The 2004 United States men's Olympic basketball team represented the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. The team was coached by Basketball Hall of Famer Larry Brown. The team was noted for being one of the most disappointing Olympic teams, losing three games against their opponents (the most ever lost by a USA Olympic basketball team) as well as the biggest loss in a game in their history. This would be the second time that Team USA would win the bronze medal, having also done so at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
The following is the United States roster in the men's basketball tournament of the 2004 Summer Olympics.
United States men's national basketball team – 2004 Summer Olympics roster
|Points per game||Allen Iverson||Philadelphia 76ers||13.8|
|Rebounds per game||Tim Duncan||San Antonio Spurs||9.1|
|Assists per game||Stephon Marbury||New York Knicks||3.4|
|Steals per game||Dwyane Wade||Miami Heat||2.1|
|Blocks per game||Tim Duncan||San Antonio Spurs||1.3|
|FG%||Carlos Boozer||Utah Jazz||.625|
|2004 Summer Olympics (Athens)|
|Game 1||Puerto Rico||L 73–92||-19||Group Play||US suffers third and biggest loss in Olympic competition|||
|Game 2||Greece||W 77–71||+6||Group Play|||
|Game 3||Australia||W 89–79||+10||Group Play|||
|Game 4||Lithuania||L 90–94||-4||Group Play||US suffers fourth loss in Olympic competition|||
|Game 5||Angola||W 89–53||+36||Group Play|||
|Game 6||Spain||W 102–94||+8||Quarterfinals|||
|Game 7||Argentina||L 81–89||-8||Semifinals||US suffers fifth loss in Olympic competition|||
|Game 8||Lithuania||W 104–96||+8||Bronze Medal Final||US wins bronze medal|||
|Tournament totals: 5-3 record; 88.125 points per game; +4.625 average point differential|
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