Olympic Basketball 2012: U.S Women Stat Leaders from Pre-London Exhibition Tour

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Olympic Basketball 2012: U.S Women Stat Leaders from Pre-London Exhibition Tour
Greg Smith-US PRESSWIRE

After three exhibition games, the U.S. Olympic women's basketball team has been arguably more dominant than the men's team.

While the men have sparked controversy over whether or not they could beat the 1992 Dream Team since Kobe Bryant claimed they could, the women's team has been letting their play say it all—and they've been flawless.

Winning by an average of 31.7 points per game, the women have yet to be challenged. When the men's team won by just 11 points over Brazil, the women won by 32.

Let's take an in-depth look at the clear favorite to win gold during the London Games on the women's side.

*Note: All exhibition stats courtesy USA Basketball.

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