USA head coach Geno Auriemma huddles with his team during their 72-66 exhibition win over Australia.
Diana Taurasi takes the open shot against Australia.
Diana Taurasi just joined the USA squad this week after the WNBA playoffs ended, but she got the start Friday against Australia.
Seimone Augustus scored seven points in the USA's 72-66 win over Australia.
All 15 players for the USA logged at least eight minutes in the game vs. Australia, and all of them scored.
Angel McCoughtry fights for the basketball during the exhibition game with Australia on Sept. 19.
Maya Moore scored seven points and tied for the team lead with six assists against Australia.
Skylar Diggins scored five points in the 72-66 exhibition win over Australia.
Odyssey Sims in action against Australia.
The USA trailed Australia, 18-11, after the first quarter, but rallied back for the win.
Diana Taurasi had two points and a team-best six assists in the win over Australia.
Some of the youth basketball players from Paris were on hand for the USA's exhibition game victory over Australia on Sept. 19.
Kayla McBride had three points and five rebounds in the win over Australia.
Skylar Diggins looks to dribble past two defenders in the win over Australia.
Sue Bird looks to take it to the hoop against Australia during exhibition game in Paris on Sept. 19.
Breanna Stewart shot 5-for-9 from the floor, including 1-for-1 from three-point range.
The USA went on a 9-0 run in the third quarter to help seal the 72-66 victory over Australia in Paris.
The USA improved to 2-0 in exhibition games as they prepare for the FIBA World Championship that begins on Sept. 27 in Turkey.
Tina Charles had six points and a pair of rebounds in the USA's win over Australia.
Breanna Stewart led all USA scorers with 9 points in the win over Australia.
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