Team USA Basketball Olympic Schedule: How to Watch on TV and Online

Kevin Durant could become only the second man in the history of Olympic basketball to win three gold medals this year, equaling a record held by Carmelo Anthony.

The two-time NBA champion was part of Team USA when they won the gold medal at the London Olympics in 2012 and defended its title in Rio de Janeiro four years later.

Should Team USA make it four Olympic golds in a row at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics this month, Durant would match Anthony's record of three gold medals—the latter also a took bronze medal from the 2004 Games in Athens.

With a gold medal, Team USA would become the first team to win gold at four consecutive Olympic Games since it won seven in a row from the Berlin Olympics in 1936, when basketball made its Olympic debut, through to the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.

Team USA opens its Olympic campaign on July 25 against France, before facing Iran three days later and the Czech Republic on July 31 in the final Group A game.

How to watch Team USA at the Olympics on TV and online

Like every other Olympic sport, coverage of the men's basketball tournament will be broadcast across NBC channels and digital platforms.

All three of Team USA's preliminary games will be carried by NBC, with a stream available on the NBC Sports website and the NBC app. A livestream for the games will also be available via Peacock and fuboTV, which carries NBC channels.

Team USA men's basketball schedule

All times E.T.

Sunday, July 25

  • Team USA vs. France—8 a.m., NBC

Wednesday, July 28

  • Team USA vs. Iran—12:40 a.m., NBC

Saturday, July 31

  • Team USA vs. Czech Republic—8 a.m., NBC

Team USA Olympic roster

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green the only survivors from the team that won the gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

With the exception of Durant and Green, the 12-man roster includes 10 Olympic debutants, seven of whom have all been selected at least once for the NBA All-Star Game in their careers.

San Antonio Spurs guard Keldon Johnson, Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee and Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant are the only exceptions.

The roster also includes Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker and Milwaukee Bucks duo Jrue Holiday and Khris Middleton, who are currently playing in the NBA Finals and could be in action as late as July 22, when the eventual Game 7 is scheduled for.

  • Bam Adebayo—Forward/Center, Miami Heat
  • Devin Booker—Guard, Phoenix Suns
  • Kevin Durant—Forward, Brooklyn Nets
  • Jerami Grant—Forward, Detroit Pistons
  • Draymond Green—Forward, Golden State Warriors
  • Jrue Holiday—Guard, Milwaukee Bucks
  • Keldon Johnson—Guard, San Antonio Spurs
  • Zach LaVine—Guard, Chicago Bulls
  • Damian Lillard—Guard, Portland Trail Blazers
  • JaVale McGee—Center, Denver Nuggets
  • Khris Middleton—Forward, Milwaukee Bucks
  • Jayson Tatum—Forward, Boston Celtics
Draymond Green and Kevin Durant
Draymond Green #14 and Kevin Durant #7 of Team USA during the game against Spain at Michelob Ultra Arena ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The United States defeated Spain 83-76. Ethan Miller/Getty Images