All 12 teams have now played two games in the men’s Olympic basketball tournament and just one game remains in group play.
In Group A, France defeated Czech Republic 97-77 and clinched the top spot in the group, as well as a place in the Quarter-Finals, while Team USA bounced back in comfortable fashion after their loss to France and blew out Iran 120-66.
Team USA and Czech Republic will square off in the final game of group play to determine who will finish second in Group A and automatically advance to the Quarter-Finals.
The loser will be the third place team and still have a chance to advance to the Quarter-Finals.
Next games: Iran vs. France, USA vs. Czech Republic
Australia needs a win in their final group play game against Germany to finish first in Group B.
Second place in the group and an automatic birth in the Quarter-Finals is still very much up for grabs, while whoever finishes as the third place team will still have a chance to qualify.
Next games: Italy vs. Nigeria, Australia vs. Germany
In Group C, Slovenia continued their dominance led by Luka Doncic, beating host nation Japan 116-81 and clinching their spot in the Quarter-Finals, while Spain also booked their spot in the Quarter-Finals with a 81-71 win over Argentina.
Slovenia and Spain are set up for a clash to determine who will claim first place in Group C.
Argentina and Japan will square off in a must-win game, as the winner will finish third in the group and still have a chance to qualify for the Quarter-Finals.
Next games: Argentina vs. Japan, Spain vs. Slovenia
A draw will take place following the conclusion of the Group Phase to determine the pairings of the bracket for the Quarter-Finals.
The winners of the groups (3 teams) and the second-placed team with the best result (1 team) from the Group Phase are placed in one pot (D), while the two remaining second-placed teams and two best third-placed teams are placed in another pot (E).
Teams from the same group in the Group Phase cannot be drawn against each other in the Quarter-Finals, per FIBA.