There is ‘no excuse’ for Team USA’s loss to France – Brian Windhorst | SportsCenter

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There is ‘no excuse’ for Team USA’s loss to France – Brian Windhorst | SportsCenter

Brian Windhorst joins SportsCenter to discuss Team USA men’s basketball falling 83-76 to France in the Tokyo Olympics opener, making this Team USA’s first loss in the Olympics since 2004.

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