2014 U18 FIBA Americas

Isaiah Briscoe
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Isaiah Briscoe drives to the basket through traffic.

2014 U18 FIBA Americas

Jalen Brunson
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(4) Jalen Brunson goes up for two points.

2014 U18 FIBA Americas

Stephen Zimmerman
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Stephen Zimmerman gave the USA a strong inside presence.

2014 U18 FIBA Americas

USA Basketball Head Coach
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USA Basketball head coach, Billy Donovan

2014 U18 FIBA Americas

Tyus Jones
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Tyus Jones was a steady leader for the USA.

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USA Coaches
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The USA coaches stand proud during the national anthem.

2014 U18 FIBA Americas

Justise Winslow
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Justise Winslow had 12 points by halftime.

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Myles Turner
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Myles Turner adds to his USA U18 competition blocked shot record.

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Allonzo Trier
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Allonzo Trier drives to the basket.

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Myles Turner
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Myles Turner gets the game tipped-off.

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