Great Britain's men's basketball team slipped to another defeat in the final game of their tour of the United States.
Britain - playing their 200th international game - went down 90-80 at the hands of Lithuania to register their fifth straight loss.
Chris Finch's men led 44-37 at half-time but Lithuania pulled clear in the third quarter by racking up 31 points to GB's 19 on the back of a string of successes from three-point range.
Kyle Johnson led Great Britain with 18 points and six rebounds, while Pops Mensah-Bonsu added 16 points and Joel Freeland 14.
Despite the run of defeats, Finch was pleased with the efforts of his side and felt their pre-Olympic training camp in Houston had been a worthwhile exercise.
"Again, we had a really good start. We played very well in the first half and the let down in the third quarter really cost us," Finch said on GB Basketball's official website.
"Lithuania shot the ball well from the three and that, in many ways, was the difference in the game; 11 of 16 from three-point range is tough to beat.
"Our training camp period in Houston has provided us with outstanding competition and an excellent start to our Olympic preparations."
Britain are next in action against France on July 7.