The United States men's basketball team beat the Dominican Republic in a tune-up for the 2012 Summer Olympics, and it wasn't even close. The final score came to the tune of 113-59. Kevin Durant led the way with 24 points and ten rebounds, Andre Iguodala added 19 points, Carmelo Anthony chipped in 13, Deron Williams dished 10 assists.
Neither Chris Paul nor Kobe Bryant had distinguishable nights, and Russell Westbrook had six points. Kevin Love really had a good night though, draining several threes and finishing with 11 points overall. The big news of the day is probably
The United States moves on to face Brazil in Washington D.C., then proceeds to face Great Britain in Manchester, England before concluding their pre-Olympic tour in Barcelona by facing both Spain and Italy.
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