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Women's 3x3 Basketball Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games

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26 minutes ago, opruh said:

3x3 basketball is Mongolia's national sport.

As funny as that is, traditional wrestling and archery are the recognized national sports of Mongolia.


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Apparently Mongolia didn't host any tournaments both yesterday and today! :yikes:

 

Some controversial rumors suggest that the players were given a... break.


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22 minutes ago, dcro said:

Apparently Mongolia didn't host any tournaments both yesterday and today! :yikes:

 

Some controversial rumors suggest that the players were given a... break.

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"The show will include performances from several Japanese artists, including freestyler BUG?!, the Brexy Dance Team, Awich and kZm from RUN THE FLOOR, who produced the official song of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Utsunomiya Final. It will be attended by FIBA President Hamane Niang and FIBA Secretary General Andreas Zagklis."

 

Apparently the Brexit Dance Team will perform at much-anticipated ilve show. :cheer:

 

http://www.fiba.basketball/news/fiba-to-organize-livestreamed-event-to-announce-fiba-3x3-teams-qualified-for-the-tokyo-2020-olympics-on-november-1-20191


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They didn't call B-boy Bumblebee to perform on stage, I'm disappointed.:(

 

Anyway for direct qualification anything different than: :RUS :CHN :MGL :ROU for women and :JPN :SRB :RUS :CHN for men would be a big surprise.

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24 minutes ago, Dunadan said:

They didn't call B-boy Bumblebee to perform on stage, I'm disappointed.:(

 

Anyway for direct qualification anything different than: :RUS :CHN :MGL :ROU for women and :JPN :SRB :RUS :CHN for men would be a big surprise.

Well besides Mongolia, we’re getting some highly competitive teams. The OQT should be interesting. I have 3x3 tickets, so hopefully I’ll get to see Mongolia.


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I was bored, here is what the top 10 would look like if we only used the top 4 players from each nation (I only looked at the top 1000 players).

 

Men

1.   :SRB Serbia - 6,234,720

2.   :LAT Latvia - 6,036,160

3.   :USA United States - 4,971,879

4.   :SLO Slovenia - 4,555,680

5.   :LTU Lithuania - 4,475,760

6.   :CAN Canada - 4,006,120

7.   :NED Netherlands - 3,964,080

8.   :RUS Russia - 3,162,320

9.   :MGL Mongolia - 2,714,920

10. :SUI Switzerland - 2,519,560

 

Women

1.   :FRA France - 2,176,360

2.   :CAN Canada - 1,549,480

3.   :RUS Russia - 1,438,010

4.   :ITA Italy - 1,393,680

5.   :CHN China - 1,389,720

6.   :ESP Spain - 1,361,900

7.   :NED Netherlands - 1,264,200

8.   :POL Poland - 1,150,100

9.   :JPN Japan - 1,121,503

10. :USA United States - 1,012,950

 

Both genders only have one team (Serbia and Russia) which overlaps with the current ranking list. Additionally, the host quota would go to the women. For those curious, in the men's ranking China is ranked 12th while Japan is ranked 14th and in the women's rankings Romania is 13th while Mongolia is 17th.

 

I'm surprised how well Canada is doing, though I knew they were trying to send a quality team. Hopefully they will compete in the qualification tournament, though it will be hard to defeat the European teams.

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1 hour ago, JoshMartini007 said:

I was bored, here is what the top 10 would look like if we only used the top 4 players from each nation (I only looked at the top 1000 players).

 

Men

1.   :SRB Serbia - 6,234,720

2.   :LAT Latvia - 6,036,160

3.   :USA United States - 4,971,879

4.   :SLO Slovenia - 4,555,680

5.   :LTU Lithuania - 4,475,760

6.   :CAN Canada - 4,006,120

7.   :NED Netherlands - 3,964,080

8.   :RUS Russia - 3,162,320

9.   :MGL Mongolia - 2,714,920

10. :SUI Switzerland - 2,519,560

 

Women

1.   :FRA France - 2,176,360

2.   :CAN Canada - 1,549,480

3.   :RUS Russia - 1,438,010

4.   :ITA Italy - 1,393,680

5.   :CHN China - 1,389,720

6.   :ESP Spain - 1,361,900

7.   :NED Netherlands - 1,264,200

8.   :POL Poland - 1,150,100

9.   :JPN Japan - 1,121,503

10. :USA United States - 1,012,950

 

Both genders only have one team (Serbia and Russia) which overlaps with the current ranking list. Additionally, the host quota would go to the women. For those curious, in the men's ranking China is ranked 12th while Japan is ranked 14th and in the women's rankings Romania is 13th while Mongolia is 17th.

 

I'm surprised how well Canada is doing, though I knew they were trying to send a quality team. Hopefully they will compete in the qualification tournament, though it will be hard to defeat the European teams.

The women have been performing well. They have won quite a few tournaments.

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:cheer::cheer::cheer:

 

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Just to be clear, what will be announced today? The 3-4 teams qualifying via the ranking, or also which teams qualify for the OQT?

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