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Wrapping up the 2023 Basketball World Cup

The International Basketball Federation, or FIBA, held their 2023 World Cup, a two week global basketball thriller, from Aug. 25 to Sept. 10. This year’s World Cup was hosted by three Asian countries — Indonesia, Japan, and the Philippines — and featured a total of 32 teams from all over the world. Cape Verde, Georgia, Latvia, and South Sudan all made their debut to the biggest international basketball stage and amazed the world with their talent. 

The 2023 FIBA World Cup was full of upsets and inspirations. It also determined seven teams qualifying for the 2024 Paris Olympics — two spots each for the Americas and Europe and one each for Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Cape Verde and South Sudan scored historical wins for the continent of Africa, with South Sudan moving on to the 2024 Paris Olympics. Japan completed their comeback win, from once trailing by 18…

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