Team USA put on a shooting clinic yesterday evening, routing the Nigeria in a fashion that we all expected and hoped for. Their offensive ball movement is improving and they're growing more comfortable with each other, which is good; the heavy hitters are on their way.
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Ziller runs down some of the most eye-popping stats from yesterday's game. If Carmelo Anthony had played at that pace in a regular season game he would have scored 90 points.
ClipsNation's Steve Perrin writes about how the point guard position has transformed international competition. Given that Perrin just got an up-close look at Chris Paul, he knows of what he speaks.
It was only a matter of time before the TBJ guys got ahold of this one.
Make no mistake, the women's beach volleyball team of Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh-Jennings are arguably the best female duo in Olympic history. Of course James Harden was involved. Of course.
BlazersEdge's own Ben Golliver stops by the HS crew to chat about what's been going on in the northwest.
Ray Allen's signing with the Heat left many Boston fans frustrated and angry, so it is to coach Doc Rivers' credit that he is willing to state that he had to make the tough call that probably alienated Allen to the point of no return.
(Sorry, Jeff Green)