United States thrashes China in tuneup
NEW YORK -- Short on size, the United States showed off a surplus of speed.
Danny Granger scored 22 points and the Americans sprinted past China 98-51 in a scrimmage Saturday at Madison Square Garden.
On a day they gave their strongest hint yet that they're prepared to take only one center to the world championships, the Americans were credited with a 32-4 advantage in fast-break points.
"We're the fastest team, I think, in the world, so we've got to use that to our advantage," ...
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