FIBA World Championships 2010: 10 Things We Learned From First U.S. Win

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FIBA World Championships 2010: 10 Things We Learned From First U.S. Win

Head coach Mike Krzyzewski and the United States basketball team are looking to make a statement this year at the FIBA World Championships.

Granted, the U.S. hasn’t won at the FIBA World Championships since 1994; but now that they are being led by the greatest coach in the history of sports, Team USA will be looking to bring home another gold in 2010.

Coach K and his young yet talented group of NBA players are already making some noise this year, routing Croatia 106-78 in the preliminary round game today.

Team USA will play Slovenia tomorrow at 9 a.m. EST before facing Brazil on Monday.

With all that in mind, let’s quickly take a look at 10 things we learned from the first U.S. win at the 2010 FIBA Championships.

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