The 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup is in the knockout phase, with the quarterfinals airing live on ESPN+. USA’s match against Italy is on Tuesday, September 5 at 8:40 AM Eastern time. That game will stream on ESPN+ and also air on ESPN2.
Most Convenient Way to Watch: The best streaming service to have all the coverage of the FIBA World Cup is Hulu Live TV. This service provides a live stream of ESPN, ESPN2, and includes ESPN+, so you can watch The FIBA World Cup in just the Hulu App. You can sign up for Hulu Live TV here. Read on for more details on watching The FIBA World Cup through Hulu Live TV and other streaming services.
Cheapest Way To Watch The FIBA World Cup Tournament
The Most Affordable Way to Watch The FIBA World Cup is to pick up a subscription to ESPN+ for $9.99 for the first month. This will provide most FIBA World Cup basketball games, but you will still need access to ESPN and ESPN2 to watch all the games through the FIBA World Cup Championship on September 10. For those networks, you can juggle the following free trials.
- DIRECTV STREAM – Watch FIBA World Cup games on ESPN and ESPN2 with a risk-free 5-Day Free Trial
- fuboTV – Watch FIBA World Cup games on ESPN and ESPN2 with a 1-week free trial
- YouTube TV – Watch FIBA World Cup games on ESPN and ESPN2 with this free trial
FIBA World Cup Knockout Phase Streaming Schedule
The Group stage is over and we move on to the quarterfinals. The table below shows dates, times and where you can watch.
|Tuesday, Sep. 5||4:45 a.m.||Lithuania-Serbia||ESPN+|
|Tuesday, Sep. 5||8:40 a.m.||USA-Italy||ESPN+/ESPN2|
|Wednesday, Sep. 6||4:45 a.m.||Germany-Latvia||ESPN+|
|Wednesday, Sep. 6||8:30 a.m.||Canada-Slovenia||ESPN+|