Team USA lost to France 83-76 in men's basketball at the Olympics on Sunday.
The loss was embarrassing for the US team, who have historically dominated at the Summer Olympics.
The one star of the show was a robot making shots during halftime of the game.
There wasn't a lot to love about Team USA's loss in men's basketball to France on Sunday at the Olympics.
After taking a 45-37 lead into halftime, the Americans fell apart in the second half, outscored in the third quarter 25-11.
Despite taking the lead back in the fourth, France closed the game on a 16-2 run to win 83-76, snapping a 25-game Olympic winning streak for the United States.
With the Americans playing poorly, the show's star was the halftime entertainment - a basketball shooting robot that took the court and started drilling shots with unbelievable ease.
-#TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 25, 2021
The robot was good from the free-throw line but quickly showed off his range, moving progressively to the three-point line and later to halfcourt.
-Mike Finger (@mikefinger) July 25, 2021
In their game against France, Team USA shot a dismal 36% from the floor. Conversely, this robot just went three-for-three and showed off the range that would even make Dame Lilliard envious.
There are some drawbacks to the robot's game - his shooting motion takes way too long, and he looks likely to be a liability on defense.
But with the United States needing a sharpshooter, I say we get this guy a jersey and see how it works out.
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