U.S. Men's Olympic Games Records

  • Date:
    Jan 18, 2014

USA INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

MOST POINTS:
37, Carmelo Anthony vs. Nigeria 8/02/12
31, Carmelo Anthony vs. Australia 8/10/16
31, Stephon Marbury vs. Spain 8/26/04
30, Kevin Durant vs. Serbia 8/21/16
30, Klay Thompson vs. France 8/14/16
30, Kevin Durant vs. Spain 8/12/12
30, Charles Barkley vs. Brazil 7/31/92
30, Adrian Dantley vs. Yugoslavia 7/27/76
28, Kevin Durant vs. Argentina 8/06/12
28, David Robinson vs. Yugoslavia 8/03/96
28, Jerry Lucas vs. Japan 8/27/60
MOST FGM:
14, Jerry Lucas vs. Japan 8/27/60
*MOST FGA:
22, Michael Jordan vs. Croatia 7/27/92
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (8-8), Steve Alford vs. France 8/03/84
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*MOST 3PM:
10, Carmelo Anthony vs. Nigeria 8/02/12
*3-point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*MOST 3PA:
15, Carmelo Anthony vs. Australia 8/10/16
*3-point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (3-3), Clyde Drexler vs. Spain 8/02/92
*3-point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
MOST FTM:
13, Carmelo Anthony vs. Argentina 8/22/08
MOST FTA:
14, David Robinson vs. Yugoslavia 8/03/96
*Free throws attempted were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
1.000 (13-13), Carmelo Anthony vs. Argentina 8/22/08
*Free throws attempted were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
*MOST REBOUNDS:
16, DeAndre Jordan vs. Spain 8/19/16
16, Tim Duncan vs. Puerto Rico 8/15/04
16, James Brewer vs. Australia 8/28/72
*Rebounds have been kept as an official statistic since the 1972 Olympics.
*MOST ASSISTS:
12, Kyrie Irving vs. France 8/14/16
12, LeBron James vs. Australia 8/08/12
12, Michael Jordan vs. Germany 7/29/92
12, Leon Wood vs. Spain 8/04/84
12, Phil Ford vs. Yugoslavia 7/27/76
*Assists have been kept as an official statistic since the 1976 Olympics.
*MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
6, Alonzo Mourning vs. Italy 9/19/00
6, Patrick Ewing vs. Canada 8/08/84
*Blocked shots have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.
*MOST STEALS:
8, Michael Jordan vs. Angola 7/26/92
8, Michael Jordan vs. Croatia 7/27/92
*Steals have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.

USA TEAM GAME RECORDS

MOST POINTS:
156 vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
MOST REBOUNDS:
64 vs. Australia, 8/28/72
MOST FGM:
59 vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
MOST FGA:
91 vs. Spain, 8/02/92
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
.711% (59-83) vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
MOST 3PM:
29 vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
MOST 3PA:
46 vs. Australia, 8/08/12,
46 vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE:
.636% (7-11), vs. Canada, 9/20/88
MOST FTM:
33 vs. Serbia, 8/12/16
MOST FTA:
46 vs. Italy, 9/08/60
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
.958% (23-24) vs. Soviet Union, 11/29/56
MOST ASSISTS:
41 vs. Nigeria, 8/02/12
41 vs. China, 7/26/96
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
14 vs. Canada, 8/08/84
MOST STEALS:
32 vs. Croatia, 7/27/92

