Updated FIBA Basketball rankings: Why Team USA rose to No. 1 after 4th-place finish at World Cup

Updated FIBA Basketball rankings: Why Team USA rose to No. 1 after 4th-place finish at World Cup

Team USA entered the FIBA World Cup ranked 2nd in the FIBA World Rankings. And despite a fourth-place finish, the U.S. actually rose to No. 1 in the latest update. If you’re confused as to how that happened, we’ve got you covered.


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