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Graham, Team USA pull away from Sweden

Graham has been a rock, averaging 11 points and 7.7 rebounds over his first three games for Team USA.
Graham has been a rock, averaging 11 points and 7.7 rebounds over his first three games for Team USA.
Graham has been a rock, averaging 11 points and 7.7 rebounds over his first three games for Team USA.

Treveon Graham and Team USA’s World University Games team got a test from a pesky Swedish team last night, but eventually pulled away and cruised to a 83-65 win.

Graham saw foul trouble early, picking up two in the first half, but when on the floor was a warrior for the stars and stripes, posting 14 points on 5-7 shooting and seven rebounds in just 18 minutes of play. Graham led all players with four offensive rebounds and added a game-high two steals in the win.

Graham has started all three games for Team USA, and despite playing the fifth most minutes ranks third and points (11 ppg), second in rebounds (7.7 rpg), third in assists (2 apg), and tops in steals  at 1.7 steals per game.

The 3-0 Team USA is back in action today against a 2-1 Australia squad. Game airs at 7PM on ESPNU, and as always, Baja Bean Company in the Fan is the place to join other Ram fans in cheering Treveon on to gold.

 

 

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