Love leads USA over Tunisia, 110-63

Timberwolves’ All-Star Kevin Love paced the United States with 16 points en route to a 110-63 win over Tunisia at the London Olympics on Tuesday. Love has scored 30 points in the last two games. Carmelo Anthony also scored 16 points.
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