Sports OJ of Tokyo - Basket (H): This will be France - Italy in quarters
USA TODAY Sports picks every medal for every Olympic event
Simone Biles will lead the way for the Americans with five golds in our projection, which has Team USA winning 133 medals, its most since 1984.That total estimate would be the greatest number of medals earned by the U.S. since the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics when the host nation raked in 174. Fifty-nine gold medals would be the U.S.’s best since earning 83 in Los Angeles. The U.S. ranked No. 1 in total medals and gold medals for the past two consecutive Summer Olympics in Rio (121 total, 46 gold) and London (104 total, 46 gold).
A draw has been made to complete the posters of the quarterfinals of the Olympic Tournament Male, and France Inherited from Italy, avoiding Spain, which will face the United States.
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Unlike the Handball or Volley Olympic tournaments, where the quarter-finals are defined according to the classification of teams in Guns (A1-B4, A2-B3 ...), the basketball tournament takes place differently, since it is a draw that determined the quarters posters. The three winners of groups (France, Australia, Slovenia) and the best second (United States) were series headers and the other two seconds (Italy, Spain) and the Top Top Third (Argentina, Germany) were not . France could have found its best Spanish enemy, beaten by Slovenia (87-95) this Sunday during a magnificent match with 12 points of Donic and 18 of Rubio, but it finally had a little luck (A priori) by inheriting Italy. Squadra Azzura beat Germany and Nigeria during this tournament, but lost against Australia.
Medal predictions for events at the Tokyo Olympics
TOKYO — Olympic medal predictions by AP beat writers: ___ ARCHERY Mixed Team Gold: South Korea Silver: India Bronze: United States Men’s Individual Gold: Brady Ellison, United States Silver: Kim Woojin, South Korea Bronze: Mauro Nespoli, Italy Women’s Individual Gold: Kang Chae Young, South Korea Silver: Deepika Kumari, India Bronze: An San, South Korea Men’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: China Bronze: United States Women’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: Taiwan Bronze: Mexico ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Team Final Men Gold: ROC Silver: China Bronze: Japan Women Gold: United States Silver: ROC Bronze: China All-Around Men Gold: Nikita Nagornyy, ROC Silver: Sun Wei, China Bronze: Daiki H
the United States or Spain without medal
led by Simone Fonchio (Alba Berlin), Nicolo Melli (Milan) or Danilo Gallinari (Atlanta Hawks), Italy has strong arguments to argue, but the Blues, Who passed an without-fault in the first round, including a victory over the United States, will go favorite from this quarterfinium. France won his last seven games against Italy (the last four being friendly matches) and his last loss dates back to August 2008, during a friendly match between these two teams who were not qualified for the OJ of Beijing. An eternity ... The most anticipated quarterfinium will obviously be that between the United States and Spain. One of these two teams will return from Tokyo without a medal and it will be a huge surprise. The winner of this meeting will face Australia or Argentina , while on the other side of the painting, France or Italy will challenge Slovenia or Germany. France - United States in the final, revenge of the opening match, is still possible ...
Tuesday, 3 August 3:00, 6:40, 10:20 and 14:00
Tuesday, 3 August 3:00, 6:40, 10:20 and 14:00Italy - France
Slovenia - Germany
Spain - United States
Australia - Argentina
Thursday, August 5th at 6:15 and 13:00
Thursday, August 5th at 6:15 and 13:00Italy or France - Slovenia or Germany
Spain or USA - Australia or Argentina
Saturday 7 August at 4h30
Saturday August 7 at 13h00
Olympic viewing guide: Why Simone Biles didn't 'quit', and Penny swims for another record .
Here's what to watch Wednesday night and Thursday morning, including Penny Oleksiak's attempt to make more Canadian history and some context to help understand why Simone Biles isn't competing in the women's all-around final.Canada's two best medal chances on Day 6 are also in women's events. We'll get to those in a minute, along with some other interesting news you need to know.