Who is most to blame for Team USA’s loss vs. France at the Tokyo Olympics? | First Take

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Who is most to blame for Team USA’s loss vs. France at the Tokyo Olympics? | First Take

The First Take crew reacts to Team USA’s 83-76 loss against France at the Tokyo Olympics, marking Team USA’s first Olympic loss since 2004.

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