Brazil tops USA Basketball in World Cup qualifying 6:43 PM ET Associated Press WASHINGTON -- USA Basketball still has some work to do before clinching a berth in next year's World Cup. Bruno Caboclo scored 24 points, Georghino De Paula added 18 and Brazil greatly improved its chances of making the 32-team World Cup field by beating the U.S. 94-79 in a qualifying game on Friday. The U.S. would have wrapped up a World Cup spot with a win. The Americans now will have to wait until at least Monday, when they play host to Colombia. "You have to give them credit," U.S. coach Jim Boylen said. "They played well, they executed well and their size and physicality bothered us. We've got to learn from this moment." Langston Galloway led the U.S. with 14 points, while Charlie Brown and Alize Johnson each scored 10. The U.S. still controls its destiny regarding qualifying. The Americans lead Group F with a 7-2 record, one game ahead of Brazil (6-3). The winner of the Mexico-Uruguay game, to be played later Friday night, will also be 6-3, with the loser 5-4. Puerto Rico (4-4) and Colombia (3-5) are also in the group; those two teams face off Friday night as well. All the U.S. needs to do is finish in first, second or third place to automatically qualify for the World Cup. The Americans have three qualifying games remaining - one Monday, then two more in February. Brazil never trailed Friday, leading by as many as 25 points and taking a 58-34 lead into halftime. "I did not like the way we started, a 30-point first, a 58-point half," Boylen said. "I thought they hurt us at the defensive end."