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2014 FIBA World Championships For Women: Previews, schedule, TV info

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The 2014 FIBA World Championships for Women begin this morning with Team USA taking the floor for the first time this afternoon.

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The FIBA World Championships begin today at 7 a.m. EST when Canada faces Mozambique, as previewed yesterday by Aneela Syed.

Team USA will close out the day at 2:30 p.m. EST and you can read everything we've said about them in our storystream, but the rest of the schedule for today is as follows (all times EST):

7 AM

Canada

vs.

Mozambique

7:15 AM

Australia

vs.

Cuba

9:15 AM

Spain

vs.

Japan

9:30 AM

Belarus

vs.

Korea

12:00 PM

France

vs.

Turkey

12:15 PM

Angola

vs.

Serbia

2:15 PM

Czech Republic

vs.

Brazil

2:30 PM

USA

vs.

China

You can catch all of those games on ESPN3 and Team USA's game on NBA TV as well.

If you need to familiarize yourself with these players or need to keep up on the scores, FIBA's site itself has all the basics including group-by-group previews.

We'll leave this thread up for the day and leave your thoughts on the games in the comments below.

For more on the 2014 World Championships, check out our FIBA section.