The rout in Cairo came a day after the US lost to eventual gold medalist Canada in the semifinals. In the meantime, Purdue's Carsen Edwards contributed 12 points, four rebounds, and four assists.
Washington scored at least 20 points in two games and recorded one double-double.
In addition to Barrett, Canada also got seven first quarter points from Lindell Wigginton, who was playing again after missing the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals with a concussion.
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U.S. and Spain were the lone teams to boast undefeated records heading into its semifinal matchups. Team Canada was led by R.J. Barrett, the No. 1 overall recruit in the 2019 class, who scored 38 points and had 13 rebounds and five assists. Kigab averaged 14.7 points and 10.6 rebounds. He led the team with a player efficiency rating of 23 and added a block and a steal. But, with 1.3 seconds remaining before the second quarter buzzer, Barrett was fouled on a deep 3 attempt, and after sinking all three free throws, Canada headed to the locker room with a 45-42 lead and Barrett having accounted for 25 of those points. We came here to not only play for the gold, but win the gold, and to play like we did and have Canada come out and play so well, it was just disappointing that we couldn't get it done.
The USA again owned the glass and behind nine boards from Brandon McCoy (Cathedral Catholic H.S/San Diego, Calif.), eight rebounds from Wiley and seven from Josh Okogie (Georgia Tech/Snellville, Ga.), the US posted a 51-35 advantage on the boards.
The United States won't be three-peating at the FIBA U19 World Cup.