The United States had fun in a 109-89 rout of Giannis Antetokoumnpo-less Greece, with Austin Reaves finishing as Team USA's leading scorer.
With this victory, the United States added its second victory after winning last Saturday against New Zealand, which gave it a ticket to the second phase.
There was no game at the Mall of Asia. The United States shot with 57% accuracy (35 of 61) and had sixty points from their bench, with Austin Reaves leading with fifteen points in 17 minutes.
Josh Hart also shined with a great defensive contribution. He contributed six points, eleven rebounds and five assists.
In the second half, Kerr's men completely outplayed Greece. Turnovers continued to take their toll on the Greeks and the United States benefited from as many as 32 points on counterattack by all six of their opponents.
Completely superior United States
The advantage reached 23 points at 73-50 and, in the fourth period, Greece dropped the duel and the United States took advantage of it with a long series of counterattacking points, culminating in a steal and dunk by Portis for the 107-76.
Greece, who had won on their debut against Jordan, will have to play for second place on Wednesday against New Zealand, with the United States already qualified for the second group stage.
In the collective statistics, States was higher in almost all departments. Best two-point field percentage (66.70), 30 defensive rebounds over 18 from Greece, 13 second-chance points to only 6 from Greece and 60 points coming off the bench over 45 from the Europeans.
The next game for the United States will be against Jordan on Wednesday, August 30, in a pending match since they are already classified. To date, the only surprise of the tournament was the quick elimination of France after two consecutive defeats.