Team USA has passed the first four tests of its warm-up stage.
It decimated Dominican Republic (113-59), survived Brazil (80-69), crushed Great Britain (118-78) and beat Argentina (86-80).
However, the biggest challenge still awaits—Spain in Barcelona tonight.
The Spanish are currently second in the FIBA World Rankings. They have shown the ability to compete with the United States before, as they were a few timely buckets away from winning the gold-medal game at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Both Team USA and Spain have rosters loaded with stars. The game will likely be decided on which team's top players step up and deliver the most.
Knowing this, here are the best players in tonight's anticipated contest.