Hosts Jordan will launch their campaign in the King Abdullah II Cup against Syria in the Prince Hamzeh Hall on Monday.
The tournament has been reintroduced after a break of nine years following the resurgence in popularity for basketball in the Kingdom.
It will also welcome Lebanon, Iraq and Bahrain and provides a timely test for the national team ahead of the start of the Group F qualification campaign for the 2021 Asian Cup in Kazakhstan on February 24. That group also includes Palestine.
The Asian qualifications comprise of 24 teams divided into six groups with the top two from each qualifying and the third placed sides playing off for three more hoping to qualify.
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