Greece: You're the one that I want (Oo Oo Ooo ...) Stopping their vaunted phalanx, I mean, pick-and-roll offense, the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team got their revenge against Greece, 92-69 ... mmm, rolls in Greece ... to improve to 3-0 and clinch a spot in the medal round. Kobe Bryant and Chris Bosh each had 18 points for the United States, which goes on on to a matchup of Group B unbeatens Saturday night against world champion Spain. The winner will earn the group's top seed for the quarterfinals. We knew Greece was in trouble when they went to a zone. Also when their best player, Teen Wolfopoulos, fouled out in the first half. Dwyane Wade had 17 points and LeBron James scored 13. Greece stunned the Americans two years ago in the semifinals of the world championships, 101-95. • So We Meet Again, Ricky Booby ... This time, Alain Bernard of France beat Jason Lezak. Bernard won gold in the 100 free, touching out world-record holder Eamon Sullivan of Australia by .09 of a second, with Lezak winning the bronze; his first Olympic individual medal. France had lost the 4x100m free relay when Lezak beat Bernard on the anchor leg by .08 of a second. Sullivan still owns the 100m world record. • Who Framed Roger Federer? Why does Roger Federer suck in Olympic competition? The answers are shrouded in mystery. Federer Express lost to American James Blake in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, 6-4, 7-6 (2). Considering that Blake had won only a single point in their previous eight matches, and Federer was the top seed, that was something. So no Wimbledon finals rematch with Rafael Nadal for you. Also, Serena Williams boarded the Failboat by losing to No. 5-seeded Elena Dementieva of Russia, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. • Back To The Beach. Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor of the United States mock the concept of beach volleyball in Norway. What's next, the Saudi Arabian ski team? The U.S. duo beat 11th-seeded Nila Ann Haakedal and Ingrid Toerlen 21-12, 21-15, concluding pool play at 3-0. The 37-minute beatdown was their 104th straight overall and 10th straight Olympic victory, both records. • Who Were The Ad Geniuses Who Came Up With This Matchup? The U.S. women's basketball team beat Mali 97-41 on Wednesday night, and will next play on Friday against Spain, ranked No. 5 worldwide by FIBA. Spain features ex-WNBA players Amaya Valdemoro and Anna Montanana, and many spicy chicken recipes.