At AfroBasket 2021 the American-Ugandan small forward helped the team reach the quarterfinals. A triple double (22 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists) against South Sudan was a particular highlight for the man then searching a route to the NBA. Having never made it to a world cup before, and currently sitting on one win out of four games played, hopeful Uganda eyes will be watching Wainright steer the Silverbacks to Indonesia-Japan-Philippines next year.
Senegal are among the teams trying to make it back-to-back appearances at a World Cup having competed at the showpiece in 2019 Picture by 2019 Getty Images 2023 World Cup Qualifiers in basketball: Africa – Groups and schedule After the conclusion of Window 3 in the African region, 12 teams have been divided into two groups of six: Group E: Cote d’Ivoire Cape Verde Angola Nigeria Uganda Guinea Group F South Sudan Egypt Tunisia Congo DR Senegal Cameroon Group E will play across three game-days, which will take place as follows: Friday 26 August 2022: Guinea v Cape Verde Angola v Uganda Cote d’Ivoire v Nigeria Saturday 27 August 2022: Cape Verde v Angola Nigeria v Guinea Uganda v Cote d’Ivoire Sunday 28 August 2022: Angola v Nigeria Guinea v Uganda Cote d’Ivoire v Cape Verde Group F will play across three game-days, which will take place as follows: Friday 26 August 2022: Congo DR v Cameroon Egypt v Tunisia Senegal v South Sudan Saturday 27 August 2022: Cameroon v Egypt Tunisia v Senegal South Sudan v Congo DR Sunday 28 August 2022: Senegal v Cameroon Congo DR v Tunisia Egypt v South Sudan How to watch: 2023 FIBA World Cup African Qualifiers Window 4 Some of the games will be available to watch through FIBA’s broadcast partners around the world.
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Ish Wainright will suit up for Uganda during Window 4 of the FIBA 2023 World Cup qualifiers Picture by 2022 Getty Images While the prospect of meeting Metu and Okogie on the same team, supported by a cast of other Tokyo 2020 Olympians, might be daunting, Angola will have a weapon of their own to turn to.
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Uganda vs Angola H2H Stats Record & ResultsLast Tournament Stats For Uganda v Angola Av Goals Scored Per Game 0. 75 0. 33 Av Goals Scored Per Game Away 2. 00 0. 50 Av Goals Against Per Game 1 0. 67 Av Goals Against Per Game Home 1. 33 1. 00 Av 1st Goal Scored Time 13m 73m Av 1st Goal Scored Time Away 14m Av 1st Goal Against Time 30m 35m Av 1st Goal Against Time Home 37m Goals Scored 0-15' Mins 2 0 Goals Scored 45-60' Mins Goals Scored 60-75' Mins Uganda vs Angola Head-to-Head Date Comp Home Score Away Stats 2013-06-15 WC Qualification Africa Uganda 2-1 Angola 2012-06-03 1-1 Recent Transfers By Uganda Recent Transfers By Angola Uganda vs Angola Head to head record, stats & results.
Cote d’Ivoire and South Sudan are the only unbeaten teams so far, but there are plenty of challengers in wait ready to knock them both off their perches. With the next few games crucial to determining just who will have the honour of representing their country in 2023 several nations have called on their best and brightest to bolster their chances. Here’s a run-down of the expected schedule and the big names to look out for. Chimezie Metu in action for Nigeria at Tokyo 2020 in 2021 Picture by 2021 Getty Images Africa Qualifiers Window 4: Storylines and NBA stars to watchBig games mean big names and for those competing in Window 4 they certainly haven’t held back.
Riding high at the top of the group thanks to their perfect 6-0 record that they carry through with them from the previous round are South Sudan who head into Window 4 as the team to beat in Group F. But with 2022 NBA Championship winner Jonathan Kuminga in their midst, could Congo DR be the first to halt them? Certainly, 22-year-old Kuminga of the Golden State Warriors could be the game-changer the country needs to flip its fortune if it wants to qualify for next year’s event. Sitting on 4-2 heading into Window 4, along with Tunisia who are also on the same record, the Leopards will want to capitalise on Kuminga’s downtime away from the NBA in order to ensure they are in the best possible shape heading into Window 5 at the start of next year.
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Kuminga isn’t the only NBA player reporting for national duty. Group E looks to boast four players from North America's top basketball league. Hosting two of them will be Nigeria. D’Tigers have invited NBA stars Chimezie Metu (Sacramento Kings) and Josh Okogie (Phoenix Suns) into their long squad in order to help improve their stock for Window 4. Sitting on two wins in four games, Nigeria will be wanting three wins out of three if they want to top an appearance at Tokyo 2020 with two back-to-back world cup campaigns. Up first they will face so-far unbeaten Cote d’Ivoire followed by Guinea and Angola.