USA INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION RECORDS

MOST POINTS:
Kevin Durant 156 (19.5) 2012
Kevin Durant 155 (19.4) 2016
Spencer Haywood 145 (16.1) 1968
Charles Barkley 144 (18.0) 1992
Michael Jordan 137 (17.1) 1984
*MOST REBOUNDS:
Tim Duncan 73 (9.1) 2004
Kevin Garnett 73 ( 9.1) 2000
Jim Brewer 64 ( 7.1) 1972
Kevin Love 61 (7.6) 2012
David Robinson 54 ( 6.8) 1988
*Rebounds have been kept as an official statistic since the 1972 Olympics.
*MOST FIELD GOALS MADE:
Spencer Haywood 64 1968
Michael Jordan 60 1984
Charles Barkley 59 1992
Kevin Durant 52 2016
Jerry Shipp 52 1964
*MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
Michael Jordan 113 1992
Michael Jordan 110 1984
Kobe Bryant 104 2008
Jerry Shipp 102 1964
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
Charles Barkley .816 (31-38) 1996
Chris Bosh .774 (24-31) 2008
Dwight Howard .745 (35-47) 2008
DeAndre Jordan .742 (23-31) 2016
Spencer Haywood .719 (64-89) 1968
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE:
Kevin Durant 34 2012
Kevin Durant 25 2016
Carmelo Anthony 23 2012
Carmelo Anthony 18 2016
Kobe Bryant 17 2012
Kobe Bryant 17 2008
Reggie Miller 17 1996
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
Kevin Durant 65 2012
Kobe Bryant 53 2008
Kobe Bryant 52 2012
Klay Thompson 49 2016
Carmelo Anthony 46 2012
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one attempt a game)
Charles Barkley .875 ( 7- 8) 1992
Hersey Hawkins .625 ( 5- 8) 1988
Allan Houston .600 (12-20) 2000
Kevin Durant .581 (25-43) 2016
Andre Iguodala .556 (5-9) 2012
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*MOST FREE THROWS MADE:
Oscar Robertson 34 1960
Adrian Dantley 30 1976
David Robinson 28 1996
Tim Duncan 27 2004
Allen Iverson 27 2004
Adrian Smith 27 1960
*MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED:
Oscar Robertson 50 1960
Dwyane Wade 41 2008
David Robinson 40 1996
Spencer Haywood 38 1968
Dwight Howard 37 2008
*Free throws attempted were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one attempt a game)
Ray Allen 1.000 (12-12) 2000
Dick Boushka 1.000 (10-10) 1956
Glynn Saulters 1.000 (10-10) 1968
Hersey Hawkins 1.000 ( 8- 8) 1988
Wayne Glasgow 1.000 ( 7- 7) 1952
*Free throws attempted were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
*MOST ASSISTS:
Leon Wood 63 (7.9) 1984
Phil Ford 54 (9.0) 1976
Scottie Pippen 47 (5.9) 1992
LeBron James 45 (5.6) 2012
Chris Paul 41 (5.1) 2012
*Assists have been kept as an official statistic since the 1976 Olympics.
*MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
David Robinson 19 (2.4) 1988
Patrick Ewing 18 (2.3) 1984
Patrick Ewing 15 (1.9) 1992
Alonzo Mourning 14 (2.3) 2000
David Robinson 12 (1.5) 1992
*Blocked shots have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.
*MOST STEALS:
Michael Jordan 37 (4.6) 1992
Scottie Pippen 23 (2.9) 1992
Charles Barkley 21 (2.6) 1992
Chris Paul 20 (2.5) 2012
LeBron James 19 (2.4) 2008
Clyde Drexler 19 (2.4) 1992
*Steals have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.

USA TEAM COMPETITION RECORDS

MOST POINTS:
938 in 1992
MOST POINTS AVERAGED:
117.3 in 1992
MOST FGM:
369 in 1992
MOST FGA:
644 (9 games) in 1976
723 (8 games) in 1956
HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
.578% in 1992
MOST 3PM:
129 in 2012
MOST 3PA:
293 in 2012
HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE:
.440% in 2012
MOST FTM:
168 (8 games) in 2016
MOST FTA:
233 in 1996
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
.832% in 1956
MOST REBOUNDS:
364 (8 games) in 2016
HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE:
45.5 in 2016
MOST ASSISTS:
239 in 1992
MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
47 in 1992
MOST STEALS:
177 in 1992

