Exclusive coverage of selected games live via ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN Deportes+ and WatchESPN
ESPN Deportes offers exclusive coverage of 2015 FIBA Americas, one of the most promising tournaments of the association with two guaranteed spots for Rio 2016. The live multiplatform coverage continues today, Sept. 2 at 9:20 p.m. ET, when Mexico faces Brazil.
The 10-team biennial tournament is split into two groups and two rounds: Group A (Canada, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Venezuela) is part of the second round, starting Sunday, Sept. 6 at 9:20 p.m. ET. The first round is led by Group B (Mexico, Panama, Dominican Republic, Brazil and Uruguay).
ESPN Deportes TV dedicates most of its primetime windows to the live telecast of selected games, including the semifinals and the Final on Sept. 12 at 9:20 p.m. ET. The network’s basketball experts Pablo Viruega, Georgina Ruiz Sandoval, Roberto Abramowitz and Jerry Olaya will call the games. ESPN will also televise the Final with commentary by analysts Fran Fraschilla and Kevin Connors.
ESPNDeportes.com carries unique content with onsite reporters from the U.S, Mexico and Argentina, and in-studio commentators and bloggers to provide latest news and information. Special content includes recaps, post-game analysis, video highlights, and exclusive features and interviews with players, coaches, and teams.
|Sept 2||9:20 p.m.||Mexico vs. Brazil||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 3||9:20 p.m.||Panamá vs. Mexico||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 4||9:20 p.m.||Mexico vs. Uruguay||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 6||9:20 p.m.||TBD||ESPN Deportes +, WatchESPN|
|Sept 7||9:20 p.m.||TBD||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 8||9:20 p.m.||TBD||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 9||9:20 p.m.||TBD||ESPN Deportes +, WatchESPN|
|Sept 11||6:50 p.m.||Semifinal: Game #1||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 11||9:20 p.m.||Semifinal: Game #2||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 12||6:50 p.m.||3rd and 4th Place||ESPN Deportes TV|
|Sept 12||9:20 p.m.||FINAL||ESPN, ESPN Deportes TV|