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The U.S. men’s basketball team continues to welcome the Olympic warm-up match, while the opponent is Argentina. As the absolute core of this American men’s basketball team, Kevin Durant played for 24 minutes, making 6 of 9 shots, scoring 17 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists. The United States won the first warm-up game with a 108-80 victory over Argentina.

Previously, the U.S. men’s basketball team lost to Nigeria and Australia in the two games before the warm-up match, rarely suffered two consecutive losses. Durant played mediocre, and in both games was the opponent’s big hat.

Today’s game, the U.S. team came up aggressive. Durant made a good start for the team by scoring three points. Since then, Durant guard inside, prevent Scola’s turn hook. Looking back, Durant received a pass from his teammates and scored another three points on the flank. Durant led his teammates to rain three points, and the U.S. team started with a 15-4 attack wave. In the first quarter of 3:42, Adebayor threw out a long pass, Durant quickly took the ball and made a snap, wantonly venting the depression of the previous two consecutive defeats.

The U.S. team quickly built a double-digit lead. In the second half of the second quarter, Durant returned to the game, forced a three-point shot to make a foul and made 2-3 penalty. Since then, Durant sent a wonderful pass, assist Raven staged two hands slam dunk. Durant dribbled in at the end of the half-time and made a difficult mid shot in the face of Scola. After half-time, Durant scored 14 points and 5 rebounds.

Yi Bian fought again, Durant continued to feel hot, then Lillard’s pass continued three points, expanding the lead to 21 points. Today, death finally came with a sickle.

Since then, the U.S. men’s basketball team has been playing more smoothly, and Argentina has never been able to organize an effective counter attack.

At the end of the game, there is no suspense about the outcome. Durant also finally enjoyed a three quarter clock out treatment, sitting on the sidelines to watch the fourth quarter. Finally, the United States won 108-80 over Argentina, ushering in the first win of the warm-up.

By Ethan