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How the 3x3 men’s basketball medal bracket is shaping up at the Tokyo Olympics

The competition has moved into the knockout stage with Serbia leading the way.

Serbia’s Dejan Majstorovic and Serbia’s Mihailo Vasic celebrate after winning at the end of the men’s pool round 3x3 basketball match between Latvia and Serbia at the Aomi Urban Sports Park in Tokyo, on July 26, 2021 during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
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The men’s 3x3 basketball competition at the Tokyo Summer Olympics is moving into the knockout stage as the group stage comes to a close. The final group stage matches conclude Tuesday morning and will have an impact on the seeding for the quarterfinal and semifinal stages.

Serbia has already clinched a semifinal spot with Netherlands, ROC, Latvia and Belgium in contention for the other semifinal place. The two semifinal berths get a bye while four quarterfinal teams will open the knockout round.

Serbia will look to complete pool play undefeated when it takes on ROC in the final match. According to DraftKings Sportsbook, Serbia is -4 against the spread and -280 on the moneyline.

Netherlands can secure the second semifinal spot with a win in the final pool match against Latvia. The Dutch are underdogs at +2 according to DraftKings Sportsbook. They are +135 on the moneyline.

Men’s 3x3 quarterfinal bracket

Game 1: ROC 21, Netherlands 19

Game 2: Latvia 21, Japan 18

Men’s 3x3 semifinal bracket

Serbia vs. ROC

Belgium vs. Latvia