RODEZ, France -- For the first time during the FIBA U17 World Championships the American team came storming out of the gates. Ball movement and shots in the flow of the game lead to the U.S. team finding its rhythm early and often, and ultimately a 114-57 win over Canada.
"Mentally we broke down a little bit and they hit some tough shots," Canadian head coach Jacqueline Lavallee said.
The U.S. is a team that as soon as you make one mistake they are going to punish ...
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