LONDON - It was a record-setting blowout performance by Team USA in routing Nigeria 156-73, the most points ever scored by a team.
Anthony Davis finished with 9 points, all in the 2nd half.
Davis attempted to enter the game in the 1st half but realized he wasn't wearing his jersey under his warmup.
Carmelo Anthony is the new Olympic single-game scoring champ with 37, easily beating the 31 points scored by Stephon Marbury in 2004.
The Americans finished 29 of 46 behind the arc, easily surpassing the 13 3-pointers they made in the 2008 gold-medal game. Anthony was torrid beyond the arc, hitting 10 of 12 three's.
Russell Westbrook added 21 points in an awesome performance that saw the Americans make 11 3-pointers in the first quarter.