The Standard Life Great Britain men's side lost their final Olympic warm-up game 79-56 to Belgium in Antwerp on Sunday afternoon.
With Luol Deng, Dan Clark, Robert Archibald and Joel Freeland rested, Tottenham-born Pops Mensah-Bonsu led the GB attack with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Eric Boateng also had a double-double of 12 points and 15 rebounds.
Despite defeat, the Brits were strong on the rebounding statline, picking up 40 boards to Belgium's 30.
GB got off to a bad start as Belgium took advantage of their overall depth, leading 14-2 half-way through the first quarter. Great Britain then settled into the game and stayed in touch after the first, trailing 21-15.
Belgium continued to press GB and led 30-18, as GB only managed three points in five second quarter minutes and at half-time, Belgium led 39-24.
Mid-way through the third GB were trailing 47-30 and heading into the final period, Belgium led 58-37.
The fourth was a formality, with the Belgians assured of victory. GB put up a brave fight but couldn't finish their Olympic preparations with a win.
In this regular round-up of all the GB Women around the globe we start with surely one of the most outstanding performances of the week, which came from Rachel Vanderwal whose team University of Limerick Huskies are currently top of Ireland's Premier League.
Joe and Maggie Forber have won the BBC Sport Unsung Hero award for their work promoting basketball in Manchester.
Joe has coached for more than three decades and has worked with thousands of youngsters, including John Amaechi, who went on to play in the NBA.