U.S. Team's Current Record: 4-1, advancing to the quarterfinals and securing a spot in the Olympics.

Lithuania's Stellar Performance: Beat U.S. 110-104, taking the top group spot.

Key Players: Lithuania's NBA veteran, Jonas Valanciunas, shines; however, they miss All-NBA 7-footer Domantas Sabonis

Group-stage Finale: Both U.S. and Lithuania had already secured their quarterfinal spots; the finale was for seeding.

U.S. Coach's Perspective: Steve Kerr emphasizes the significance of the World Cup win over the Olympics.

FIBA World Cup Schedule: Upcoming matches and results.

The U.S.'s Next Challenge: They face Italy, another group winner, in the upcoming quarterfinals.

Lithuania's Strong Start: A remarkable 31-12 lead after the first quarter, showcasing their prowess.

Kerr's Insight: "They just punched us in the mouth... it was a case of them playing a perfect first quarter."

Game Statistics: Lithuania dominated with 43-27 rebounds and made 14 of 25 three-pointers.

U.S.'s Historical Performance: Recent losses contrasted with undefeated streaks from 2008-2016.

The U.S. Roster: No players with prior Olympic or World Cup experience; none made an All-NBA team.