Conner Frankamp of Wichita (Kan.) North scored 22 points to lead USA Basketball to a 95-62 defeat of Australia in the FIBA U17 World Championship on Sunday in Kaunas, Lithuania.
"I tried to take open shots when I could and I tried to stop them from trapping," said Frankamp, a 6-foot guard who has said he plans to sign with Kansas.
Jahlil Okafor of Whitney Young (Chicago) added 17 points and eight rebounds for Team USA, which went 8-0 in the tournament, averaging 100 points a game while holding opponents to 60.1 points a game.
Jabari Parker of Simeon (Chicago) played only 14 minutes but had 12 points, missing one of six shots. He missed three games in the tournament with a sore foot.
"I wasn't going to miss the last game," Parker said. "I made sure I took six ibuprofen and I was able to play."
"We really didn't have a star because they all bought into the fact they were all playing for USA Basketball," said Team USA coach Don Showalter, who is also the coach at Iowa City, Iowa. "I think that showed in the final game."
Okafor was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
Croatia (7-1) bounced back from its semifinal loss to claim the bronze medal with a 93-61 victory over Spain (4-4).