Team USA has been getting some great defense from almost every player, especially from Tamika Catchings and Angel McCoughtry.
Both Catchings and McCoughtry have racked up a dozen steals in the three games that they've played, averaging 4.0 per game.
Catchings has averaged 2.4 steals per game during her career, and is taking advantage of some poor guard play and ball protection during the Olympic exhibition games.
McCoughtry, on the other hand, has averaged 2.2 per game over her career, but brought that up to 3.2 per game during the 2012 WNBA season.
A former WNBA Rookie of the Year, McCoughtry has never played in the Olympics before, but looks to make the most of her trip to London.
The story couldn't be more different for Catchings, as this is her third Games and she has also played in the FIBA World Championship three times, earning two golds (2002, 2010) and one bronze (2006).
She's had a lot of experience on the international stage, and the only similarity between her and McCoughtry is that they both want to win an Olympic gold in London.
Top Three Performers
|Position ||Player ||RPG
|T-1 ||Tamika Catchings |
|T-1 || |
|3 ||Maya Moore |