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Sport USA vs. France time, channel, TV schedule to watch 2021 Olympic men's basketball game

09:46  25 july  2021
09:46  25 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Then, COVID-19 complications hurt the team, with Wizards star Bradley Beal being sent home from camp with a positive coronavirus test. Kevin Love withdrew from the squad soon after with an injury.

But the time for talk, conjecture, drama and projection is over: Team USA takes the court against France in preliminary round play today at the break of dawn on the East Coast today, with the Gregg Popovich-coached squad looking to earn its 17th gold medal in basketball and their third-straight at the Olympic games.

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USA vs. France start time

  • Date: Sunday, July 25
  • Time: 8 a.m. ET | 5 a.m. PT
  • Rebroadcast: Midnight ET | 9 p.m. PT

The USA men's basketball team kicks of prelim play vs. France at 8 a.m. ET on Sunday, July 25. The game will air live on Peacock, NBC's streaming service.

A replay of the game will air at midnight ET on Monday, July 26.


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What channel is USA vs. France basketball on?

  • TV channels: Not available on cable
  • Live stream: Peacock, NBCOlympics.com

The first three games of Team USA's Olympic run won't be broadcast live on cable TV. Rather, they'll be shown exclusively on Peacock, NBC's streaming service.

The replay of USA vs. France will air on NBCSN at midnight on July 26.

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Peacock is free to watch with ads, or you can pay $4.99/month for Peacock Premium (no ads).

Olympics live streams

NBC's streaming service, Peacock, will provide coverage of select live events including track & field, gymnastics and basketball. The service, which is free with ads, will also provide more Olympics content including curated playlists, highlights and full event replays from the 2021 Tokyo Games.

A Peacock Premium subscription (no ads) costs $4.99/month.

Streaming option Cable subscription needed? Free? Cost Free trial?
Peacock No Yes
fuboTV No No $64.99/month Yes
AT&T TV Now No No $69.99/month No
Hulu Plus Live TV No No $64.99/month Yes
YouTube TV No No $64.99/month Yes

USA basketball schedule 2021

Team USA Basketball kicks off its basketball slate in Tokyo after a few weeks of exhibition matchups and drama.

Date Game Time (ET) TV channel
July 25 USA vs. France 8 a.m./Midnight Peacock, NBCSN (replay)
July 28 USA vs. Iran 12:40 a.m. Peacock
July 31 USA vs. Czech Republic 8 a.m. Peacock
Aug. 3 Men's basketball quarterfinals TBD TBD
Aug. 5 Men's basketball semifinals TBD TBD
Aug. 6 Men's basketball gold-medal game 10:30 p.m. TBD
Aug. 7 Men's basketball bronze-medal game 7 a.m. TBD

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