United States Wins Gold in FIBA World Cup

The United States Men’s National Team completed a dominating performance at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain on Sunday by defeating Serbia 129-92.

As you can see above, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving paced the team with 26 points. The 37-point victory represented the United States’ ninth 20-plus point victory in as many games. The team averaged nearly 105 points per game in the two-week tournament.

Irving, who led the team in scoring on Sunday, was named MVP.

During the tournament, James Harden led the team in scoring at 14.2 points per game, while Klay Thompson came in second at 12.7 points per outing.

It’s the United States second consecutive FIBA World Cub Gold Medal and their 33rd gold in the history of international basketball tournaments, which includes the Olympics.

It’s Mike Krzyzewski’s fourth international gold medal as the head coach of the national team.

Here are some photos from the official USA Basketball Twitter account.

Photo: BBC America