2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Group G

Group G of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup was the group stage of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup for the Dominican Republic, France, Germany and Jordan. Each team played each other once, for a total of three games per team, with all games played at Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen.[1] After all of the games were played, the top two teams with the best records qualified for the Second round and the bottom two teams played in the Classification Round.[2]

TeamsEdit

Team Qualification Appearance Best performance FIBA World Ranking
As Date Last Total Streak
  Dominican Republic Americas best fourth placed team 25 February 2019 2014 3 2 12th place (1978) 18
  France European Second Round Group K Top 3 30 November 2018 2014 8 4 3rd place (2014) 3
  Germany European Second Round Group L Top 3 16 September 2018 2010 6 1 3rd place (2002) 22
  Jordan Asian Second Round Group E Top 3 24 February 2019 2010 2 1 23rd place (2010) 49

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   France 3 3 0 271 194 +77 6 Second round
2   Dominican Republic 3 2 1 206 234 −28 5
3   Germany 3 1 2 238 210 +28 4 17th–32nd Classification
4   Jordan 3 0 3 202 279 −77 3
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: Tiebreakers

GamesEdit

All times are local (UTC+8).

Dominican Republic vs. JordanEdit

This was the first competitive game between the Dominican Republic and Jordan.

1 September 2019
16:30
Dominican Republic   80–76   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 22–17, 25–19, 14–17, 19–23
Pts: Liz 15
Rebs: Roberts 6
Asts: Solano 7
Pts: Al-Dwairi 34
Rebs: Al-Dwairi 10
Asts: Abbas 4
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Attendance: 6,286
Referees: Tolga Şahin (ITA), Julio Anaya (PAN), Kingsley Ojeaburu (NGR)

France vs. GermanyEdit

This was the second game between Germany and France in the World Cup. The French won in 2006. The Germans won in EuroBasket 2017, the last competitive game between the two teams.

1 September 2019
20:30
France   78–74   Germany
Scoring by quarter: 16–4, 20–16, 23–30, 19–24
Pts: Fournier 26
Rebs: Fournier 10
Asts: Albicy 5
Pts: Voigtmann 25
Rebs: Theis 8
Asts: Schröder 8
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Attendance: 10,438
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Luis Castillo (ESP), Daniel García (VEN)

Germany vs. Dominican RepublicEdit

This was the first competitive game between Germany and the Dominican Republic.

3 September 2019
16:30
Germany   68–70   Dominican Republic
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 18–21, 13–18, 16–15
Pts: Schröder 20
Rebs: Theis 8
Asts: Schröder 7
Pts: Liz 17
Rebs: four players 5
Asts: Solano 11
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Attendance: 4,332
Referees: Tolga Şahin (ITA), Julio Anaya (PAN), Luis Castillo (ESP)

Jordan vs. FranceEdit

This was the first competitive game between Jordan and France.

3 September 2019
20:30
Jordan   64–103   France
Scoring by quarter: 18–25, 15–25, 17–28, 14–25
Pts: Tucker 20
Rebs: Abbas, Al-Dwairi 7
Asts: Ibrahim 4
Pts: De Colo 19
Rebs: Gobert 13
Asts: De Colo 8
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Attendance: 7,489
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Daniel García (VEN), Felipe Ibarra (CHI)

Germany vs. JordanEdit

This was the second competitive game between the Germany and Jordan.

5 September 2019
16:30
Germany   96–62   Jordan
Scoring by quarter: 28–17, 20–19, 18–13, 30–13
Pts: Kleber 18
Rebs: Barthel, Benzing 5
Asts: Schröder 11
Pts: Al Dwairi 17
Rebs: Al Dwairi 8
Asts: Abbas, Abdeen 3
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Referees: Juan Fernández (ARG), Daniel García (VEN), Kingsley Ojeaburu (NGA)

Dominican Republic vs. FranceEdit

This was the first competitive game between the Dominican Republic and France.

5 September 2019
20:30
Dominican Republic   56–90   France
Scoring by quarter: 8–18, 13–25, 19–25, 16–22
Pts: V. Liz 12
Rebs: Roberts, Vargas 6
Asts: Ramón 3
Pts: De Colo 15
Rebs: Gobert, Poirier 8
Asts: Fournier 5
Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, Shenzhen
Referees: Tolga Şahin (ITA), Luis Castillo (ESP), Felipe Ibarra (CHI)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Procedure for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Draw". FIBA. 15 March 2019. Retrieved 15 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Star-studded FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Draw completed in Shenzhen". fiba.basketball. 16 March 2019. Retrieved 16 March 2019.

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