FIBA Basketball World Cup is an international basketball competition contested by the men's national groups of the individuals from the International Basketball Federation FIBA, the game's worldwide overseeing body. It is viewed as nearly as lofty as the Olympic Basketball Tournament, composed by both the International Olympic Committee and FIBA. The World Cup is viewed as the leader occasion of FIBA.
The tournament structure is comparable, however not indistinguishable, to that of the FIFA World Cup; both of these global rivalries were played around the same time from 1970 through 2014. A parallel occasion for ladies' groups, now known as the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup, is likewise held quadrennially. From 1986 through 2014, the people's titles were held around the same time, however in ious nations. The current configuration of the competition includes 24 groups seeking the title at settings inside the host nation. The winning group gets the Naismith Trophy, first granted in 1967. The current bosses are the United States, who vanquished Serbia in the last of the 2014 competition.