How Canada can advance to quarterfinals after FIBA World Cup drama

Arash Madani reports on Canada as they prepare for the second round of the FIBA World Cup, discussing how the team wants to learn from their sloppy start against Latvia before previewing the challenge former raptor Bruno Caboclo and Brazil brings.

Win or go home.

That’s what’s at stake for Canada at the FIBA World Cup after a pair of upsets in Group L on Friday. With Brazil beating Canada and Latvia beating Spain, all four teams in Group L are now tied with seven points each in the standings.

Canada will face Spain on Sunday morning, with the winner of that game advancing to the quarterfinals. Brazil and Latvia — both coming off upset wins — will face each other in the other game, with the winner of that game also advancing.

You can watch Canada face Spain Sunday morning on Sportsnet and SN NOW, beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET / 6:30 a.m. PT.

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