UCLA alums Russell Westbrook and Kevin Love have been playing for Team USA in the FIBA World Championships in Turkey.
Earlier today, the USA defeated host Turkey, 81-64, to win the title and Westbrook played a key roll. He was the team's third-leading scorer with 13 points in his 24 minutes, making three field goals (two three-pointers) and all five of his free throws. He also grabbed six rebounds - second on the squad - and passed for three assists.
During the nine-game tournament, Westbrook was the USA's third-leading scorer, averaing 9.1 points per outing. He was third on the team with 12 steals and 23 assists (2.6) and averaged 2.3 rebounds per outing.
Love averaged 5.7 points and 4.9 rebounds despite averaging just 8.9 minutes per game. He was the team's No. 3 rebounder.
Here is a link to the cumulative stats of Team USA.