Team USA men's basketball is back in action on Thursday. Coming off a lopsided win, albeit one with a slow start, over Tunisia, Andre Iguodala and his all-star teammates take on Nigeria as pool play continues. That game is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. ET, and it will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network.
Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman won gold as part of the American women's gymnastics team earlier in the week. They will look for more hardware in the women's individual all-around gymnastics event, one of 18 gold medal competitions on Thursday. That event is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. ET and will be broadcast via tape delay at 8 p.m.
A total of 18 old medal events are on the schedule Thursday:
- Women's individual (archery)
- Whitewater: men's C-2 - Final (canoe/kayak)
- Whitewater: women's K-1 (canoe/kayak)
- Women's team sprint (cycling)
- Men's team sprint (cycling)
- Women's team foil (fencing)
- Women's individual all-around (gymnastics)
- Women's 78kg (judo)
- Men's 100kg (judo)
- Men's double sculls (rowing)
- Men's lightweight four (rowing)
- Women's eight (rowing)
- Men's double trap (shooting)
- Women's 200m breaststroke (swimming)
- Men's 200m backstroke (swimming)
- Men's 200m IM (swimming)
- Women's 100m freestyle (swimming)
- Men's singles (table tennis)
Streaming Information: Fans can watch the games online via NBC's streaming service, a subscription may be necessary in some cases.
TV Schedule: Olympic events are being broadcast on the NBC family of networks, including NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC, and Bravo. For a complete schedule of events and times, visit NBCOlympics.com.