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USA Basketball Men's National Team 110, Nigeria 66 (8/1/16)

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Kyrie Irving did not play due to a bruised thigh.

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Klay Thompson poured in 17 points.

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DeMarcus Cousins had 10 points and five boards.

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Paul George hangs his head during the national anthem.

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Draymond Green hauled in six boards.

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Veteran team leader Carmelo Anthony scored 19 points and grabbed five boards.

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Jimmy Butler had nine points and six rebounds.

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Kevin Durant shot 5-of-7, including 3-of-4 from 3-point, to finish with 14 points.

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Paul George and Jimmy Butler share a laugh on the court.

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DeAndre Jordan had 10 points and nine caroms.

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Dishing out a game-high 11 assists, Kyle Lowry also contibuted eight points and eight rebounds.

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Harrison Barnes scored eight points against Nigeria.

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DeMar DeRozan scored 13 points, had five assists and four steals against Nigeria.

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USA head coach Mike Krzyzewski talks to Kyle Lowry.

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USA head coach Mike Krzyzewski, Craig Sager and Jerry Colangelo after the game.

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Carmelo Anthony and Harrison Barnes high five as they pass by each other.

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