While some countries clearly play better as teams than the U.S. does, talent-wise our squad is astronomically better than everybody else. The head coach, Mike Krzyzewksi, isn't taking advantage of this. All of these games should be blowouts. Krzyzewski has unparalleled depth that is going to waste--other nations have a few NBA players on their rosters, but nothing close at the end of their benches.
Here's what Team USA should do: Try to run as much as possible from the opening tip. Full-court press on defense on the very first possession. Substitute continuously and use all 12 guys on the roster. A "no jumpers in the first five minutes" rule might be useful to promote getting to the rim. Opponents will be exhausted after the first quarter, with the U.S. likely already way out in front.
There's also this:
Fundamentally, the faster the game is played the more possessions there will be and the smaller the chance is of them being upset— Mark Van Deusen (@LucidSportsFan) August 17, 2016
I don't see myself getting the Team USA coaching gig any time soon, but Paul Westhead (who's 1990 Denver Nuggets averaged 120 points per game) would be the perfect guy. Or Rick Pitino, in particular the 1997 version.