June 18, 2016
Four teams started the fight for the last spot on Saturday. South Korea built a lead in the second quarter and pulled away in the final frame to eliminate Cuba 82-61. Shooting was on display again as Kang A-Jeong led the way in the win while Leidys Oquendo tried to keep her team in the game. Belarus shook off several days of disappointments, jumping on Argentina early and rolling to a 84-44 win. Belarus finally got some production from their starting wings as Tatsiana Likhtarovich led the way and the team was finally able to use their entire roster for a game. The final Olympic spot will come down to a rematch of an exciting game from the group stages as South Korea will go in with confidence while Belarus will be seeking revenge.
Cuba vs. South Korea 62-81 CUB Oquendo 19 Galindo 12 Romero 8 Gelis 7 Cepeda 6/6r Casanova 6 Noblet 4/8r Avila 0 Ochoa 0 Martinez Valdes DNP Povea Chacon DNP Thompson DNP KOR Kang AJ 22 Kim 17 Yang 12/7r Park HJ 8 Lim 7 Park JS 6/10r Kwak 6 Lee SA 3/8a Kang LS DNP Go DNP Lee EH DNP Bae DNP
Argentina vs. Belarus 44-84 ARG Burani 11/9r Rosset 9 Gonzalez 8 Fiorotto 5 Gretter 4 Vega 3/6r Thomas 2 Boquete 2 Santana 0 Pavon 0 Cabrera 0 Llorente 0 BLR Likhtarovich 19 Papova 13 Leuchanka 11/12r Troina 10/8r/7a Snytsina 10 Verameyenka 9 Harding 6 Anufryienka 3 Ziuzkova 3 Malashka 0 Trafimava 0 Rytsikava 0