The USA Olympic Basketball team has a rediculous amount of star power filling its roster. But even the NBA's best players couldn't stop Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving from blowing them away with his ball handling.
Unfortunately for Irving, the 2012 Olympic team is loaded with talented guards like Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Deron Williams and Russell Westbrook and filled out the rest of the roster with six forwards to make up for a void at center. Even though Irving couldn't impress his former college coach and current USA basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski enough to make the team, the point guard still dazzled everyone on the court with his spins and crossovers.
Also putting on a show was Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin, who proved yet again he is one of the best dunkers in the world. The 6-foot-8 high-flyer showed off some huge dunks after the scrimmage, throwing one down after tossing an alley-oop off the wall behind the basket.
Check out Irving and Griffin showing off their skills and the rest of team USA in the video below, via SportsGrid.