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.