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Team USA Men’s Basketball Schedule 2012

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Since I know a lot of you want to follow Team USA throughout the 2012 London Olympics, and more specifically the Lakers’ own Kobe Bryant, I took the liberty of putting together the Team USA schedule for the exhibition and preliminary rounds. And since the official Team USA schedule was a bit confusing and only denoted in “local time,” I also took the liberty of converting the times into Laker time (PST).

Without further ado, here it is!

 

Team USA Schedule

Date

Time PST

Opponent Arena Location

Exhibition Schedule

7/12

6:00 PM

Domincan Republic Thomas & Mack Center, UNLV Las Vegas, Nevada

7/16

5:00 PM

Brazil Verizon Center Washington, D.C.

7/19

11:10 AM

Great Britain Manchester Arena Manchester, England

7/22

12:30 PM

Argentina Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona, Spain

7/24

1:30 PM

Spain Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona, Spain

Preliminary Round

7/29

6:30 AM

France Olympic Park, Basketball Arena London, England

7/31

2:15 PM

Tunisia Olympic Park, Basketball Arena London, England

8/2

2:15 PM

A6 Olympic Park, Basketball Arena London, England

8/4

6:30 AM

A5 Olympic Park, Basketball Arena London, England

8/6

2:15 PM

Argentina Olympic Park, Basketball Arena London, England

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  • SoCo Nes

    I hope all those that downplay Kobe’s greatness will re-watch/watch for the very first time the last time USA were at and won the Olympic Gold..while all the lesser “great” players stood and watched, Kobe was Kobe and pretty much carried Lebronda, DWeeb, Bosh the Dino (yeah, NBA let us down with giving away this last championship), etc. get the W!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/5J26DNOXOQZV3B6SIZJHYGPIE4 Christopher

    Thanks for info on USA games and times.The info on summer olympics on the normal internet is weak and shows the demise of pro atheletes into what was a great anmature event that needs to go back to its own history and rules that use to  be a great thrill to watch every,4 years.Greed and over building costs of this will never support itself in the years after and pay the matainence and  services to a one time event. Brits just lwent from Ball sqeezzzzin to castoration of jewels that are fake anyways They pawned them a 100 years ago. almost , Opps security costs that will write its bill,police ect…Tea time you Bastards

  • truthisliberty

    Jesus saves!!! He dunked on the devil to save your soul!Real talk! You were fearfully and wonderfully made!God is good….government is not God… don’t allow Obama the wicked Marxist play you.

  • Ryandobbs69

    Anthony Davis is underated

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