Everything You Need to Know About FIBA World Cup 2014 Ahead of Knockout Rounds

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Everything You Need to Know About FIBA World Cup 2014 Ahead of Knockout Rounds
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After a day that saw teams throughout the FIBA World Cup ranks jockeying for strategic position, the final 16-team knockout bracket—slated to begin Saturday in Spain—has finally been set. 

As expected, Team USA and Spain have emerged as the unquestioned favorites, setting up a collision course that could see the two basketball superpowers meet in the championship game a week from Sunday.

But what about the rest of the bracket? How did we get here? Who amongst the field of 24 have shown the biggest upset potential? Which team has been the biggest disappointment? Any players to keep an eye on?

Join us as we answer all these questions and more.

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