The 2013 FIBA Africa Championship tournament will reach the end of group play Sunday, when the final four games of the round-robin stage finalize seeding for Monday's knockout round.
All 16 teams in the field qualify for the knockout stage, but seeding is still up for grabs out of Group B and Group D. Three of the top teams in the tournament play Sunday, including a match-up between the two undefeated teams atop Group D, Nigeria and Cameroon. Neither team has really been tested yet in the tournament.
Republic of Congo and Mali conclude Group D play Sunday
Three teams could still win Group B's top seed. Tunisia leads the group with four points and would win the group with a win Sunday over Rwanda. Morocco, which lost 56-54 to Tunisia earlier in group play, is in second place at three points and plays last-place Burkina Faso. Rwanda also has three points in the standings.
The full schedule for play Saturday is below, converted to Eastern Time for your convenience.
8:30 a.m. - Morocco (1-1) vs. Burkina Faso (0-2)
11 a.m.- Republic of Congo (0-2) vs. Mali (0-2)
1:30 p.m. - Tunisia (2-0) vs. Rwanda (1-1)
4 p.m. ET -Cameroon (2-0) vs. Nigeria (2-0)