It started well for Spain, as they were extra-passing Team USA to death. Unlike most deaths, this was not so permanent, as Team USA came roaring back thanks to some scalding Carmelo Anthony shooting. By halftime, the Americans were up by eight. By mid third quarter, the game was over in all but technicality. LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony both went 10-15 as the Spanish defense looked helpless to stop the onslaught. None of this surprised me, even if I expected a better effort from the Iberians. I was mostly fixated on how Mike Krzyzewski declined to use Anthony Davis in a time of need. Tyson Chandler picked up three fouls in the first half, a situation that begged for Davis’ inclusion.