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Topic - Tony Skinn
The Americans are big and bad as advertised, romping through their first two games at the London Olympics by an average of 37 points, even without playing their best basketball.
Tony Skinn's career had a promising enough start.
"A lot of people might not have imagined them being here," Skinn said. "Having been under his watch, I can see it. He's such a good coach, such a good motivator. You see how much he gives to it, you have to do the same. You have to give him the same thing he's giving you."
"They're the best players in the world, obviously. It's no secret, but we're competitors. I know I am, so doesn't really make a difference," Skinn said. "I'm going to go out there and play the best basketball I can. We obviously have to play smart. You can't make very many mistakes against a team like that, so we've got to cut down on our turnovers"