Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic took his game to another level to lift Slovenia over Germany on Tuesday. He had a 36-point double-double to put his country in the driver’s seat to win Group B on the final game day.
Slovenia faces France in both teams’ fourth game in five days. The French are also 3-1 in the group. Slovenia takes it with a victory. If France wins, they need a Germany loss to Hungary to win Group B.
Luka never disappoints when the chips are down, and he will be looking to get some revenge after France topped Slovenia in the Olympic semifinals last year. Fans won’t want to miss Wednesday’s game, so here is a look at how to watch, the odds, and more.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. France in EuroBasket 2022: How to watch
Start time: 10:05 a.m. CT or 11:05 a.m. ET
How to watch online: ESPN-plus (live), Courtside 1891 (on-demand replays in the USA only)
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. France in EuroBasket 2022: Injury report
Luka Doncic has his right wrist tapped, but the 23-year-old superstar showed no ill effects in Tuesday’s win. Mike Tobey twisted his ankle on the opening tipoff, but he returned and finished the game against Germany. Goran Dragic is also a candidate to be rested in the fourth game in five days, but all should be healthy enough to play on Sept. 7.
France is healthy entering the matchup versus Slovenia.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. France in EuroBasket 2022: Odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, Slovenia is a 2.5-point favorite over France, and they sit at minus-155 on the moneyline. The over/under for the contest sits at 169.5, and Slovenia is minus-145 to win the first half.
Luka Doncic and Slovenia vs. France in EuroBasket 2022 predictions
Luka has another stellar performance and gets revenge for the second straight day as Slovenia tops France to win Group B. Expect the Dallas Mavericks superstar to be in attack mode again as he finishes with a second consecutive 30-point double-double.
Rudy Gobert will create problems inside, so Doncic will need to have his mid-range jumper locked in. Expect the 23-year-old to rise to the challenge, even in his fourth game in five days.
Fans will not want to miss Wednesday’s game, so be sure to tune in and enjoy the show as Slovenia faces France in what could be a knockout stage preview.