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Tokyo Olympics: Updated standings from men's basketball tournament

The men's basketball field for the knockout stages is set following the completion of the pool stage.

The top two teams from each group advanced to the quarter-finals with the two best third-place teams also advancing to the knockout stages.

Click here to learn more about how tiebreakers are determined.

Here's a look at the quarter-finals:

Quarter-final draw

Italy vs. France - Tuesday, August 3

Slovenia vs. Germany - Tuesday, August 3

Spain vs. United States - Tuesday, August 3

Australia vs. Argentina - Tuesday, August 3

The winner of Spain vs. Italy will take on the winner of Slovenia vs. Germany in the semis, while the winner of Spain vs. USA will face the winner or Arustralia vs. Argentina.

Tokyo Olympics: Men's basketball standings

Below are the standings updated through games played on August 1.

*Qualified for quarter-finals

Group A

Rank Team Played Won Lost Points For Points Against Differential Class. Points
1* France 3 3 0 259 215 55 6
2* United States 3 2 1 315 233 82 5
3 Czech Republic 3 1 2 245 294 -49 4
4 Islamic Rep. of Iran 3 0 3 206 283 -77 3

Group B

Rank Team Played Won Lost Points For Points Against Differential Class. Points
1* Australia 3 3 0 259 226 33 6
2* Italy 3 2 1 255 239 16 5
3* Germany 3 1 2 257 273 -16 4
4 Nigeria 3 0 2 230 263 -33 3

Group C

Rank Team Played Won Lost Points For Points Against Differential Class. Points
1* Slovenia 3 3 0 329 268 61 6
2* Spain 3 2 1 256 243 13 5
3* Argentina 3 1 2 268 276 -8 4
4 Japan 3 0 3 235 301 -66 3

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