Team USA falls to France in Olympics opener | SportsCenter

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Team USA falls to France in Olympics opener | SportsCenter

Tim Legler joins SportsCenter to discuss Team USA men’s basketball falling to France 83-76 in the Olympics opener. France handed Team USA their 1st loss in the Olympics since 2004.

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