• Sgt. Ronald Bartley Jr. of Fort Lee, Va., seen here driving to the bucket during the 2010 Armed Forces Basketball Championships, handed out 10 assists against both Great Britain and Italy to help Team USA win the 2010 SHAPE International Men's Basketball Championship Nov. 29-Dec. 4 in Mons, Belgium. (U.S. Army photo, cleared for public release, not for commercial use, attribution requested)

    Six Soldiers help Team USA win SHAPE Basketball Championship

    Sgt. Ronald Bartley Jr. of Fort Lee, Va., seen here driving to the bucket during the 2010 Armed Forces Basketball Championships, handed out 10 assists against both Great Britain and Italy to help Team USA win the 2010 SHAPE International Men's...

  • Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Jefferson (33), seen here working deep in the paint at the 2010 Armed Forces Basketball Championships, grabbed nine rebounds to help Team USA to a 103-62 victory over Great Britain at the 2010 SHAPE International Men's Basketball Championship on Dec. 3 in Mons, Belgium. (U.S. Army photo, cleared for public release, not for commercial use, attribution requested)

    Six Soldiers help Team USA win SHAPE Basketball Championship

    Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Jefferson (33), seen here working deep in the paint at the 2010 Armed Forces Basketball Championships, grabbed nine rebounds to help Team USA to a 103-62 victory over Great Britain at the 2010 SHAPE International...

  • Air Force 2nd Lt. Matthew Holland, seen here with his All-Armed Forces Tournament Team plaque, was named Most Valuable Player after leading Team USA to the 2010 SHAPE International Men's Basketball Championship Nov. 29-Dec. 4 in Mons, Belgium. (U.S. Army photo, cleared for public release, not for commercial use, attribution requested)

    Six Soldiers help Team USA win SHAPE Basketball Championship

    Air Force 2nd Lt. Matthew Holland, seen here with his All-Armed Forces Tournament Team plaque, was named Most Valuable Player after leading Team USA to the 2010 SHAPE International Men's Basketball Championship Nov. 29-Dec. 4 in Mons, Belgium. (U.S...

Six Soldiers helped Team USA win the 2010 SHAPE International Men's Basketball Championship Nov. 29-Dec. 4 in Mons, Belgium.

Air Force 2nd Lt. Matt Holland of Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament that featured teams from Great Britain, Belgium, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania and The Netherlands.

Army Capt. David Smith of Los Alamitos, Calif., served as head coach for Team USA and was assisted by 1st Sgt. Marcus Hall of Joint Base Henderson Hall-Fort Myer, Va.

Sgt. Ronald Bartley Jr. of Fort Lee, Va., 2nd Lt. Kenneth Brewer of Fort Bliss, Texas, and 2nd Lts. Cleveland Richard and Marcus Nelson of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., completed Army's representation on the U.S. military squad.

Second Lt. Andrew Henke of Scott Air Force Base, Ill., had 19 points and five assists to lead Team USA (4-0) to a 78-71 victory over Lithuania (3-1) in the championship game. Richard added 15 points and five steals. Holland scored 14.

Holland had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and Richard added 19 points in Team USA's 83-70 victory over Latvia on Dec. 3. Brewer contributed 14 points and six rebounds. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Newman of New Orleans added 14 points and three steals in 14 minutes off the bench.

Newman scored 23 points on 7-of-11 shooting, including 3 of 5 from behind the arc, to lead Team USA to a 103-62 rout of Great Britain on Dec. 1. Holland added 20 points and 10 rebounds. Richard scored 14 points and Henke added 13. Point guard Bartley ran the show with 10 assists against Great Britain while Navy Petty Officer 2 Jason Jefferson of Atlanta grabbed nine rebounds.

Holland scored 18 points and Henke added 16 points and eight rebounds to lead Team USA to a 95-59 victory over Italy on Nov. 30. Coast Guard Lt. j.g. Craig Johnson of Charleston, S.C., had 15 points and eight rebounds. Bartley notched 10 assists, seven points and three steals.

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