France and Canada square off in Group H basketball action at the 2023 FIBA World Cup basketball tournament on Friday. Their game is the last on day one’s schedule with a start time at 9:15 am ET / 6:15 am PT in the USA.
The France and Canada FIBA World Cup basketball game cannot be viewed on a traditional TV channel or cable network. You will need to live stream it online with an ESPN+ subscription.
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