Kevin Durant dominates list of highest-scoring Dream Team games

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But he doesn't hold the record for Team USA's highest individual scoring performance during an Olympic game.

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Neither do Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson, in fact. While Kevin Durant holds five of the top 16 highest-scoring games in Team USA Olympic history, there are two players who recorded bigger totals since the program started sending NBA players to the 1992 Olympics. Here's a look at the highest-scoring games in Dream Team history.

24: Scottie Pippen against China (July 26, 1996)

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24: Charles Barkley against Australia (August 1, 1996)

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24: Charles Barkley against Angola (July 26, 1992)

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25: Kobe Bryant against Australia (August 20, 2008)

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25: Kevin Durant against China (August 6, 2016)

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27: Dwyane Wade against Spain in gold medal game (August 24, 2008)

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27: Kevin Durant against Argentina (August 17, 2016)

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28: Kevin Durant against Argentina (August 6, 2012)

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28: David Robinson against Serbia in gold medal game August 3, 1996)

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30: Charles Barkley against Brazil (July 31, 1992)

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30: Kevin Durant against Spain in gold medal game (August 12, 2012)

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30: Kevin Durant against Serbia in gold medal game (August 21, 2016)

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30: Klay Thompson against France (August 14, 2016)

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30: Carmelo Anthony against Australia (August 10, 2016)

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31: Stephon Marbury against Spain (August 26, 2004)

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37: Carmelo Anthony against Nigeria (August 2, 2012)

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