I like the way our team is constructed. Its like they knew that they weren't going to be able to get most of the top wing talent and instead decided to stack the frontcourt, the coaching staff deserves some credit for changing their sets as much as they did.
Jordan was unguardeble to Zhuo Qi. Hard to draw too many conclusions other than the fact the he's probably this generation's most automatic lob target. Imo his best attribute is his incredible durability for such a high flyer.
Cousins and Kyrie had no match. They just recognise that they are within scoring range and take the points. Both are the type that should put up consecutive buckets to put other teams out of games.
Klay is the only player that we really "need". As good as we are having Klay offer consistent 3 point shooting will account for any wasted possessions by overly aggressive play(plays which we should be trying of course.)
Derozan is such a luxury and Lowry is probably better than any non U.S. point guard in the tournament. The small ball line up that features the two of them seems to gas the opponents who have been dealing with Jordan -Cousins all day up until then.
Somewhat surprised George is a backup but I guess Durant had something to do with that. Looking forward to the tournament though I doubt any of the games are even competitive. The Team USA coaching staff seems to have figured out whatever the early 2000 team forgot.
Edit: Proofreading, oops.