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Tall Blacks Basketball Coverage On TV One

Tall Blacks Basketball Coverage On TV One

Please note the additional 2002 Basketball World Championship 2nd round
coverage on TV ONE (coverage marked with an asterisk has been previously
advised in television billings)

ONE Sport presents coverage of the 2002 Basketball World Championship from
Indianapolis, USA, hosted by Geoff Bryan.

Tuesday 3 September - 1st game
NZ Tall Blacks v Germany
LIVE 1000-1230
Replay 1600-1800*

Wednesday 4 September - 2nd Game
NZ Tall Blacks v USA
LIVE 1230-1500
Replay 1600-1800*

Thursday 5 September - 3rd Game
NZ Tall Blacks v China
LIVE 0900-1130
Replay 1600-1800

Friday 6 September - Quarter Finals
Advice on coverage will not be available until the completion of the 2nd
round on Thursday 5 September.

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