By Associated Press | Aug. 16, 2016, 8:15 p.m. (ET)
Sylvia Fowles (C) rebounds over Ramu Tokashiki of Japan during the women's basketball quarterfinal game at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Carioca Arena 1 on Aug. 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- The U.S. women's basketball team showed off its speed, size and depth in a 110-64 victory over Japan and advanced to the semifinals with another convincing win.

Maya Moore and Diana Taurasi each scored 19 points as the U.S. routed Japan for its 47th straight win. The U.S. did it without Sue Bird for most the game as the point guard went down in the second quarter with a knee injury.

The Americans, who will play the winner of France-Canada in the semifinals Thursday, apparently even impressed Japan.

The Japanese players posed for a team picture with the U.S. after the rout — the second straight opponent to get a memento with the Americans. China took a photo with the Americans in pool play. It's reminiscent of how opponents reacted to the Dream Team at the 1992 Barcelona Games.

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