Hajj, defeated China 72-69 in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.
Lebanon vs Australia Possible Lineup
Jonathan Arledge might be their first option in the matchup, but don’t forget about Karim Ezzedine who is also a rangy forward that should have the agility and size to keep up with Maker. If Ezzedine can take care of Maker, it would relieve Arledge of his foul trouble which will allow him to stay on the court longer.
- Lebanon: E. Chamoun, A. Haidar, Y. Khayat, K. Zeinoun, K. Raphael
- Australia: T. Maker, S. James, W. McDowell, M. McCarron, C. Harold