Luka and Slovenia face Giannis and Greece in the Olympic qualifiers

Luka Doncic and Slovenia can still hope for the Olympics.

Doncic had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists as Slovenia beat New Zealand 104-78 on Thursday to book a spot in the semifinals of the Olympic qualifying tournament in Piraeus, Greece. Slovenia needed to win by at least 10 points to advance to the semifinals.

Slovenia's opponent on Saturday is Greece, meaning Doncic and fellow NBA All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo will lead their teams. The winner will advance to Sunday's final and secure a spot at the Paris Olympics, while the loser will be eliminated.

Josh Nebo had 20 points and 10 rebounds for Slovenia. Shea Ili led New Zealand with 28 points.

Antetokounmpo had the day off, but Greece still advanced to the semifinals with a 93-71 victory over Egypt in Piraeus.

Konstantinos Mitoglou and Georgios Papagiannis each scored 16 points for Greece, while Kostas Popanikolaou scored 15 points.

Ahmed Metwaly scored 22 points for eliminated Egypt.

The pairings in the semi-finals on Saturday are as follows:

In Valencia, Spain – Finland vs. Spain; Bahamas vs. Lebanon.

In Piraeus, Greece – Slovenia vs Greece; Croatia vs Dominican Republic.

In Riga, Latvia – Brazil vs Philippines; Cameroon vs Latvia.

In San Juan, Puerto Rico – Lithuania vs. Italy or Puerto Rico; Italy or Puerto Rico vs. Ivory Coast or Mexico.

The finals will take place at all four locations on Sunday and the four winners will go to the Olympic Games in Paris.

Georgia 96, Philippines 94

The Philippines lost but still advanced to the semifinals of the tournament on Saturday in Riga, Latvia. That was a bit of a problem because the team had booked a flight home for Friday.

“I guess we'll have to push them back a little bit,” said Filipino coach Tim Cone. “That's how surprised we are to be here and talking to you guys. It's the first time I've felt good about a loss.”

Georgia had to win by at least 19 points to have any chance of advancing.

Sandro Mamukelashvili led Georgia with 26 points, and Goga Bitadze finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Justin Brownlee was the Philippines' top scorer with 28 points and added eight rebounds and eight assists.

Finland 89, Poland 88

At the start of the fourth period, Finland was down by 12 points, but finished the game with a 25-12 run, keeping its Olympic hopes alive and advancing to the semifinals.

Mikael Jantunen scored 20 points for Finland, Alexander Madsen scored 18 points; together the two players made 12 of 13 shots.

AJ Slaughter had 21 points and Jeremy Sochan added 20 for Poland, which was eliminated.

Cameroon 77, Brazil 74

Cameroon won and advanced, Brazil lost but still won their group, and Montenegro lost without even playing.

Jeremiah Hill led Cameroon with 22 points. Cameroon needed to win to reach the semifinals in Latvia on Saturday. A loss would have put Montenegro in the semifinals.

Leo Meindl was Brazil's best player with 19 points. To win the group, Brazil only had to win the game or lose by six points or less. If Brazil had lost by 15 points or more, it would have been eliminated and Montenegro would have advanced.

Lebanon 74, Angola 70

Omari Spellman scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and Lebanon advanced to the semifinals of the qualifying match in Valencia, Spain.

Karim Zeinoun scored another 15 points for the winners, including a personal 7-0 run early in the fourth quarter when he turned a game that was tied 49-49 into one that Lebanon led 56-49 – and never trailed again.

Gerson Goncalves scored 13 and Bruno Fernando added 12 for Angola, who were eliminated.

Mexico 92, Ivory Coast 81

In San Juan, Puerto Rico, Paul Stoll scored 23 points and added 11 assists and Mexico overcame a nine-point deficit in the second half to secure a place in the semifinals.

Joshua Ibarra scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Mexico, which beat Ivory Coast 24-12 in the fourth quarter to pull ahead.

Nisre Zouzoua and Vafessa Fofana each scored 16 points for Ivory Coast.

This report uses information from the Associated Press.