I don't know if it's the greatest pass in Olympic basketball history, but I sure can't think of one that tops it.
Early in Team USA's 98-71 blowout of France, Tyson Chandler grabbed a rebound and passed to LeBron James. He took the ball almost in one complete motion, lifted it over his head and fired a 60-foot bounce pass between two French defenders that hit Kevin Durant in stride for a dunk.
The pass itself is impressive enough. But the anticipation and vision it takes to see that play before it happens is simply outrageous. LeBron had to pick up Durant before Chandler got him the ball and make that decision right away.
LeBron has done plenty of completely ridiculous things in his career, but that's a new one right there.