These 10 Tweets Sum Up China’s Performance Against USA Basketball Perfectly

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Last night, China’s National basketball team took on the juggernaut that is the United States. Despite our boys taking a wrong turn into a brothel the night before, the US still crushed China by a 57 point margin. Naturally, Twitter had a field day with the mismatch. Here are some of the best tweets from part one of the Rio Basketball Massacre.

Asians might be notorious for their math skills, but it seems ratios aren’t their strong suits.

They should have handed him their rings after that performance.

Bad look for PG. Lakers dropped a looming offer after they saw that embarrassment.

#DickSlapsForEquality

“Losers make the computers” sounds like a win-win if you ask me.

Someone needs to put grandpa to bed, he’s been drinking again. Old people only watch the Olympics for the racism.

They call it a Shandong Slammer.

It’s a little known fact that Yao’s “injuries” were actually the result of defeat-related punishments.

I’d pay money to see Boogie take on the whole Chinese squad. Would be a better straight to DVD movie than “Kazam II: The Legend of Shaq’s Gold”.

That’s a hard pill to swallow. Losing to America? Expected. Getting wrecked by Canada’s women? Pathetic.

Sure, China managed to find ten guys that are 7 feet tall, but in the end even that’s not enough to keep the USA’s pain train from rolling. It’s time to stop putting on the Air Forces and get back to making them. Here’s to another Olympiad of dominance. Thanks for the warm up, China.

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