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Tokyo Olympics: NBA players react to France's victory over Team USA

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Evan Fournier (NBA Getty Images)

Evan Fournier led France to a historic win over the United States.

Led by Fournier's game-high 28 points, France defeated Team USA by a final score of 83-76 to open group play at the Tokyo Olympics.

It marks Team USA's first Olympic loss since 2004 and snaps a 25-game winning streak.

MORE: Takeaways from France's stunning victory

Fournier took to social media after the game to celebrate France's win, as did teammate Rudy Gobert and a few other NBA players.

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