USA INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

MOST GAMES:
Carmelo Anthony 31 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
LeBron James 24 2012, 2008, 2004
David Robinson 24 1996, 1992,1988
Carlos Boozer 16 2008, 2004
Kobe Bryant 16 2012, 2008
Kevin Durant 16 2016, 2012
Patrick Ewing 16 1992, 1984
Burdette Haldorson 16 1960, 1956
William Hougland 16 1956, 1952
Michael Jordan 16 1992, 1984
Jason Kidd 16 2008, 2000
Karl Malone 16 1996, 1992
Chris Mullin 16 1992, 1984
Chris Paul 16 2012, 2008
Gary Payton 16 2000, 1996
Scottie Pippen 16 1996, 1992
Mitch Richmond 16 1996, 1988
Dwyane Wade 16 2008, 2004
Deron Williams 16 2012, 2008
MOST POINTS:
Carmelo Anthony 336 (10.8) 2016, 1996, 1992, 1988
Kevin Durant 311 (19.4) 2016, 2012
LeBron James 273 (11.4) 2012, 2008, 2004
David Robinson 270 (11.3) 1996, 1992, 1988
Michael Jordan 256 (16.0) 1992, 1984
Charles Barkley 231 (15.4) 1996, 1992
Chris Mullin 196 (12.3) 1992, 1984
Dwyane Wade 186 (11.6) 2008, 2004
Karl Malone 171 (10.7) 1996, 1992
Scottie Pippen 170 (10.6) 1996, 1992
*MOST REBOUNDS:
Carmelo Anthony 125 (4.0) 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
David Robinson 124 (5.2) 1996, 1992, 1988
LeBron James 95 (4.0) 2012, 2008, 2004
Patrick Ewing 87 (5.4) 1992, 1984
Kevin Durant 86 (5.4) 2016, 2012
Charles Barkley 82 (5.5) 1996, 1992
Karl Malone 78 (4.9) 1996, 1992
Tim Duncan 73 (9.1) 2004
Kevin Garnett 73 (9.1) 2000
Carlos Boozer 64 (4.0) 2008, 2004
Jim Brewer 64 (7.1) 1972
*Rebounds have been kept as an official statistic since the 1972 Olympics.
*MOST FIELD GOALS MADE:
Carmelo Anthony 113 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
Michael Jordan 111 1992, 1984
Kevin Durant 101 2016, 2012
Charles Barkley 90 1996, 1992
LeBron James 78 2012, 2008, 2004
MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
Carmelo Anthony 262 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
Michael Jordan 223 1992, 1984
Kevin Durant 191 2016, 2012
LeBron James 188 2012, 2008, 2004
Kobe Bryant 174 2012, 2008
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
Chris Bosh .774 (24- 31) 2008
Dwight Howard .745 (35- 47) 2008
Charles Barkley .744 ( 90-121) 1996, 1992
DeAndre Jordan .742 (23-31) 2016
Spencer Haywood .719 ( 64- 89) 1986
Tyson Chandler .700 (14-20) 2012
Andre Iguodala .700 (14-20) 2012
Antonio McDyess .675 ( 27- 40) 2000
Alvin Robertson .650 ( 26- 40) 1984
Steve Alford .644 ( 38- 59) 1984
*Field goals attempted were not kept for the 1960, 1952, 1948, and 1936 Olympics.
*MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE:
Kevin Durant 59 2016, 2012
Carmelo Anthony 57 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
Kobe Bryant 34 2012, 2008
LeBron James 22 2012, 2008, 2004
Deron Williams 22 2012, 2008
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:
Carmelo Anthony 139 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
Kevin Durant 108 2016, 2012
Kobe Bryant 92 2012, 2008
LeBron James 58 2012, 2008, 2004
Deron Williams 56 2012, 2008
