The USA Men's Olympic Basketball team hits the hardwood once again, after winning in dominant fashion in their first action of 2012.
Team USA will face Brazil on Monday night in their second exhibition game. Tip-off is set for 8 p.m. ET at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C.
They defeated the Dominican Republic 113-59 on Thursday in the team's first action since the roster was finalized. Kevin Durant led the U.S. by going 9-11 from the field and scoring a game-high 24 points. Deron Williams also dished out 10 assists in just 22 minutes.
Brazil comes into this matchup with a few NBA players on its roster. The Spurs Tiago Splitter, the Cavaliers Anderson Varejao, the Wizards Nene and free agent Leandro Barbosa, formerly of the Pacers, are all on the team. All four were productive players this past year, averaging at least 9.3 points per game.
Brazil is ranked 13th in the world, according to FIBA's rankings. They recently beat 3rd ranked Argentina 91-75.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN 2. If you can't get to a television, you can watch a free online live stream on espn3.com.
PREDICTION: Even without facing another team, the U.S. looked unstoppable on Thursday. With a game under their belts, they should play even better on Monday. Brazil is better than the Dominican Republic, so it won't be as much of a blowout, but Team USA should roll to another easy victory.
PREDICTED SCORE: USA 107, Brazil 82