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Monday, November 14, 2022

Basketball – 2023 World Cup Qualifying GamesFrance – Bosnia and Herzegovina

Monday, November 14, 2022

20:45

8’17” – 17-10: Begari’s stolen ball and behind that spike! +7 for the Blues and a break for Bosnia.

20:44

8′ – 15-10: Makoundou again! A beautiful entrance to the old Choletais.

20:43

7′ – 11-10: Against Makoundou! At the back he comes to register two new points, putting France three points ahead after Begari’s points.

20:42

6’19” – 9-8: Mulic fouls Begarin who has just scored. His shot at the back misses.

20:41

6′ – 7-8: After a failed attempt by the French side, Lazic returns the advantage to his team.

20:41

5’13” – 7-6: Two successful attempts out of three for Gegic, bringing Bosnia back into unity. He tried his luck again at three points behind Wembanyama. Unsuccessful.

20:40

5’13” – 7-4: Three attempts at the free throw line for Bosnia, Gegic was fouled on a three-point shot.

20:38

4′ – 7-2: Victor Wembanyama with a triple and floater entered the game well.

20:37

3’15” – 2-2: Two out of three for Wembanyama.

20:36

3’05” – 0-2: Two shots for Wembanyama, who was the victim of a small push on the three-point shot.

20:35

2’11” – 0-2: After the Frenchman loses the ball, the Blues regain possession of the stolen ball. The Bosnians then conceded two back-to-back fouls.

20:33

1’05” – 0-2: Kamenjas opens the scoring for Bosnia after Vrabac’s attack. The Blues are clumsy at the back and Albicy concedes the first defensive error.

20:32

0’32” – 0-0: First shot attempt by Wembanyama. It’s missed, but the Blues retain possession thanks to a foul.

20:31

⏱ 1′, 0-0: GO!

In between, Vembanyama wins. First tricolor possession.

20:28

Bosnian Major Five

Amar Gegic

Kenan Kamenjas

Alexander Lazich

Your name is Vrabac

Haris Delasic

20:26

The Blues’ Five Basics

20:24

Hymns echo through the hall

First, the Bosnian national anthem is played. La Marseillaise will follow.

20:23

Place in the protocol

Players enter the arena. After Bosnia, the Blues take to the floor of the Palais des Sports in Pau.

20:14

Recent clashes

The last matchup between the two teams did not go in the Blues’ favor as Bosnia won 96-90 in the first World Cup qualifier between the two teams in late August. The other two previous meetings were dominated by the French, 102-52 in 2018 and 84-65 in 2017.

19:50

Arrival of players in Pau

19:40

A simple challenge: win and qualify

The Blues have a very simple goal for tonight: victory and a place in the 2023 World Cup, which will take place in Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines.

19:35

On Friday, the “blues” prevailed in Lithuania

This Friday, November 11, Vincent Collet Blues made a great operation to qualify for the 2023 World Cup. Leading from Vembanyama by 20 points, the visiting team from Lithuania, France won (65-90) and took the lead. of the group.

Petras Malukas/AFP

19:28

Good evening everyone and welcome to ouest-france.fr to watch the 2023 World Cup qualifier between France and Bosnia live. The start of the game is scheduled for 20:30.

The French basketball team took a big step towards the 2023 World Cup after Friday’s big victory (90-65) in Lithuania.

The 18-year-old and 2.21m strong winger, a heavy favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the next NBA draft in June, scored 20 points and has already impressed (6/13 shooting, 9 rebounds in 24 minutes).

That success saw the Blues top Group K ahead of their return to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday evening ahead of the hosts.

A revenge to take

They will punch their ticket if they get their revenge tonight on Bosnia and Herzegovina, who defeated them before the Euros at the end of August. If they succeed, they will fly to Southeast Asia (Philippines, Indonesia and Japan) where the world championship will be held from August 25 to September 10 next year.

It should be noted that five players who celebrated their first selection in the French national team on Friday also scored their first points: Victor Wembanyama (20), Ismael Kamagate (6), Yoan Makoundou (5), Damien Inglis (15) and Juhann Begarin (2). added to the list 33 seconds after the beep.

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