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Kevin Durant and the United States men’s basketball team are looking to stop their losing streak against Australia at the best possible time as they seek a berth in the gold medal game. Elsewhere, there’s plenty of hope for U.S. track and field gold tonight, April Ross and Alix Klineman continue their quest for gold in beach volleyball, and the U.S. baseball team are looking to set up a rematch for the gold medal with Japan. Here’s a look at the top US-focused events on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Men’s basketball

What: US vs. Australia

When: Thursday, 12:15 p.m.

TV: Peacock and streaming

You might think you can find the men’s basketball tournament semi-finals on TV, but no, you can’t. It’s always Peacock or to see it live. France and Slovenia will face off in the other semi-final at 7am live, in color, on NBCSN. Joe Vardon prepared the last four solids here.


What: men’s triple jump, men’s shot put, men’s 110m hurdles (evening session); 20 km walk for men; pole vault women, final 400 meters men (morning session); more heats and semi-finals

When: Wednesday, 8 p.m. to midnight; Thursday, 3:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. (March); Thursday, 6-8: 45am

TV: NBC, USA, NBCSN (March) and streaming

Plenty of Americans to watch out for in this series of track and field events, and most medal events feature at least a good chance for gold for the United States. Will Claye is a gold medal contender in the triple jump, Ryan Crouser is the favorite in the shot put and Grant Holloway is the world’s best in the 110m hurdles. In the women’s pole vault, Katie Nageotte has the two highest jumps of 2021. Michael Norman’s personal best in the 400m is better than anyone on the field, even though she is two years off the field. As usual, highlights from the evening East Coast Time races will air on the NBC show. The morning session will be broadcast live in the United States. The march is live on NBCSN.


What: US vs. South Korea

When: Thursday, 6 a.m.

TV: NBCSN (delayed, Thursday, 1:30 p.m.) and streaming

The baseball team’s victory over the Dominican Republic on Wednesday kept hope for the top prize alive. If Team USA beats South Korea, they will face Japan for gold at 6 a.m. ET on Saturday. A loss puts them in the bronze medal game for a rematch against the Dominican Republic at 11 p.m. ET on Friday night. Here is Joe Vardon on the last American victory.

Beach volleyball

What: April Ross and Alix Klineman vs. Switzerland

When: Wednesday, 8 p.m.

Television: NBC and streaming

April Ross and Alix Klineman are one victory away from the gold medal game as they face Anouk Verge-Depre and Joana Heidrich of Switzerland in the semifinals.

Women’s football

What: US vs. Australia

When: Thursday, 4 a.m.

TV: United States and streaming

It’s not where the women wanted to be, but like Megan Rapinoe said, there’s still a medal to play for. The United States is aiming for bronze against Australia. The teams played for a draw in their last group stage. Here’s Steph Yang on what went wrong for the USWNT at the Olympics.


What: Women’s 2nd round

When: Wednesday, 6.30 p.m.

TV: Golf Channel and streaming

Nelly Korda shot a score of under 67 to 4 in her first round, shooting for the second in one shot behind Sweden’s Madelene Sagstrom. American colleague Danielle Kang is 2 under, Jessica Korda is tied and Lexi Thompson is 1 over. Wednesday night play hours EST: Jessica Korda (7:03 p.m.), Kang (7:41 p.m.), Nelly Korda (9:14 p.m.), Thompson (9:25 p.m.).

Go skateboarding

What: men’s park final

When: Wednesday, 11:30 p.m.

Television: CNBC and streaming

Heimana Reynolds, Zion Wright and Cory Juneau are the United States’ Olympic debut of men’s park skateboarding.

Women’s water polo

What: United States vs. ROC

When: Thursday, 2:30 a.m.

Television: CNBC and streaming

The United States are two wins away from a third straight Olympic gold medal in women’s water polo. Spain and Hungary, who beat the United States in the group stage, will meet in the other semi-final at 6:50 a.m.

(Photo: Ned Dishman / NBAE via Getty Images)

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