Anthony (9 of 15 from 3) finished with a game-high 31 points – becoming Team USA's all-time leading scorer – and Irving added 19 as the Americans outscored Australia 49-34 in the second half after trailing by five at the break.
USA 70, Australia 67 – Q3: The Americans hold Australia to 13 points in the third quarter, turning a five-point deficit at the break into a three-point lead heading into the final period.
Australia 54, USA 49 – Halftime: AUS shot a blistering 68 percent (19 of 28) in that first half, led by 15 points from Patty Mills, 13 from Andrew Bogut and 10 from David Anderson.
The US shot just 37 percent (17 of 46), with Carmelo Anthony the only player in double figures with 17 points.
USA 29, Australia 29 – Q1: 14 points by Carmelo Anthony, making him the all-time leading scorer for USA men's basketball.