FIBA World Championship 2023 odds: USA remain the big favorite to win


Basketball fans looking for some variety during the off-season can check out the 2023 FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup. Betters wishing to wager some money in the tournament can also take part in this promotion.

The 32-team competition kicked off on Friday, August 25 in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia. The United States were in Group C along with Jordan, Greece and New Zealand and advanced to the second round.

Sixteen teams advanced to the second round, which began on September 1st, and eight teams advance to the quarterfinals, the games will be held on September 5th-6th.

The semi-finals will be held on September 8th, the championship and third place matches will be held in Pasay, Philippines on September 10th. The games for fifth and seventh place will take place on September 9th.

Let’s take a look at the odds for this exciting tournament.

2023 FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup Odds*

United States: -145 (Bet $10 to win $16.90 total)
Canada: +600 (bet $10 to win $70 total)
Germany: +800 (bet $10 to win $90 total)
Slovenia: +900 (bet $10 to win $100 total)
Serbia: +1500 (bet $10 to win $160 total)
Lithuania: +2000 (bet $10 to win $210 total)
Spain: +2800 (bet $10 to win $290 total)
Italy: +3500 (bet $10 to win $360 total)
Brazil: +4000 (bet $10 to win $410 total)
Latvia: +5000 (bet $10 to win $510 total)
Dominican Republic: +6500 (bet $10 to win $660 total)
Puerto Rico: +10000 (bet $10 to win $1010 total)

*Rates as of 09/01/2023

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The USA men’s national team is coached by Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors. Mark Few of the Gonzaga Bulldogs, Tyronn Lue of the LA Clippers and Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat are Kerr’s assistants.

The US roster features four NBA All-Stars – Minnesota Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards, Indiana Pacers’ Tyrese Haliburton, Memphis Grizzlies’ Jaren Jackson Jr. and New Orleans Pelicans’ Brandon Ingram.

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