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*HIGHEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one attempt a game)
Hersey Hawkins .625 ( 5- 8) 1988
Allan Houston .600 (12-20) 2000
Andre Iguodala .556 ( 5-9) 2012
Kevin Durant .546 (59-108) 2016, 2012
Tayshaun Prince .545 ( 6-11) 2008
Chris Mullin .538 (14-26) 1992
Ray Allen .526 (10-19) 2000
Lamar Odom .500 ( 4- 8) 2004
Jason Kidd .500 ( 4- 8) 2000
Earvin Johnson .462 ( 6-13) 1992
*3-Point field goals have been an official statistic since the 1988 Olympics.
*MOST FREE THROWS MADE:
Carmelo Anthony 53 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
Kevin Durant 50 2016, 2012
David Robinson 50 1996, 1992, 1988
Dwyane Wade 42 2008, 2004
Charles Barkley 42 1996, 1992
*Free throws were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
*MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED:
Carmelo Anthony 71 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004
David Robinson 70 1996, 1992, 1988
Dwyane Wade 63 2008, 2004
Kevin Durant 59 2016, 2012
Charles Barkley 58 1996, 1992
Patrick Ewing 51 1992, 1984
HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:
(minimum of one made a game):
Ray Allen 1.000 (12-12) 2000
Dick Boushka 1.000 (10-10) 1956
Glynn Saulters 1.000 (10-10) 1968
Hersey Hawkins 1.000 ( 8- 8) 1988
Wayne Glasgow 1.000 ( 7- 7) 1952
Harrison Barnes 1.000 ( 4- 4) 2016
Bill Bradley .958 (23-24) 1964
Jimmy Butler .944 (17-18) 2016
Chris Paul .917 (22-24) 2012
Michael Sillman .917 (11-12) 1968
Robert Jeangerard .909 (10-11) 1956
James Walsh .905 (19-21) 1956
*Free throws attempted were not kept for the 1936 Olympics.
*MOST ASSISTS:
LeBron James 88 (3.7) 2012, 2008, 2004
Chris Paul 74 (4.6) 2012, 2008
Scottie Pippen 73 (4.6) 1996, 1992
Gary Payton 63 (3.9) 2000, 1996
Leon Wood 63 (7.9) 1984
Deron Williams 59 (3.7) 2012, 2008
Phil Ford 54 (9.0) 1976
Michael Jordan 54 (3.4) 1992, 1984
Chris Mullin 53 (3.3) 1992, 1984
Jason Kidd 51 (3.2) 2008, 2000
Kevin Durant 49 (3.1) 2016, 2012
*Assists have been kept as an official statistic since the 1976 Olympics.
*MOST BLOCKED SHOTS:
David Robinson 34 (1.4) 1996, 1992, 1988
Patrick Ewing 33 (2.1) 1992, 1984
Alonzo Mourning 14 (2.3) 2000
Michael Jordan 11 (0.7) 1992, 1984
LeBron James 10 (0.4) 2012, 2008, 2004
Tim Duncan 10 (1.3) 2004
DeAndre Jordanl 9 (1.1) 2016
Kevin Durant 9 (0.6) 2016, 2012
Shaquille O'Neal 8 (1.0) 1996
Dwight Howard 7 (0.9) 2008
Wayman Tisdale 7 (0.9) 1984
*Blocked shots have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.
*MOST STEALS:
Michael Jordan 49 (3.1) 1992, 1984
Chris Paul 38 (2.4) 2012, 2008
LeBron James 36 (1.5) 2012, 2008, 2004
Scottie Pippen 36 (2.3) 1996, 1992
Dwyane Wade 35 (2.2) 2008, 2004
Chris Mullin 28 (1.8) 1992, 1984
David Robinson 28 (1.2) 1996, 1992, 1988
Charles Barkley 27 (1.8) 1996, 1992
Kevin Durant 21 (1.3) 2016, 2012
Karl Malone 20 (1.3) 1996, 1992
Mitch Richmond 20 (1.3) 1996, 1988
*Steals have been kept as an official statistic since the 1984 Olympics.

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