Prior to the Tokyo Olympics, Carmelo Anthony sat atop Team USA's all-time leaderboard for career points in the Olympics.
He had 336 points to his name, which includes Team USA's single-game scoring record of 37 points against Nigeria in the 2012 Olympics in London.
However, Kevin Durant eclipsed him with his scoring at the Tokyo Olympics.
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That said, here's a look at the top 10 players for all-time scorers for Team USA in Olympics history:
|Rank||Player||Career points||Career average||Olympics played|
|1.||Kevin Durant||435||19.7||2020, 2016, 2012|
|2.||Carmelo Anthony||336||10.8||2016, 2012, 2008, 2004|
|3.||LeBron James||273||11.4||2012, 2008, 2004|
|4.||David Robinson||270||11.3||1996, 1992, 1988|
|5.||Michael Jordan||256||16.0||1992, 1984|
|6.||Charles Barkley||231||15.4||1996, 1992|
|7.||Chris Mullin||196||12.3||1992, 1984|
|8.||Dwyane Wade||186||11.6||2008, 2004|
|9.||Karl Malone||171||10.7||1996, 1992|
|10.||Scottie Pippen||170||10.6||1996, 1992|
After scoring 156 total points at the London Olympics (2012) and 155 at the Rio Olympics (2016), Durant added another 124 in Tokyo to take his career points tally for Team USA to 435.
His average of 19.7 is the most by any player for Team USA.
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