Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic made it two straight wins for Slovenia to open EuroBasket 2022 with a dominating performance against Hungary on Saturday. Doncic was unstoppable and threw down an impressive highlight reel in the victory, which included a must-see between the legs dribble that led to an alley-oop.
Slovenia is back in action on Sunday against Bosnia and Herzegovina as they continue group play. Bosnia and Herzegovina topped Hungary to start EuroBasket before falling to Germany on Saturday. Dzanan Musa and Jusuf Nurkic lead the way as they look to upset Slovenia in the second of a back-to-back for both teams.
Slovenia can guarantee a place in the knockout stage with a victory on Sept. 4, but Bosnia and Herzegovina will be fighting to remain in contention to win the group. Fans can expect fireworks, and here is a look at how to watch, the odds, and more.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina in EuroBasket 2022: How to watch
Start time: 10:35 a.m. CT or 11:35 a.m. ET
How to watch online: ESPN-plus (live), Courtside 1891 (on-demand replays in the USA only)
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina in EuroBasket 2022: Injury report
Both teams enter Sunday’s contest at full strength in what should be an exciting matchup. Jusuf Nurkic will be difficult to stop down low, and B&H is likely to have all hands on deck to slow down Doncic.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina in EuroBasket 2022: Odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, Slovenia is a 14.5-point favorite entering Sunday’s game, and they are minus-1,750 on the moneyline. The over/under for the contest is 174.5 with Slovenia at minus-665 to win the opening half.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina in EuroBasket 2022 predictions
Doncic keeps playing with joy as he notches a 30-point triple-double in the win over Bosnia and Herzegovina. The 23-year-old states his case for early tournament MVP as he pushes Slovenia to 3-0 with a second straight dominant victory.
This is the first of two scheduled back-to-backs for Slovenia in EuroBasket. They have Monday off before facing Germany and France on Tuesday and Wednesday. Those will be two difficult matchups, so Slovenia will be looking to secure their place in the knockout stage with a win on Sunday, and fans won’t want to miss it.