USA Men's National Team All-Time Results

  • Date:
    Mar 30, 2015

Past USA Basketball National Teams featuring NBA elite talents have compiled many impressive statistics and records. Since first fielding in 1992 a team of legendary NBA stars, a team which was quickly tagged as the 'Dream Team,' USA Basketball Men's National Teams have competed in 16 international basketball competitions and compiled an impressive 126-7 record (94.7 winning percentage), while posting a record of 46-1 in exhibition games.

Of all the wins and all the records established by these teams, no statistic has been more followed than the margin of victory.

The famed 1992 team won its eight Olympic games by an average of 43.8 points. The same squad in its six Olympic qualifying games won by 51.5 points a game. In the 1994 World Championship, the USA won its eight games by 37.7 points a game. At the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, the U.S. posted an average margin of victory of 32.3 points in its eight wins. In 1999 at the Olympic Qualifying Tournament, the United States went 10-0 while compiling an average margin of victory of 31.6 ppg. During the 2000 Olympics, the American team won its eight games by an average of 21.6 points per game, and the 2001 USA Goodwill Games Team won its five outings by 36.2 points a game. At the 2002 FIBA World Championship, despite finishing 6-3, the U.S. squad still outscored its opponents by 16.9 ppg., and at the 2003 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament, the USA won its 10 games by 30.9 ppg. During the 2004 Olympics in Athens the U.S. finished 5-3 and its average margin of victory was 4.6 points a game. The USA squad went 8-1 at the 2006 FIBA World Championship and posted a 20.5 ppg. margin of victory. The USA finished 10-0 at the FIBA Americas Championship 2007 and won by an average margin of 39.5 ppg., and in winning gold at the 2008 Olympics the U.S. finished 8-0 and won by an average of 27.9 ppg. Rolling to a perfect 9-0 record at the 2010 FIBA World Championship in Turkey, the USA won by an average of 24.6 ppg., and in compiling an 8-0 record and claiming gold at the 2012 London Olympics, the U.S. posted an average margin of victory of 32.1 points a game. The USA repeated as the FIBA World Cup champion in 2014 and won its nine games by an average of 33.0 points a game.

The largest margin of victory in a single game for a USA National Team is 83 points and was done in the 2012 London Olympics on Aug. 2, 2012, when the Americans defeated Nigeria 156-73. The USA's 156 points also established an Olympic single game mark for most points scored by any team in Olympic history. On June 28, 1992, in the very first game featuring NBA stars in USA Basketball's red, white and blue uniforms, the USA Basketball 'Dream Team' in its first game of the 1992 Tournament of the Americas in Portland, Oregon, romped past Cuba 136-57 for a 79-point victory.

USA MEN'S NATIONAL TEAMS ALL-TIME RESULTS (126-7)

