John Schuhmann of NBA.com wrote:
Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery
As the players were shooting around before practice began, Dwight Howard asked a courtside observer, "If I start shooting like Michael Redd, will I start making my jump shots?"
Howard then proceeded to do a perfect imitation of Redd's unique lefty stroke ... without the successful results.
A few minutes later, James turned it around on Howard, imitating the big man's NBA Ballers commercial by yelling "That's my move!" and "Gimme that ball!" at Howard.
Rested and Ready
The U.S. team arrived in Macao Monday morning, after a long flight from California, but fatigue was not an issue at practice. The players said that they all got plenty of rest on the plane. And Krzyzewski said that the 10 hours he slept on the flight was more than he ever gets at home.
"If I could get that chair into my home, I think I'd be a better man," he said.