Spain remains second in the FIBA ranking and Doncic sweeps

The United States continues as the leader of this classification with 765.2 points. Also noteworthy are the changes in position in the teams of France and Argentina.

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The Spanish men's basketball team retains second place in the FIBA world ranking after the Tokyo Olympic Games, in which there have been no changes in the first three places and the greatest rise has been led by Slovenia, which stands at fourth place after climbing twelve positions.

The United States continues as the leader of this classification with 765.2 points, ahead of Spain (722.4) and Australia (690.5), second and third, respectively.

Slovenia (675.9) made the biggest climb in the rankings, placing fourth with an incredible climb of twelve places.

This brilliant rise of the Slovenian team, led by Luka Doncic, is due to the victories achieved in Tokyo 2020 over teams better placed in the world ranking, such as by 18 points over Argentina, fourth classified, and eight points over Spain, second classified.

Also noteworthy are the changes in position in the teams of France and Argentina. While the European team is ranked fifth (up two positions), the South American team falls three positions, specifically to seventh place.

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