2014 USA World Cup Results (9-0)
+37 USA 129, Serbia 92
+28 USA 96, Lithuania 68
+43 USA 119, Slovenia 76
+23 USA 86, Mexico 63
+24 USA 95, Ukraine 71
+35 USA 106, Dominican Republic 71
+27 USA 98, New Zealand 71
+21 USA 98, Turkey 71
+59 USA 114, Finland 55
+33.0 points for its nine games
2012 USA Olympic Results (8-0)
+27 USA 98, France 71
+47 USA 110, Tunisia 63
+83 USA 156, Nigeria 73
+5 USA 99, Lithuania 94
+29 USA 126, Argentina 97
+33 USA 119, Australia 86
+26 USA 109, Argentina 83
+7 USA 107, Spain 100
+32.1 points for its eight games
2010 USA World Championship Results (9-0)
+17 USA 81, Turkey 64
+15 USA 89, Lithuania 74
+10 USA 89 Russia 79
+55 USA 121, Angola 66
+35 USA 92, Tunisia 57
+37 USA 88, Iran 51
+2 USA 70, Brazil 68
+22 USA 99, Slovenia 77
+28 USA 106, Croatia 78
+24.6 points for its nine games
2008 USA Olympic Results (8-0)
+11 USA 118, Spain 107
+20 USA 101, Argentina 81
+31 USA 116, Australia 85
+49 USA 106, Germany 57
+37 USA 119, Spain 82
+23 USA 92, Greece 69
+21 USA 97, Angola 76
+31 USA 101, China 70
+27.9 points for its eight games
2007 USA FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Results (10-0)
+37 USA 118, Argentina 81
+44 USA 135, Puerto Rico 91
+15 USA 91, Argentina 76
+39 USA 118, Uruguay 79
+39 USA 117, Puerto Rico 78
+27 USA 127, Mexico 100
+37 USA 113, Brazil 76
+50 USA 113, Canada 63
+64 USA 123, U.S. Virgin Islands 59
+43 USA 112, Venezuela 69
+39.5 points for its 10 games
2006 USA World Championship Results (8-1)
+15 USA 96, Argentina 81
- 6 Greece 101, USA 95
+20 USA 85, Germany 65
+30 USA 113, Australia 73
+45 USA 103, Senegal 58
+ 9 USA 94, Italy 85
+19 USA 114, Slovenia 95
+31 USA 121, China 90
+11 USA 111, Puerto Rico 100
+20.5 points for its 10 games
2004 USA Olympic Results (5-3)
+ 8 USA 104, Lithuania 96
- 8 Argentina 89, USA 81
+ 8 USA 102, Spain 94
+36 USA 89, Angola 53
- 4 Lithuania 94, USA 90
+10 USA 89, Australia 79
+ 6 USA 77, Greece 71
-19 Puerto Rico 92. USA 73
+4.6 points for its eight games
2003 USA FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Results (10-0)
+33 USA 106, Argentina 73
+16 USA 87, Puerto Rico 71
+26 USA 91, Puerto Rico 65
+27 USA 96, Mexico 69
+ 8 USA 94, Argentina 86
+40 USA 111, Canada 71
+58 USA 113, Virgin Islands 55
+29 USA 98, Venezuela 69
+38 USA 111, Dominican Republic 73
+34 USA 110, Brazil 76
+30.9 points for its 10 games
2002 USA World Championship Results (6-3)
+50 USA 110, Algeria 60
+17 USA 104, Germany 87
+19 USA 84, China 65
+24 USA 106, Russia 82
+48 USA 110, New Zealand 62
- 7 Argentina 87, USA 80
- 3 Yugoslavia 81, USA 78
+10 USA 84, Puerto Rico 74
- 5 Spain 81, USA 76
+16.9 points for its nine games
2001 USA Goodwill Games Results (5-0)
+74 USA 132, Mexico 58
+30 USA 97, Argentina 67
+41 USA 111, Cuba 70
+ 8 USA 106, Brazil 98 (1 OT)
+28 USA 91, Argentina 63
+36.2 points for its five games
2000 USA Olympic Results (8-0)
+47 USA 119, China 72
+32 USA 93, Italy 61
+ 9 USA 85, Lithuania 76
+46 USA 102, New Zealand 56
+12 USA 106, France 94
+15 USA 85, Russia 70
+ 2 USA 85, Lithuania 83
+10 USA 85, France 75
+21.6 points for its eight games
1999 USA FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Results (10-0)
+46 USA 118, Uruguay 72
+34 USA 94, Canada 60
+31 USA 103, Argentina 72
+36 USA 88, Cuba 52
+36 USA 107, Dominican Republic 71
+17 USA 90, Brazil 73
+22 USA 83, Venezuela 61
+39 USA 115, Puerto Rico 76
+29 USA 88, Argentina 59
+26 USA 92, Canada 66
+31.6 points for its 10 games
1996 USA Olympic Results (8-0)
+28 USA 96, Argentina 68
+33 USA 87, Angola 54
+22 USA 104, Lithuania 82
+63 USA 133, China 70
+31 USA 102, Croatia 71
+23 USA 98, Brazil 75
+28 USA 101, Australia 73
+26 USA 95, Yugoslavia 69
+32.3 points for its eight games
1994 USA World Championship Results (8-0)
+15 USA 115, Spain 100
+55 USA 132, China 77
+23 USA 105, Brazil 82
+56 USA 130, Australia 74
+51 USA 134, Puerto Rico 83
+17 USA 111, Russia 94
+39 USA 97, Greece 58
+46 USA 137, Russia 91
+ 37.7 points for its eight games
1992 USA Olympic Results (8-0)
+68 USA 116, Angola 48
+33 USA 103, Croatia 70
+43 USA 111, Germany 68
+44 USA 127, Brazil 83
+41 USA 122, Spain 81
+38 USA 115, Puerto Rico 77
+51 USA 127, Lithuania 76
+32 USA 117, Croatia 85
+43.8 points for its eight games
1992 USA Tournament of the Americas Results (6-0)
+79 USA 136, Cuba 57
+44 USA 105, Canada 61
+60 USA 112, Panama 52
+41 USA 128, Argentina 87
+38 USA 119, Puerto Rico 81
+47 USA 127, Venezuela 80
+51.5 points for its six games

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