Kryie Irving led the way for the United States in the final with 26 points.
Madrid, Spain (SportsNetwork.com) -
The United States captured back-to-back FIBA World Cup championships with a lopsided 129-92 rout of Serbia in Sunday's title game.
This is the first time the Americans have won consecutive FIBA championships and only the third country to do so. The Unites States is also the first country to win four straight major tournaments, as it also captured the 2008 and 2012 Olympic golds.
They accomplished the feat in Dream Team-like fashion, winning all nine of their games by an average of 33 points. Their closest contest was a 21-point victory over Turkey in group play.