Nigeria’s D’Tigers dropped one spot from their 32nd position to 33rd in the most recent FIBA world ranking discharged on Thursday.
D’Tigers are one of the 47 groups that dropped in the ranking regardless of having fit the bill for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup in China.
The 2017 FIBA AfroBasket sprinter up, D’Tigers amassed 292.8 focuses to hold their status as the best group in Africa.
Angola climbed one spot from third to second in Africa and one too in the world ranking from 37 to 36 recording 266.0 focuses in the wake of winning every one of the three of their amusements in the African Qualifiers – on home soil in Luanda – to likewise punch their ticket to China 2019.
Senegal involves the third position in Africa with 261.2 focuses to complete 39th in the world ranking. Tunisia and Egypt kept up the fourth and fifth place to be positioned 51st and 52nd separately in the world ranking.
Different nations in the African best ten are Cameroon who climbed five places in 6th place (58th in the world), Morocco (60th in the world), Mali (67th in the world) Cote D’ Ivoire (68th in the world) and Central African Republic (35th in the world).
In the world ranking, USA remains the best group in the world and they are trailed by Spain, France, Serbia, and Argentina in the main five. Lituania, Slovenia, Greece, Croatia, and Australia finished the main ten.