Krzyzewski didn't quibble with the NBA 2K17 MT Coins behind those shots but 

 

felt there was room for improvement in execution. Because FIBA rules 

 

shave a foot-and-a-half off the arc's distance, players can get 

 

lured by that siren song.

"When we started the game, that's all we wanted to do. We took the 

 

shot without movement," the coach said. "Again I want them to shoot 

 

obviously, they can shoot. But it would be good if we had some 

 

movement when we were doing it. And getting a team rhythm doing it."

That came in the second half, when Team USA went 9-for-20, led by 

 

Carmelo Anthony's 4-for-4 after halftime. Durant also drained a 

 

pair.

"In London, our two leading scorers were KD and Carmelo," Krzyzewski 

 

said. "And they shot, total, over 50 percent from the 3-point line. 

 

We feel good about our shooting. ... Just so we have a little rhythm 

 

going into it. That helps."

They've got a little rhythm going into a pair of games against 

 

China's national team Sunday in Los Angeles and Tuesday in Oakland.