FIFA?s World Cup just wrapped up, but World Cup action won?t be on ice until 2018. There?s another top-level World Cup happening in a sport people actually care about happening this summer. Like, next month in fact. The 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup tips off August 30 in Granada, Spain. The United States is, as always, expected to win every international basketball competition, and Coach K and his crew will likely follow through on those expectations. Yet while FIFA?s World Cup is the single biggest thing on earth every four years, many NBA fans won?t be waking up in the morning to catch FIBA World Cup action, which this year expanded competition from 24 to 32 teams. FIFA may have its faults, but FIBA could learn a few things from their evil big brother of international sport governance.