Team USA Basketball opened up their exhibition schedule with a bang before they head off to Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Behind Kevin Durant's game-high 23 points, Team USA beat Argentina, 111-74, Friday night in Las Vegas. With a bevy of the NBA's top scorers, there could a number of players coming out as the leader game in and game out.
Durant's 28.2 points per game last season lead Team USA, but three others on the team finished in the top 10 for points per game in all of the NBA.
Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins finished fourth -- one spot behind Durant -- with 26.9 points per game, followed by Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan ninth (23.5 ppg) and Pacers forward/guard Paul George (23.1) at 10th in the league last season.
From last season's stats, Team USA's leaders in points per game are listed below in order for the top five:
1. Kevin Durant, Warriors, 28.2 ppg
2. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings, 26.9 ppg
3. DeMar DeRozan, Raptors, 23.5 ppg
4. Paul George, Pacers, 23.1 ppg
5. Klay Thompson, Warriors, 22.1 ppg
So, out of all the shining stars for Team USA at the Summer Olympics in Rio, which player will lead the group in scoring? Vote and comment why below.