Durant passes Carmelo to become all-time U.S. Olympic scoring leader

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Kevin Durant now stands alone as the United States' all-time leading scorer in men's basketball at the Olympics, passing three-time gold medalist Carmelo Anthony.

Durant, 32, entered Saturday's contest versus the Czech Republic six points back from Anthony's record of 336 points. The Brooklyn Nets star has now tallied 354 points with the Americans after finishing with 23 during a lopsided 119-84 victory.

Here's the updated leaderboard showing the top-10 Team USA scorers:

Rank Player Points Years
1 Kevin Durant 354 2012-20
2 Carmelo Anthony 336 2004-16
3 LeBron James 273 2005-12
4 David Robinson 270 1988-96
5 Michael Jordan 256 1984; 1992
6 Charles Barkley 231 1992-96
7 Chris Mullin 196 1984; 1992
8 Dwyane Wade 186 2004-08
9 Karl Malone 171 1992-96
10 Scottie Pippen 170 1992-96

Anthony was on the U.S. national team that captured bronze in Athens in 2004, then rebounded with gold-medal finishes at Beijing in 2008, London in 2012, and Rio in 2016.

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