The U.S. men's basketball team looked like a collection of high-jump competitors on Tuesday night, as the Americans threw down plenty of exciting dunks on Tunisia en route to an easy victory in London, 110-73

LeBron James finished with just five points, but had a second-quarter dunk that electrified the crowd.

Carmelo Anthony was particularly strong, scoring 16 point off of six-of-six shooting. The New York Knicks forward also grabbed two rebounds

Anthony Davis had two thundering dunks in the third quarter, and the top pick in the 2012 NBA Draft finished with 12 points, mostly off alley oops.

The Americans took control of the game in the second half. The U.S. were 15-of-18 field goal shooting in the third quarter. Unlike their last game against France, the U.S. shot the ball well after 40 minutes. Against Tunisia, the U.S. shot ??? from the field.

Tunisia gave the U.S. some trouble in the first half, as the African squad were within six points after the first quarter, and only 13 at the half. Despite the lopsided loss, Tunisia played with enthusiasm

Ben Romdhane was a key member for Tunisia. The 23-year-old scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

The U.S. faces Nigeria on Thursday.