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Maori TV to Screen Tall Blacks Olympic Qualifier Games

Maori Television to Screen Tall Blacks Olympic Qualifier Games

Maori Television will follow the Tall Blacks road to Rio screening five games from the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament, to be held in Manila, Philippines this week. All games will also be simulcast online at Maoritelevision.com at the same time of broadcast.

New Zealand, ranked 21st in FIBA world rankings, will play Philippines, who are ranked 28th, and France, who are ranked an impressive 5th, before potentially progressing to the semi-final and final to earn the coveted Olympic spot.

Game TIP OFF (GMT) WATCH ON MAORI TELEVISION (NZT) WATCH REPLAY ON MAORI TELEVISION (NZT)
NZ vs Philippines Wed 6 July 1pm Thursday 7 July 8.30am Thursday 7 July 2.30pm
NZ vs France Thurs 7 July 1pm Friday 8 July 8.30am Friday 8 July 2.30pm
Semi-final 1 Sat 9 July 10.30am Saturday 9 July 10.20pm LIVE No replay
Semi-final 2 Sat 9 July 1pm NZT Sunday 10 July 8.30am Sunday 10 July 10.25pm
Final Sun 10 July 1pm NZ Monday 11 July 8.30am Monday 11 July 1.30pm


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