Andre Iguodala, USA Basketball Beat Dominican Republic 113-59

This was a cruise-fest for the United States in their first tune-up before the Olympic Games. The United States easily handled the Dominican Republic 113-59 in a game that was over by halftime.

Surprisingly, it was Andre Iguodala providing a great deal of the scoring punch with 19 points off the bench. Iguodala spent much of the night spotting up and nailing wide-open three pointers from the corner, usually facing no real threat. The former Arizona Wildcat was the second-leading scorer on the night, trailing Kevin Durant who was stroking it from three point land.

James Harden had a quieter game, although he did have a few nice moves in the fourth quarter when the game was all but over. The United States now moves on to face Brazil in their final tune-up stateside before heading over to Europe.

For more on the Sun Devils, visit House of Sparky. For more on the Wildcats, Arizona Desert Swarm has you covered. For more on the 2012 London Olympics, visit SB Nation's dedicated Olympics hub.

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