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Basketball: Coach K Gets Perfect Send-Off With Serbia Rout

U.S. men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski ended his national team career on a high note as Team USA overpowered Serbia at the Rio Games for their third straight Olympic gold medal.

Basketball: U.S. Wins Third Straight Gold in Men's Final

The United States won their third straight gold medal in men's Olympic basketball, hammering Serbia 96-66 in the final at the Rio Games on Sunday.

Basketball: Spain Edge Australia for Bronze in Thriller

Spain beat Australia 89-88 in a thrilling clash to take bronze in the Olympic men's basketball tournament on Sunday and bring home a medal from a third straight Games.

Basketball: Four Golds in Hand, American Trio May Say Farewell

Three American women made history on Saturday by tying the Olympic record for the most golds in basketball at four. Chances are they won't be back for the record-breaking fifth.

Basketball-U.S. Win Sixth Consecutive Gold in Women's Final

The United States won their sixth consecutive gold medal in women's Olympic basketball on Saturday, defeating Spain 101-72 in the final.

Basketball-Serbia Celebrate Women's Bronze as if It Were Gold

Serbia's women go home with their first Olympic basketball medal after winning the bronze in a hard-fought 70-63 victory over France on Saturday, a conquest the coach likened to climbing Mount Everest without oxygen.

Australian Athletes Released by Police After Agreeing to Fine

Several Australian Olympic athletes were released by Brazilian police on Saturday after agreeing to pay a fine for entering the basketball arena to watch a semi-final game between Australia and Serbia without proper accreditation, a team official said.

Basketball: U.S. and Serbia to Clash in David and Goliath Final

Basketball superpower the United States will face Serbia on Sunday in an Olympic men's basketball David and Goliath gold medal final that will bring down the curtain on the Rio Games.

DeAndre Jordan Comes Up Quietly on Team USA

DeAndre Jordan may not have been the starting center when Team USA arrived in Rio but the lowest drafted player among his Olympic teammates is the reason they will be playing for a third consecutive gold medal.

Men’s Basketball: Spain Makes U.S.A. Sweat, but Just a Little

Klay Thompson broke out of his slump to lead the Americans, who advance to the gold medal game on Sunday.

Basketball-U.S. Down Spain to Reach Men's Gold Medal Final

The United States continued their reign over Spain with a grinding 82-76 win on Friday to put them through to the gold medal final of the men's basketball tournament for a third straight Olympics.

Basketball: U.S. Women Seek Sixth Gold With a Win Over Spain

The United States women's basketball team will be out to prove their credentials as one of the Olympics' great sporting dynasties on Saturday when they take on Spain in the gold-medal final.

NBA Moves All-Star Game to New Orleans Over Transgender Law: AP

The NBA has awarded its 2017 All-Star Game to New Orleans, the Associated Press reported on Friday, a month after removing it from Charlotte, North Carolina, to protest a state law forcing transgender people to use public restrooms matching their gender assigned at birth.

AP Source: NBA Chooses New Orleans for 2017 All-Star Game

A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that the NBA has decided to hold the 2017 All-Star Game in New Orleans.

Basketball: U.S. Answers Critics With Blowout Win Over Argentina

The United States reaffirmed their status as gold medal favorites on Wednesday with a devastating 105-78 defeat of Argentina to storm into the semi-finals of the Olympic men's basketball tournament.

Basketball-Spain Get Their Groove Back Against France

Spain steamrolled over European rivals France on Wednesday with a convincing 92-67 win that could quiet concerns that the veteran team were past their prime as they head to the men's Olympic basketball semi-finals.

Basketball: Spain, U.S. Set for a Sizzling Semi-Final

The United States and Spain finally lived up to expectations, posting blowout wins on Wednesday to reach the semi-finals of the Olympic men's basketball tournament as France and Argentina lost much more than a game.

LeBron Envies Team USA at Rio Games

LeBron James opted not to play for Team USA at the Rio Games but the greatest player of his generation said he misses the Olympic stage and has left the door open to joining the national squad at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Basketball: No Gold but Plenty of Golden Moments for Parker

There will be no golden end to Tony Parker's international career, nor silver or bronze either after France bowed out of the Olympic men's basketball tournament with a whimper on Wednesday falling 92-67 to Spain.

Basketball: U.S. Women Rout Japan to Reach Semi-Finals

The United States steamrolled to their 47th straight Olympic win routing Japan 110-64 on Tuesday to reach the semi-finals of the women's basketball tournament and a step closer to a sixth consecutive gold medal.

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