Posted Jul 31, 2012By
LONDON—LeBron James and Kobe Bryant took a seat, then the U.S. Olympic basketball team took control.
The Americans got their expected blowout and fans got the show they came to see in the 110-63 win over Tunisia, but only after U.S. coach Mike Krzyzewski started his reserves to open the second half after a lackluster first 20 minutes.
Finally pulling away behind the second unit’s impressive second-half start, the Americans had six players in double figures and improved to 2-0 in the tournament.
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