Australia's men's wheelchair basketball captain Brad Ness has suggested the nation's able-bodied team take a leaf out of the Paralympic team's playbook.
The Beijing champions marched into Saturday's final (Sunday AM Aust time) in London against Canada by defeating the USA 72-63.
"Again, Australia has to look to the wheelchair basketballers to see who can beat the Yanks," said the veteran Rollers player.
Australia's women wheelchair team also defeated the Americans in the semi-finals only weeks after the USA stopped the Boomers and Opals at the Olympics.
The Dream Team halted the Boomers in the quarter-finals while Opals were again undone the Americans, this time at the semi-final stage.
"Maybe they can look to us for some guidance," Ness said of his able-bodied compatriots.
The success behind the men's and women's teams at the London Paralympics has been put down to the on-court physicality of their players.
"They have so much movement and that's why they're hard to stop," US player Nate Hinze said.