Terrance Ferguson passes off to a teammate.
Don Showalter tells the team during the break between the third and fourth quarter that the first five possessions will be key. He was right.
Devearl Ramsey is nothing but energy when he checks into the game.
Caleb Swanigan was flat out impressive against Serbia: 11 points, 8 rebounds and shot 7-of-11 from the line after drawing eight fouls.
Don Showalter has led the USA to a 22-0 record in FIBA U17 World Championship games.
Malik Newman was once again a steady force for the USA, scoring 15 points.
The USA bench cheers on a great play during the fourth quarter as the team started to pull away.
Tyus Battle came off the bench and made several key plays, including a steal and layup at the end of the third quarter and a 3-pointer to open the fourth.
Jason Tatum had nine points, including the USA's first 3-pointer of the game late in the first half.
Harry Giles notched a 10-point, 12-rebound double-double.
2014 FIBA U17 Men: USA 89, Serbia 68
USA U17 Men 115, China 37