The USA Men's Basketball Team on August 10, 2008. The men's national basketball team of the United States won the gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. They qualified for the Olympics by winning the 2007 FIBA American Championship held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The team was nicknamed the " Redeem Team ", a play on an alternative name for the legendary 1992 squad that was called the "Dream Team", and a reference to the fact that the United States came away with disappointing ...
Team and Opponent Stats Table; Team G MP FG FGA FG% 3P 3PA 3P% 2P 2PA 2P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS; Team: 8: 106.3: Opp: 8: 78.4
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USA Basketball at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games This page includes information about the ...
Of the 12 players selected for the 2008 Olympic team, six were part of the 2006 USA Basketball Men's World Championship Team, and eight were part of the 2007 FIBA Americas Championship that qualified the U.S. for the 2008 Olympics. Three players - Anthony, Howard and James, were members of both teams.
The USA defeated Australia 92-65 in the 2008 gold medal contest, marking the third-straight time the two women’s basketball powers had met in the Olympic final. Lisa Leslie became USA Basketball’s first athlete, male or female, to win four-straight Olympic gold medals (1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008).
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Who won the basketball Olympics in 2008? United States. Who won 3 gold medals in 2008 Olympics? Additionally there were ties for a silver medal and two bronze medals. A total of 1,881 individual athletes won medals. Chinese athletes won the most gold medals with 48 (100 total), and the United States won the most total medals with 112 (including 36 gold). Who was on the Redeem Team?
USA Basketball Team Results at the 2008 Olympic Games This list has all the results from the games played by the USA National Team in the basketball tournament of the 2008 Olympics with stages, dates, scores, boxscores and more.
United States: 67 B1 United States: 104 A4 South Korea: 60 B1 United States: 92 A1 Australia: 65 B2 China: 77 A3 Belarus: 62 B2 China: 56 Bronze medal game A1 Australia: 90 A1 Australia: 79: A2 Russia: 94 B4 Czech Republic: 46 B2 China: 81