Tivoli Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, will be the site for this "Group A" clash, slated to tip off at 2:50 p.m. EST (9 p.m. local time).
ESPN-3 and Watch ESPN will be streaming this game for free, but online blackout restrictions apply. International basketball fans can also check out FIBAEuropeTV.com for more information on their live streaming feeds.
After two games, (1-1) France finds itself involved in a four-way tie for second place in the standings behind Ukraine, the only unbeaten team in this group.
After dropping the opener to Germany, Parker & Co. bounced back with a strong (88-65) performance against Great Britain Thursday night.
France got off to a quick start, jumping out to a 24-16 first-quarter lead and would never look back. Parker dominated the proceedings, scoring 16 points to go with his 5 assists and 2 steals in 24 minutes of action.
The rest of the French team followed suit, playing well on both ends of the court and dictating the pace of the game. They converted on 67 percent of their shots, while limiting Great Britain to just 44 percent from the field.
The also won the rebound-assist battle, 38-24 and 18-10 respectively, on their way to a 25-point blowout. Can they keep the the momentum going, or will Israel record its first victory of the tournament at France's expense?
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