With a shorter 3-point line and slower players guarding them, Team USA players should continue to shoot better.
Team USA has discovered how different the international game is. So how would international teams fare in the NBA?
Antoine Walker is just a salary-cap placeholder in Atlanta, but he could very well end up leading the NBA in scoring.
Although Kenyon Martin enjoyed a lot of success in New Jersey, he's entering an even better situation in Denver.
Brent Barry is about to become a featured perimeter player for the Spurs, who have to be favored to win the NBA title.
Shaquille O'Neal would improve any offense, but to say he makes his teammates better players is statistically false.
Carlos Boozer will help turn each and every Jazz game into an excruciating exercise of execution and patience.
Peja Stojakovic has the ability to turn any team into the best long-distance shooting team in the NBA.
An amazing 11 point guards with starting credentials have changed teams this offseason.
The NBA has always benefited from having big, bad teams on the block that everyone wants to beat.
The CBA has taken full effect five years after its inception and the league's elite players are being hit the hardest.
Emeka Okafor wouldn't be the first NBA star to have summer competition adversely affect his regular-season play.
The high-scoring, high-profile Mavericks are somewhere near the bottom of the standings in the summer league.
Jason Kapono scored 40 points in five games during the Minnesota Summer League without drilling a single 3.
Nikoloz Tskitishvili is finally playing the way the Nuggets envisioned when they made him the No. 5 pick in 2002.
Dwight Howard is learning why blocking shots is the hardest skill to teach a young player.