With their convincing 129-92 victory over Serbia, the United States has captured their fifth FIBA World Cup title. When it mattered most, USA put together one of their best team efforts with eight players reaching double-digits points while knocking down 15 three-pointers and shooting 57.7 percent from the field. In the end, it was Kyrie Irving who stood above the rest, winning the tournament MVP trophy after averaging 12.1 PPG, 3.6 APG, 1.9 SPG and shooting 61 percent from three-point range.

And what better way to celebrate their 2014 FIBA World Cup than to break out the team (well, everyone except Derrick Rose because, you know, the knees are precious) Schmoney Dance.