FIBA World Cup: United States cruises past Greece with balanced effort; Luka Dončić scores 34 points in Slovenia's blowout win

The United States booked its ticket to the second round of the FIBA World Cup with a 28-point win over Greece on Monday. The Americans took a four-point lead after the first quarter and never relented in the easy 109-81 win.

The U.S. clinched first place in its group with the win, securing its spot in the second round.

More interesting than the win, perhaps, was the balanced performance. All but one of the team’s 12 players saw at least 13 minutes of action and nine scored at least six points.Los Angeles Lakers guard Austin Reaves led the team with 15 […]

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