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    Friday, July 27, 2012

    2012 London Olympics Men's Basketball Schedule of Games/ Game Schedule





    I'm sure that you're all excited to watch the 2012 London Olympics Men's Basketball Games especially the games of Team USA, Spain and Argentina.

    Team USA which is being led by LeBron, Kobe and Durant, is aiming to win back to back Olympic Gold Medals. Spain, meanwhile is looking to get back at Team USA. The Spaniards, especially Pau Gasol, Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka are looking to improve on their Silver Medal Finish behind Team USA during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Argentina on the other hand still has a core of NBA Veterans headed by the future Hall of Famer Manu Ginobili, the Bruiser Luis Scola and the outside shooter Carlos Delfino.

    Those teams that I mentioned above are the three headed monsters of the 2012 London Olympics. But I think, no single team should sleep on Nigeria. I consider Team Nigeria as the dark horse of this year's Olympics. We should also monitor their performance, especially the Aminu brothers, Tony Skinn-the former teammate of Gabe Norwood in George Mason University and Mr. Ike Diogu- the former Arizona State Big Man.

    And so, without further ado, here’s the complete schedule of games of the 2012 London Olympics Men's Basketball Games courtesy of BTV Facebook Page. Majority of the games will be televised LIVE on BTV. All the games below will be shown on BTV.

    NGR vs. TUN - July 29, 4pm – LIVE on BTV. All the games below will be shown on BTV.
    BRA vs. AUS - July 29, 6pm – LIVE ""
    USA vs. FRA - July 29, 930pm – LIVE on BTV. Will also be Televised on TV5 on a slightly different time slot.
    ARG vs. LTU - July 30, 5am – LIVE on BTV
    RUS vs. BRA - July 31, 9am – Delayed Telecast
    CHN vs. RUS - July 31, 7pm – LIVE
    FRA vs. ARG - August 1, 3am – LIVE
    USA vs. TUN - August 1, 5am – LIVE
    GBR vs. BRA - August 1, 7am – Delayed Telecast
    GBR vs. KOR/BEL vs. CHN - August 1, 9am – Delayed Telecast
    LTU vs. NGR - August 1, 11am - Delayed Telecast
    CHN vs. ANG - August 1, 6pm – LIVE
    FRA vs. LTU - August 2, 4pm – LIVE
    ARG vs. TUN - August 2, 930pm – LIVE
    BRA vs. AUS - August 3, 1am – Delayed Telecast
    ESP vs. GBR - August 3, 3am – LIVE
    USA vs. NGR - August 3, 5am – LIVE
    TUN vs. FRA - August 4, 5pm – LIVE
    LTU vs. USA - August 4, 930pm – LIVE
    NGR vs. ARG - August 5, 5am – LIVE
    GBR vs. AUS/RUS vs. ESP - August 5, 7am – Delayed Telecast
    CHN vs. BRA - August 5, 9am – Delayed Telecast
    AUS vs. RUS - August 6, 4pm – LIVE
    TUN vs. LTU - August 6, 6pm – LIVE
    FRA vs. NGR - August 6, 930pm – LIVE
    ARG vs. USA - August 7, 3am – LIVE
    ESP vs. BRA - August 7, 5am – LIVE
    GBR vs. CHN - August 7, 7am – Delayed Telecast
    August 8 QUARTERFINALS
    2:00 p.m.(not yet converted to Philippine Time) Session 1 (2 Games)
    8:00 p.m. (not yet converted to Philippine Time)Session 2 (2 Games)
    Friday, August 10 SEMIFINALS
    5:00 p.m. (not yet converted to Philippine Time)Semifinal #1
    9:00 p.m. (not yet converted to Philippine Time)Semifinal #2
    Sunday, August 12 Finals
    11:00 a.m. (not yet converted to Philippine Time)Bronze Medal Game
    3:00 p.m.(not yet converted to Philippine Time)Gold Medal Game

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