Dallas Mavericks two-way wing Tyler Dorsey is ready to help Greece finish off the group undefeated as they face Estonia on Sept. 8. Estonia has one win in their first four games, but they will be ready to pull the upset on Thursday.
It will be Greece’s fifth game in seven days, but Giannis Antetokounmpo is likely to be rested for the second time in this tournament. Dorsey will play a key scoring role without the Greek Freak, and Greece wants to finish the group strong as they head into the knockout stage.
Greece is a massive favorite, and they already have the group won. Expect them to look to finish 5-0 as they head into the single-elimination bracket, and Dorsey will continue to be a key to their success. Here is a look at the odds, how to watch, and more for Thursday's game versus Estonia.
Tyler Dorsey and Greece vs. Estonia in EuroBasket 2022: How to watch
Start time: 9:50 a.m. CT or 10:50 a.m. ET
How to watch online: ESPN-plus (live), Courtside 1891 (on-demand replays in the USA only)
Tyler Dorsey and Greece vs. Estonia in EuroBasket 2022: Injury report
Kostas Antetokounmpo has still not played in the tournament, but he is expected to return from injury against Estonia. Greece could also rest players with the group in hand with Giannis Antetokounmpo likely to be on the sidelines.
Tyler Dorsey and Greece vs. Estonia in EuroBasket 2022: Odds, spread, over/under
According to WynnBet, Greece is a minus-2,000 favorite, and the spread is minus-15.5. The total is 162.5 with the Greeks sitting at minus-700 to win the first half.
Tyler Dorsey and Greece vs. Estonia in EuroBasket 2022 predictions
Tyler Dorsey hits five 3-pointers on Thursday as Greece rolls to a victory over Estonia. Giannis sits as the Greeks use a total team effort to head into the knockout stage at 5-0.
Greece remains one of the favorites to win EuroBasket 2022, and they will begin that quest in the knockout stage on Sept. 11 against the fourth-placed team in Group D. Those results are still to be decided, but the Greeks will be massive favorites and among the best teams. Stay tuned to see if Tyler Dorsey can keep up his scoring as Greece look to win their first EuroBasket since 2005.