Great Britain's senior men among sixth seeds for Tuesday's EuroBasket 2017 draw
20 November 2016 21:00
By British Basketball
EuroBasket draw takes place at 2pm on Tuesday
Great Britain have been named as sixth seeds for Tuesday's FIBA EuroBasket 2017 draw.
They'll be one of 24 teams who will play in next summer's Final Round with the draw taking place at 1400 GMT.
Four groups of six teams will be drawn from six seedings of four teams, with the seedings determined by the Competition Regulations of FIBA Europe, taking into account the results of the participating nations in their last FIBA Europe competition(s).
The seedings are as follows:
Seed 1: Spain, Lithuania, France, Serbia;
Seed 2: Greece, Italy, Czech Republic, Latvia;
Seed 3: Croatia, Israel, Turkey, Finland;
Seed 4: Russia, Slovenia, Hungary, Georgia;
Seed 5: Germany, Belgium, Poland, Montenegro; Seed 6: Iceland, Great Britain, Ukraine, Romania.
The host federations had the right to choose one partner federation, who will be automatically drawn into the same group. The partnerships bring together Finland and Iceland; Israel and Lithuania; Romania and Hungary; and Turkey and Russia.
The entire Draw Ceremony can be followed live on FIBA's YouTube feed from 1300 GMT.
FIBA EuroBasket 2017 will take place from 31 August to 17 September and will be co-hosted by Finland, Israel, Romania and Turkey.