Courtesy of CSN Chicago:

Elena Delle Donne didn’t need to log a ton of time to leave her mark on Team USA’s 103-63 rout of Spain.

The reigning WNBA MVP put up 12 points in just 16 minutes Monday, and was a key part of the team’s plus 14 rebound advantage.

Delle Donne’s strong performance was her second in as many days.

The Chicago Sky forward had 11 points, six assists and two steals in her Olympics debut, which resulted in a 121-56 thumping of Senegal.

Two convincing wins have the U.S. women looking like overwhelming favorites to bring home the gold medal. They are the only team to score over 100 points and have an average win margin of 52.5 points.

The squad returns to the floor Wednesday to battle Serbia.

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