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'What's Done Is Done': Carmelo Anthony Says Team Must Move on After Reports of Brothel Visit

A report said several players thought they were walking into a spa on their day off Wednesday night, but wound up in a brothel

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    Carmelo Anthony of United States looks on during the Men's Preliminary Round Group A match against China on Day 1 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Carioca Arena 1 on August 6, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    Carmelo Anthony said his U.S. men's basketball teammates need to accept responsibility and move on after reports that three players visited a legal brothel in Rio de Janeiro. 

    "What's done is done. We have time off and guys did what they did. We accept those responsibilities and move on," said Anthony, a four-time Olympian and the elder statesmen of the team.

    The Americans dominated China 119-62 on Saturday. 

    Anthony was responding to questions about a TMZ report that several players thought they were walking into a spa on their day off Wednesday night, but wound up in a brothel. 

    Coach Mike Krzyzewski did not address the situation during his postgame news conference.