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Davis Leads U.S. Romp

Thanks to Anthony Davis and a big third quarter, the U.S. routs Slovenia 101-71 in its final tune-up. Box score | Hang Time: Davis leads foul-plagued rout | Top 5 plays | More USAB coverage

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Check out the top five plays from USA's win over Slovenia.

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1 Indiana 56 26
2 Miami 54 28
3 Toronto 48 34
4 Chicago 48 34
5 Washington 44 38
6 Brooklyn 44 38
7 Charlotte 43 39
8 Atlanta 38 44
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4 Houston 54 28
5 Portland 54 28
6 Golden State 51 31
7 Memphis 50 32
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