West Virginia sophomore forward Kevin Pittsnogle had seven points and four rebounds in just 12 minutes of action as the US junior national team routed China 109-84 on Friday.
Pittsnogle was 3-4 from the field and added a free throw for his seven points. He also added an assist and two steals against three turnovers in the contest.
After leading the team in scoring during the Global Games tournament, Pittsnogle has gotten less playing time than any other member of the squad. He has averaged just 11.5 minutes per game in the first two contests.
The US faces Nigeria at 9:45 on Saturday morning to wrap up pool play.