The golden performance by the U.S. men marked a third-consecutive Olympic gold medal and the sixth title the past seven Olympics. Finishing 8-0, the men extended their Olympic winning streak to 25 games and an incredible all-time record of 138-5 in Olympic play. Featuring a roster that averaged 26.8 years of age, the 2016 team featured just two players - Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant - boasting of prior Olympic experience, while 10 players made their first appearance in the Summer Games. Anthony at the age of 32 became America’s first four-time Olympic male basketball player, and his four medals, which includes gold medal finishes in 2008, 2012 and 2016, are Olympic men’s basketball records as well. In winning gold, the United States' 15th Olympic men's basketball gold medal, the U.S. averaged a hearty 100.9 points a game and posted an average margin of victory of 22.5 points per game. USA coach Mike Krzyzewski in leading his 2016 squad to gold in Rio became the only basketball head coach to win three-consecutive Olympic gold medals. Between 2006-2016, the USA National Team under Coach K compiled an astounding 88-1 record.