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Team USA and Canada are set to face off on Sunday, but they won’t be competing for the medal they had hoped for.

In the semifinals, Team USA was edged by Germany and Canada was defeated by Serbia, both falling just short of what could have been a star-studded gold medal match. Instead, the United States and Canada will go at it over third place and a podium finish.

You won’t want to miss the showdown between Anthony Edwards and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander as Canada aims for its best finish at a FIBA World Cup in program history.

MORE: Ranking the best players in Team USA vs Canada

The Sporting News has you covered with all the information you need to tune in below.

What time is Team USA vs Canada?

  • Date: Sunday, Sept. 10
  • Time: 4:30 a.m. ET | 1:30 a.m. PT

Team USA vs Canada will tip off around 4:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 10. The game will be played at Mall of Asia Arena in the Philippines.

What channel is Team USA vs Canada on?

Team USA vs Canada will air on ESPN2 in the United States and Sportsnet in Canada. Viewers can also stream the game via Sportsnet NOW and Sling TV or catch a replay on Courtside 1891.

Fans in the U.S. can watch the FIBA Basketball World Cup on Sling TV, which is now offering half off your first month! You can stream the sports you love starting at just $20 in your first month with Sling Orange, which includes ESPN2.

Courtside 1891 offers two subscriptions. Courtside 1891 Plus is free and gives you access to “extended highlights and a curated feed for your favorite teams and competition.” Courtside 1891 Max is a paid subscription that allows you to watch “live game streams and full game replays.”

If you just want to watch the FIBA Basketball World Cup, you can buy a pass for the entire tournament for $9.99. An annual pass, which includes the FIBA Basketball World Cup and other international competitions, costs $44.99. Use code TSN10WC to receive a 10 percent discount.

Geo-restrictions may apply to certain regions. Click here to find out which games are available in your region.

Team USA results at FIBA Basketball World Cup

Date Opponent Time (ET)/Result
Aug. 26 vs New Zealand W, 99-72
Aug. 28 vs Greece W, 109-81
Aug. 30 vs Jordan W, 110-62
Sept. 1 vs Montenegro W, 85-73
Sept. 3 vs Lithuania L, 110-104
Sept. 5 vs Italy W, 100-63
Sept. 8 vs Germany L, 113-111
Sept. 10 vs Canada 4:30 a.m.

Team Canada results at FIBA Basketball World Cup

Date Opponent Time (ET)/Result
Aug. 25 vs France W, 95-65
Aug. 27 vs Lebanon W, 128-73
Aug. 29 vs Latvia W, 101-75
Sept. 1 vs Brazil L, 69-65
Sept. 3 vs Spain W, 88-85
Sept. 6 vs Slovenia W, 100-89
Sept. 8 vs Serbia L, 95-86
Sept. 10 vs USA 4:30 a.m.

Team USA roster for FIBA Basketball World Cup

Player Height Position
Paolo Banchero 6-10 Forward
Mikal Bridges 6-6 Forward
Jalen Brunson 6-2 Guard
Anthony Edwards 6-4 Guard
Tyrese Haliburton 6-5 Guard
Josh Hart 6-5 Guard
Brandon Ingram 6-8 Forward
Jaren Jackson Jr. 6-11 Center
Cam Johnson 6-8 Forward
Walker Kessler 7-0 Center
Bobby Portis 6-11 Forward
Austin Reaves 6-5 Guard

Team Canada roster for FIBA Basketball World Cup

Player Height Position
Kyle Alexander 6-10 Forward
Nickeil Alexander-Walker 6-5 Guard
RJ Barrett 6-6 Guard
Trae Bell-Haynes 6-2 Guard
Dillon Brooks 6-7 Forward
Luguentz Dort 6-3 Guard
Zach Edey 7-4 Center
Melvin Ejim 6-6 Forward
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 6-6 Guard
Kelly Olynyk 7-0 Center
Dwight Powell 6-9 Center
Phil Scrubb 6-4 Guard

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