How did the US mens basketball team do in the 2012 Olympics?

How did the US mens basketball team do in the 2012 Olympics?

The 2012 version of the U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball Team was an electrifying, high-octane scoring team. An 8-0 record, a second consecutive Olympic gold medal showing, and an average margin of victory of 32.1 points a game, were just some of the impressive numbers the men compiled in London. 2012 U.S. RESULTS (8-0) 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES

When was the draw for the Olympics for men’s basketball?

The teams with the four best records qualified for the knockout stage, which was a single-elimination tournament. The semifinal winners contested for the gold medal, while the losers played for the bronze medal. The draw for the groups of the men’s tournament was made on 30 April 2012.

When did the US mens basketball team win the gold medal?

The men’s national basketball team of the United States won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Defending the gold medal won by the 2008 team in the previous Olympic Games, the Americans qualified for the 2012 Games after winning the 2010 FIBA World Championship. The Olympic team lost some players to injuries who might…

Is there a basketball team in the Olympics?

The National Olympic Committees may enter up to one 12-player men’s team and up to one 12-player women’s team. Initially, basketball was the only team sport in which the host country was not automatically awarded a team in the tournament.

Are there any highlights from the RBC Basketball Tournament?

2019 Highlights All RBC games are filmed with 2 cameras and uploaded to This gives RBC staff a way to track team and player stats for the season, as well as player development goals. After each tournament coaches will analyze film, enter stats, and create highlights for all teams.

What does RBC do for the Canadian Olympics?

RBC is dedicated to helping Canadian athletes succeed both in sport and in life. Recruited to work as ambassadors, Olympic and Para athletes gain valuable work experience while helping to bring the Olympic message to communities across Canada.