Group USA wasn't satisfied with how it played on occasion in its 33-point prevail upon Thursday a coarse Serbia crew in the 2022 FIBA World Cup quarterfinals, regardless of the last score.

Be that as it may, in Friday's elimination round, the Americans left no uncertainty about

how solid they're thoroughly searching in their journey to procure their fourth continuous World Cup title,

crushing Canada 83-43 to progress to the gold-award game Saturday at 2 a.m. ET.

They'll play China - - which beat Australia in the other elimination round 61-59 - - in a rematch of their gathering stage meeting, which the U.S. won by 14.

The highest level USA scored the initial 15 places of Friday's down and never thought back,

holding Canada - - the No. 4 group in the FIBA world rankings - - to a seven-point first quarter and an eight-point third period, as well as 22% shooting from the field

The US has now won 29 successive World Cup games, tracing all the way back to the bronze-decoration match in 2006.

Group USA has dropped only one game in a significant global rivalry (World Cup and Olympics) beginning around 1994.

Playing in its subsequent World Cup elimination round and first starting around 1986,

 Group Canada had outperformed numerous assumptions in this competition,

completing second in Gathering B after a 10th spot finish at the Tokyo Olympics provoked the group to head out in different directions from its previous mentor.