Over 350 players, coaches from 40 countries on Jr.

New York: The National Basketball Association (NBA) today announced a list of 32 youth teams to participate in the second Jr. NBA Global Championships.
Young NBA Global Championship, a youth basketball tournament for the top 13 and 14 year old teams and girls from around the world, as well as a talent pool that will support the on-site event.
The competition will be held from August 6 to August 11 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando and will be broadcast on the FOX Sports Family Network.
Triple NBA Champion and Jr. NBA World Cup Ambassador Dwyane Wade, Utah Jazz Guard and 2019 NBA Sportsmanship and Twyman – Stokes Winner of the Mike Conley team, 2018. WNBA MVP and WNBA champion Breanna Stewart, vice president of New Orleans Basketball operations and team development and former WNBA All-Star Swin Cash and Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle will attend the event to watch the competition, interact with youth teams and participate in leadership development programs.
FOX Sports will broadcast 16 games throughout the week, a total of 24 hours of programming through FOX, FS1 and FS2, including global matches for girls and boys on August 11 at 15:00 ET and 16:30 ET on FOX.
All games will be broadcast live and simulcast on FOXSports.com as well as at the FOX Sports application.
Eight-year-old NBA All-Star Vince Carter, the leading Brooklyn Nets analyst from the YES network, Sarah Kustok and basketball basketball analyst Donny Marshall will comment on FOX for the second consecutive year.
The Play-by-Play announcer Mark Followill returns to the field with the addition of versatile broadcasters Brian Custer, while Noah Eagle will serve as a reporter and Charissa Thompson will once again anchor the live scrapping live from Orlando, FL.
With the support of long-standing partners of FIBA ??and US Basketball, the event will bring together 32 best boys and girls teams (16 US and 16 international) who advanced from regional competitions earlier this year, which totaled more than 15,000 young people from 75 countries.
16 international teams (eight boys and eight girls teams) represent Africa, Asia, Pacific, Canada, China, Europe and the Middle East, India, Latin America and Mexico.
During a weekly event, all 32 teams will participate in activities designed to strengthen Jr.
NBA core values ??and provide players with development capabilities and memory
experience.
In the performance Jr. The NBA Global Championships, Central Girls (Kansas City, Mo.) They beat the European Girl 68-38, while Central Boys (Overland Park, Cannes) defeated Africa; A team in the Middle East 60-50 in the World Championship.
The sixteen players who participated in the inaugural event are returning to the second Jr. NBA
Global Championship.

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