With two days of action remaining in the second round, FIBA Americas is heating up. The second round will come to a close on Sunday, but before it does, all eight teams will be in action again on Saturday.
The top four teams will advance to the semifinals and with a few teams close in the standings, there will be a lot at stake. Several games will have major implications on the standings, including the final game of the day between Puerto Rico and Venezuela. Puerto Rico sits atop the standings with a 5-1 record. It will face a 4-2 Venezuela team, which is one of four teams tied for second place. Based on tiebreakers, Venezuela enters the game in fifth place, making Saturday's game a significant one.
The (4-2) Dominican Republic, which knocked off Puerto Rico on Friday, will face (4-2) Canada. The winner would be no worse than second heading into the final day while the loser could be as low as sixth. All four games can be watched live online at ESPN 3. The game between Puerto Rico and Venezuela will also be broadcast on ESPN Deportes. Here is a complete look at the day's schedule, all times ET:
11 a.m. -- Jamaica vs. Mexico
1:30 p.m. -- Uruguay vs. Argentina
5 p.m. -- Canada vs. Dominican Republic
7:30 p.m. -- Puerto Rico vs. Venezuela