Dan Clark (10) became Great Britain's top scorer of all time in September's Eurobasket finals game against Russia
Great Britain men – EuroBasket 2022 qualifying
Great Britain's men had a significant win over Montenegro in the two-game bubble in Pau last November and stand second in their qualifying group for EuroBasket, with the finals having been put back a year to avoid a clash with the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.
Their final two games, against Germany and France, will take place in another bubble in Podgorica, the Montenegrin capital, in February. If Britain match or better Montenegro's results in those two games, they will qualify for the finals, which will be held in Germany, the Czech Republic, Georgia and Italy.
As a finals host, Germany are certain to qualify, leaving two places to be decided.
GB squad: Dan Clark (Real Betis, Spa, 32, 106), Ashley Hamilton (Plymouth, 32, 26), Myles Hesson (Chalon, Fra, 30, 39), Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye (Poitiers, Fra, 24, 6), Ben Mockford (Bristol, 31, 42), Gareth Murray (Glasgow, 36, 57), Luke Nelson (Gottingen, Ger, 25, 2), Teddy Okereafor (Bristol, 28, 46), Gabe Olaseni (Buyukcekmece, Tur, 29, 38), Tarik Phillip (Tofas Bursa, Tur, 27, 8), Jacob Round (Huesca, Spa, 20, 1), Ovie Soko (Le Mans, Fra, 29, 9).
Men's EuroBasket 2022 qualifying fixtures
21 February 2020: Montenegro 81-74 Great Britain (Podgorica)
24 February 2020: Great Britain 81-73 Germany (Newcastle)
27 November 2020: France 79-56 Great Britain (Pau)
29 November 2020: Great Britain 74-59 Montenegro (Pau)
20 February 2021: Germany v Great Britain (Podgorica, 16:00 GMT)
22 February 2021: France v Great Britain (Podgorica, 16:00 GMT)
|q = Germany qualify as a host nation|
Temi Fagbenle (left) was instrumental in taking Great Britain to a win over Poland in November
Great Britain Women – EuroBasket 2021 qualification
Great Britain's women missed out on the 2021 finals of EuroBasket – despite having finished fourth in the previous edition – when they lost to Belarus in their final group match in Riga.
The result left GB with the poorest record of the second-placed teams in the nine qualifying groups, with only five certain of a berth in France and Spain later this year.
The women's next goal will be to qualify for the 2023 EuroBasket Finals.
EuroBasket 2021 qualifying results
Poland 63-75 Great Britain (Walbrzych)
Great Britain 59-90 Belarus (Manchester)
Great Britain 77-49 Poland (Istanbul)
Belarus 67-57 Great Britain (Riga)