RIO DE JANEIRO — The head of Australia’s delegation said Sunday its 700 athletes and staff would not move into rooms at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics for at least two days, citing electrical and plumbing problems in the sprawling Athletes Village less than two weeks before the start of the troubled South American games.

“Electricity and water is not a good combination,” Kitty Chiller, the head of the Australian delegation, told reporters.

She said this was her fifth Olympics, and she came down hard on village preparations.

“I have never experienced a village in this state – or lack of state – of readiness at this point in time,” she said.

Australia’s protest came as the 31-building village, which will house 18,000 athletes and officials at the height of the games, opened officially on Sunday. It was not clear how many athletes were housed in the village on the first day.

This is the latest problem for the games, which have been hit by the Zika virus, security threats, water pollution and severe budget cuts.

Chiller and Australian team spokesman Mike Tancred described a wide array of plumbing, electrical and cleaning issues. Tancred said 10 of the 31 buildings were determined to be inhabitable.

OLYMPIC TORCH: A man was wrestled to the ground and detained Saturday after he tried to steal the Olympic torch as it passed through the Brazilian town of Guarulhos.

In the video on news portal G1, the unidentified man is seen trying to break through the line of security guards accompanying the torch bearer at the 40-kilometer mark of the parade in Sao Paulo state. The man was taken away and the torch bearer continued the run.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Kevin Durant scored 19 points, Klay Thompson added 17 and the U.S. rolled to a second straight blowout exhibition victory, 106-57 over China, in Los Angeles.

DeMar DeRozan scored 13 points in his hometown, and DeMarcus Cousins had 12 points and seven rebounds in another impressive performance to open the Americans’ pre-Olympic tour.

While they’re still learning their teammates’ tendencies and solidifying player rotations, the newly assembled U.S. players looked remarkably cohesive for long stretches against an overmatched opponent with no current NBA players.

Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan scored 12 points and led a strong defensive effort with three blocks for the Americans.

After opening its showcase tour by trouncing Argentina in Las Vegas on Friday, the U.S. posted another rout at a packed Staples Center.

The Americans haven’t lost a game since the 2006 world championships. They’re 47-1 in exhibitions since NBA stars took over the roster in 1992, going undefeated since 2004.

Jordan got the exhibition off to a rousing start with a blocked shot on China’s first possession and an alley-oop dunk on the other end.