After the U.S. men's basketball team dispatches Australia today (2:15 p.m., NBCSN, 1320) and Argentina beats Brazil, they'll play in Friday's semifinals.
It will be a rematch of Monday's 126-97 blowout in which tempers flared and Carmelo Anthony was hit in the groin in what he called a "cheap shot."
Argentina's Facundo Campazzo apologized to Kobe Bryant but not to Anthony, Campazzo said, because Chris Paul hadn't apologized for punching him earlier.
That's not exactly the spirit of the Olympics. Let's hope everyone behaves Friday.
Tonight's prime time
Ch. 3, 8 p.m.-midnight
Track and field: Finals in men's 110 hurdles, women's 200 meters, 400 hurdles and long jump
Diving: Women's platform final
Beach volleyball: Women's championship
Jamie Nieto, Sacramento, track and field: The high jumper finished sixth in Tuesday's final, clearing 7 feet, 6 inches.
Kim Conley, Sacramento, track and field: The 5,000-meter runner had a personal best of 15 minutes, 14.48 seconds Tuesday but finished 12th in her qualifying heat and failed to advance to Friday's final.
Haley Anderson, Granite Bay, swimming: The 10K open-water race begins at 4 a.m Thursday.
Team G S B T
China 34 21 18 73
U.S. 30 19 21 70
Britain 22 13 13 48
Russia 10 18 20 48
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Which team will win the women's gold-medal soccer game?
United States: 86%
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