See what LeBron James said after the U.S. men's basketball team nearly lost to Lithuania on Saturday?
"You want to be tested," James said.
After knocking off its first three foes by an average of 52.3 points, James and company barely got past Lithuania 99-94.
And Lithuania shouldn't be confused with Argentina, today's opponent (2:15 p.m.), or Spain, considered the second-best team at these Olympics.
Argentina has three NBA players – the Spurs' Manu Ginobili, the Suns' Luis Scola and free agent Carlos Delfino – so figure it will be gunning to take down the United States in today's final pool-play game.
Which U.S. team will show up? And what was all that silliness about this year's team being better than the 1992 Dream Team?
Tonight's prime time
Ch. 3, 8 p.m.-midnight
Track and field: Finals in men's 400 meters and 400-meter hurdles and women's pole vault
Gymnastics: Finals in men's rings and vault, women's uneven bars
Beach volleyball: Men's quarterfinals
Diving: Men's springboard final
Cycling: Track final
For more TV listings, see Page C2; for a detailed schedule of events and complete TV listings, go to sacbee.com/olympics.
Jamie Nieto, Sacramento, track and field: The high jumper finished fifth in his group with a leap of 7 feet, 5 inches in qualifying Sunday to advance to Tuesday's 11 a.m. final.
Becky Holliday, Penryn, track and field: The pole vaulter competes in the final today at 11 a.m.
Megan Rapinoe, Redding, soccer: The U.S. wo- men play Canada in a semi- final today at 11:45 a.m.
Kim Conley, Sacramento, track and field: Qualifying in the 5,000 meters begins Tuesday at 2:55 a.m.
Team G S B T
China 30 17 14 61
United States 28 14 18 60
Britain 16 11 10 37
Russia 4 16 15 35
Japan 2 12 13 27
See Scoreboard on Page C7 for complete medal standings.
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