Germany stunned the United States 83-75 to reach the final of the FIBA Basketball World Cup on Saturday.

The Germans were the underdogs going into the game, but they played with passion and determination to pull off a major upset.

Moritz Wagner led the way for Germany with 28 points, while Johannes Voigtmann added 15 points and eight rebounds.

The United States, who were the defending champions, were led by Kevin Durant, who scored 28 points. However, they were unable to contain Germany's offense.

The Germans led by as many as 13 points in the fourth quarter and held on for the victory.

The win is a major accomplishment for Germany, who are now one win away from winning their first ever World Cup title.

Germany's Performance

Germany played with passion and determination throughout the game. They were never afraid to take the fight to the United States, and they made the most of their opportunities.

Germany shot 50% from the field and 40% from three-point range. They also outrebounded the United States 40-34.

Wagner was the star of the game for Germany. He was aggressive all night long and he made some big shots down the stretch.

Voigtmann was also a key contributor. He was a force on the inside and he made some timely baskets.

United States' Performance

The United States were the favorites going into the game, but they were unable to live up to expectations. They shot just 39% from the field and 29% from three-point range.

Durant was the only player who had a good game for the United States. He scored 28 points, but he didn't get enough help from his teammates.

The United States also had some defensive breakdowns, which allowed Germany to get easy baskets.

The Next Round

Germany will face the winner of the Argentina-France semi-final in the final. The final will be played on Sunday, September 11.

The Germans will be feeling confident after their win over the United States. They know that they can beat anyone on their day, and they will be determined to win their first ever World Cup title.

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