World men’s basketball begins the road to its next big event: the 2023 World Cup, which will be between Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia. In the FIBA ??window of November 2021, the qualifiers begin on each continent.

And on that road we find two players from the Movistar Estudiantes quarry: Nacho Arroyo Varela with Chile and Emil Stoilov with Bulgaria.

Arroyo Varela, regular with Chile At 21, Nacho Arroyo Varela is already a regular in the calls of the Chilean senior team, after standing out for years in training categories (with the South American U17 gold as a great milestone).

“La Roja del Basket” will begin the challenge of the 2023 World Cup in the concentration that will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a double confrontation against Brazil. In the same group, B, there are also Uruguay and Colombia.

These are the schedules (with Spanish time).

Friday, November 26, 10:10 p.m.: Brazil- Chile.
Saturday, November 27, 11:10 p.m.: Chile- Brazil.

Stoilov, debut with the absolute

Emil Stoilov was already in a concentration of the Bulgarian senior team last summer, but they had no scheduled matches.

This will therefore be the pivot’s first call-up in 2002 with matches after being one of the most outstanding players in training categories (he shone averaging double-double at the FIBA ??Youth Challenger U20M in June).

In Group D, the Bulgarians face Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lithuania and the Czech Republic on their way to the World Cup. His rivals in this first window are the first two.

These are the schedules (with Spanish time).

Friday, November 26, 6:30 p.m.: Lithuania- Bulgaria.
Monday, November 29, 6:00 p.m.: Bulgaria- Bosnia Herzegovina.