The Rio Olympics come to close Sunday but not before the Men's U.S. Basketball Team tries to hold onto gold. Here's what to watch Sunday.
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Gold for Philly's Kyle Lowry, USA Basketball
The U.S. Olympic men's basketball team won its third straight gold medal and did it easily, beating Serbia 96-66 on Sunday.
After a few close calls earlier in the tournament, this was no contest. Kevin Durant scored 30 points and helped the Americans jump out to a huge lead by halftime.
It was the final game with the national team for Mike Krzyzewski, who took the Americans back to the top and leaves with them there after becoming the first coach to win three Olympic gold medals.
Carmelo Anthony also picked up his third gold to go with a bronze, becoming the most decorated male in Olympic basketball history.
NJ's 'Gorilla Hulk' Falls in Bronze Medal Face-Off with Italy's Chamizo
Barnegat, New Jersey’s Frank Molinaro had high hopes for gold on the final day of competition in Rio.
The man who calls himself "Gorilla Hulk" won two national titles while attending Penn State. [[390761772, C]]
But it wasn't Molinaro's day on Sunday. He fell to Toghrul Asgarov of Azerbaijan 4-0 in his first match, then won his repecharge round for a chance to wrestle for bronze.
In the bronze match, thocough, Molinaro came up short again facing Italy's Frank Chamizo. He won just one bout and fell to Chamizo 3-1, losing the bronze.
Men's Volleyball Team, with Trio of Penn State Alums, Makes Comeback for Bronze
After blowing a two sets to one lead in the semifinals against Italy, the U.S. Men's Volleyball Team came back big Sunday, coming back to beat Russia for the bronze. [[390381051, C]]
Team USA was down two sets at first, then came back to win it in five during the Sunday morning game.
The U.S. team features a trio of Penn State alums -- Max Holt, Matt Anderson and Aaron Russell -- who contributed to the team significantly.
What Would the Olympics Be Without a Marathon?
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya finally has won the gold medal in the Olympic marathon, finishing with a time of 2 hours, 8 minutes and 44 seconds as he sprinted to the finish line with a smile on his face.
Feyisa Lilesa of Ethiopia finished second for the silver, while American Galen Rupp took bronze in his second marathon and first ever in the Olympics
Closing Ceremony Wraps Up the Games in Style
Athletes from around the world -- who remained in Brazil after competing -- gathered one last time for the Olympic closing ceremony. This time, with medals around some of their necks. [[389340442, C]]
The ceremony lacked the same pizzazz as the opening ceremony but it was still a wonderful celebration of the camaraderie of competition and the host country -- in this case Brazil.
And, it ended with athletes dancing and celebrating one last time together.