USA Basketball photo recap: U.S.A. vs Argentina »

Sep 3, 2007 at 3:36 am | lebron-jamesusa-basketball

LeBron James put a record finish on the Americans’ dominance in the desert. James scored a team-record 31 points as the United States beat Argentina 118-81 on Sunday to win the FIBA Americas championship. James finished the tournament shooting 76 percent from the field – his percentage actually dropped from 76.5 after he made 11 of 15 shots. He was 8-of-11 from three-point range and also led the tournament in that category, hitting 62 per cent. James then hit four three-pointers in the third on his way to passing Anthony and Allen Iverson, who had both scored 28 points in an Olympic qualifying game. “You don’t like to single guys out, but LeBron’s performance today was one of the best ones in an international game that a U.S. player has had,” U.S. coach Mike Krzyzewski said. “He was big-time today.”

Source: fiba.com | From USA Basketball
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