Manchester, England – Deron Williams and Carmelo Anthony both had 19 points to help Team USA handle Great Britain, 118-78, in Thursday's exhibition game at Manchester Arena.
Russell Westbrook added 15 points and eight assists in the victory. LeBron James and Kevin Durant donated 14 and 13 points, respectively.
The U.S. shot a sizzling 60.3 percent from the field and went 11-of-24 from beyond the arc.
"The chemistry is getting better and better with each game and each practice," James said. "We are taking full advantage of every opportunity we get together. So, you know, it's looking good right now."
Luol Deng ended with 25 points for Great Britain. Pops Mensa-Bonsu tallied 12 points and eight rebounds.
Great Britain turned the ball over 27 times, leading to 33 points for Team USA.
Since the Dream Team debuted in 1992 with legendary NBA stars, the U.S. has gone 40-1 in exhibition games.
The U.S. will resume its five-game exhibition schedule on Sunday by playing Argentina at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain. Team USA's first game at the Olympics is July 29 vs. France.