Inexperienced Team USA embraces FIBA shot

Inexperienced Team USA embraces FIBA shot

A lack of worldwide star power has some believing Team USA is vulnerable at the FIBA World Cup, but coach Steve Kerr and the players are eager for the opportunity to pursue a sixth title.


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