Panic or Patience: How concerning is Team USA’s loss to France? | The Jump

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Panic or Patience: How concerning is Team USA’s loss to France? | The Jump

Marc J. Spears and Tim MacMahon join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to discuss whether it is time to panic or have patience for Team USA after their 83-76 loss to France in the Tokyo Olympics opener.

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