Chart: Five greatest individual efforts for Team USA men's basketball
- August 13, 2012 - 12:12 AM
IT'S A TEAM GAME, BUT FIVE INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS STAND OUT
 LEBRON JAMES PICKS UP SLACK vs. Lithuania
James scored nine points in the final 3:58 to lead Team USA past pesky Lithuania 99-94.
 KEVIN DURANT SCORES AN EFFICIENT 28 vs. Argentina
Durant was 8-for-10 from behind the three-point line and took only 12 shots and four free throws to score his 28 points.
 KOBE BRYANT'S 20 IN SECOND HALF vs. Australia
Bryant torched the Australians for 20 second-half points in a 119-86 victory.
 LEBRON JAMES' TRIPLE-DOUBLE vs. Australia
James recorded the first triple-double in Team USA's storied history in the Olympics. James' final line was 11 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists.
 CARMELO ANTHONY DROPS IN 37 POINTS vs. Nigeria
Despite playing only 14 1/2 minutes, Anthony scored by far the most points by a single player in Team USA history in the Olympics. He shot 10-for-12 from behind the three-point line in helping lead the United States to an 83-point victory over the Nigerians.
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