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2019 FIBA World Cup Day 4 betting odds, tips and predictions

Eight games are on the slate for Day 4 of the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.

In the first round of games on Saturday and Sunday there was only one upset and not a big one with Russia beating Nigeria where they were a slight underdog.

Here are the scores for the first round of FIBA World Cup action:

Serbia 105 Angola 59
Poland 80 Venezuela 69
Russia 82 Nigeria 77
Puerto Rico 83 Iran 81
Italy 108 Philippines 62
China 70 Ivory Coast 55
Argentina 95 Korea 69
101 Spain Tunisia 62
Australia 108 Canada 92
Brazil 102 New Zealand 94
Turkey 86 Japan 67
Dominican Republic 80 Jordan 76
Lithuania 101 Senegal 47
Greece 85 Montenegro 60
USA 88 Czech Republic 67
France 78 Germany 74

Here is the schedule and betting odds for Day 4 of the FIBA World Cup on Tuesday, September 3:

Senegal vs Australia (-35) O/U 165.5
New Zealand vs Montenegro (-3.5) 165.5
Dominican Republic vs Germany (-18.5) O/U 158.5
Czech Republic (-8) vs Japan O/U 160.5
Canada vs Lithuania (-6.5) O/U 163.5
Greece (-12) vs Brazil O/U 158.5
France (-29) vs Jordan O/U 147.5
Turkey vs USA (-22) O/U 175

In Day 4 of the FIBA World Cup the Group of Death sees a big game with Canada facing off with Lithuania in a must win game for the Canadiens. Greece is a double-digit betting favorite facing off with a Brazil team that put up 102 points in their tournament opener and Team USA is a big favorite, shocker, facing Turkey, who has the 2nd best betting odds to win that group.




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Canada vs Lithuania (-6.5) O/U 163.5

Lithuania scored the biggest blowout in the first round of game crushing Senegal by 54 points. They dominated on both sides of the floor shooting 53.2% from the floor and holding Senegal to only 28.6% shooting. Domantas Sabonis and Jonas Valanciunas each had 13 points and combined for 20 rebounds and each should be rested for this game, as neither played over 21 minutes.

Canada put up 92 points in their opening game facing Australia, but their defense was bad allowing the Aussies to score 108 points and shoot 58.2% from the floor. Canada needs to play better D in this game and finish better, as they were outscored 32-15 in the 4th quarter. Corey Joseph led the team with 16 points and Melvin Ejim, who was only 3/9 from the floor and missed six of his seven 3-pointers, led the team with seven rebounds. No other player had more than three rebounds and hitting the glass will be key for Canada facing a great frontcourt of Lithuania.

Lithuania will come out big in this game in the paint and be too much for Canada to handle and will win and cover moving to 2-0 in group play.

Greece (-12) vs Brazil O/U 158.5

Greece had no problem in their opener beating Montenegro by 25 points and holding them to only 60 points. Their D was stifling holding Montenegro to only 34.3% shooting and they outscored them 42-16 in the first half. Reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo only had 10 points to go along with eight boards only playing a little more than 15 minutes and reserves Georgios Printezis and Georgios Papagiannis combined for 31 points in the blowout win.

Greece’s defense may be tested more in this game facing Brazil, who put up 102 points in their opening win over New Zealand. However, they only shot 37.8% from the floor and have to shoot the pill better in this game. Veteran Leandrinho Barbosa came off the bench to lead Brazil with 22 points and reserve Cristiano Felicio had 13 boards and eight offensive boards.

Can Brazil get it done in the scoring department facing the Greek Freak and the great Greece defense? No. Greece will dominate this game on the defensive end of the floor and score big as well, as they will easily win and cover taking control of Group F.

Turkey vs USA (-22) O/U 175

Team USA easily beat Czech Republic in their opening game but did not cover the big spread. Guards Donovan Mitchell and Kemba Walker combined for 30 points and the Yanks held the Czechs to a FG of only 40.6%.

Turkey beat Japan by 21 points in their opener holding them to a FG% of 38.5%. One player the Americans have to worry about is Milwaukee Bucks’ big man Ersan Ilyasova, who had 19 points and 10 boards in the win over Japan. He led four players in double figures in the game and they have to slow the pace of this game.

Team USA did not have the best shooting game facing Czech Republic failing to shoot over 50% from the floor. They will play much better on offense in this game and their frontcourt will keep Ilyasova and company from dominating the paint. The Americans will win this game and cover the spread moving to 2-0 in group play.


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