The Olympic events to watch on Sunday, July 25: Basketball, Simone Biles

Day 2 of the Olympics will be full of popular events and will allow fans to see The United States men’s basketball team and the women’s gymnastics team started their gold medal opportunities.

While no gymnastics or basketball medals will be awarded, it will be the first to see how these teams compare to the competition.

Early morning event can be broadcast live, but many videos will be displayed as recordings at the end of the day to account for the 13 hour time difference.

If you miss an event, they can be streamed live at Peacock, and NBC Sports App. fuboTV will also broadcast the action.

Here are the Olympic events happening on Sunday, July 25, and where you can watch them.

Kelsey Plum
Kelsey Plum of Las Vegas Ace will represent the United States in the women’s 3×3 tournament.


8 am – 12:15 pm

Swimming – Qualifiers (LIVE)
Women’s 3 × 3 Basketball – USA vs Taiwan (LIVE)
Beach Volleyball – Men’s Qualifier (LIVE)
Surfing Day 1 Report
Men’s water polo – USA vs Japan
Rowing – Wheels & Qualifiers
Bicycle racing – Women’s road racing

12:15pm – 6pm

Canoe Slalom – Qualifiers
Skateboarding – South Street Finals
Swimming – Qualifiers
Diving – Women’s synchronized jump pedal final
Men’s basketball – USA vs France

7pm – 9:30pm

Triathlon – Men’s Final (LIVE)
Gymnastics – Women’s team competition

9:30pm – 11:30pm

Skateboarding – Women’s Street Qualifier
Swimming – Finals (LIVE)
—Female 100m butterfly
—Nam’s 100m breaststroke
—Women’s 400m freestyle
—Men’s 4 × 100 Freestyle Relay

8:30pm – 9:05pm (PT)

Skateboarding – Women’s Street Finals (LIVE)

12:05am – 2am

Skateboarding – Women’s Street Finals (LIVE)
Men’s volleyball – USA vs. Taiwan

Event highlights

Cycling: Cycling events in Tokyo include road cycling, a series of indoor track, cross country, and BMX (racing and freestyle) cycling events. The first rotation is the road races for men and women on the hilly tracks located at the foot of Mount Fuji. On the women’s side, the Dutch are the most popular; more open male field.

Olympic Cycling
The men’s Olympic cycling field remains open.

US Network

2 a.m. – 8:20 a.m.

Cycling – Women’s Road Racing (LIVE)
Women’s 3 × 3 Basketball – USA vs Romania (LIVE)
Beach Volleyball – Men’s Qualifier
Swimming – Qualifiers (LIVE)

8:30am – 5:30pm

Archery – Women’s Team Finals
Canoe Slalom – Qualifiers
Men’s football – Brazil vs Ivory Coast
Women’s handball – Spain vs Sweden
Fencing – Women’s Trident & Men’s Trident Finals
Judo – Finals
Surfing Day 1 Report
Taekwondo – Finals
Boxing – Qualifiers
Weightlifting – Men’s Finals

5:30pm – 9pm

Triathlon – Men’s Final (LIVE)
Women’s Beach Volleyball (LIVE)

9pm – 11pm

Softball – USA vs Japan (LIVE)

11pm – 2am

Basketball 3 × 3 (LIVE)
Beach Volleyball – Women’s Qualifier (LIVE)
Rowing – Semifinals
Women’s water polo – USA vs China (LIVE)

Event highlights

Basketball 3 × 3: In its Olympic debut, the 3×3 basketball tournament will feature eight teams in both the men’s and women’s categories. A team wins when it reaches 21 points first or whoever has the most points in 10 minutes. The United States will be represented by just one women’s team consisting of Kelsey Plum, Stefanie Dolson and Allisha Grey.


2am – 4am

Men’s water polo – USA vs Japan (LIVE)
Diving – Women’s synchronized jump pedal final (LIVE)
Archery – Women’s Team Finals (LIVE)

8pm – 2am

Skateboarding – Women’s Street Finals (LIVE)
Rugby – Men’s Qualifier (LIVE)
Archery – Men’s Team Qualifier
Skateboarding – Women’s Street Finals (LIVE)
Fencing – Men’s round of 32 individual distances
Men’s Basketball – Argentina vs Slovenia (LIVE)

Don’t miss the event

Men’s basketball – USA vs France: The United States men’s basketball team, led by Brooklyn Nets superstar and two-time gold medalist Kevin Durant, opened their pursuit of a fourth consecutive Olympic title with a test against a dangerous French team. Proud of NBA talent including Utah’s Rudy Gobert Jazz Center.

Kevin Durant
After a rough exhibition start, Team America is hoping to win another gold medal.


2am – 4:30am 4

Women’s football – USA vs New Zealand
Basketball 3 × 3

4:30 am – 6:30 am

Men’s football – Brazil vs Ivory Coast (LIVE)

6:30 am – 8:30 am

Men’s football – Australia vs Spain (LIVE)


Men’s football – Japan vs Mexico (LIVE)

9am – 1:30pm

Men’s water polo – Serbia vs Spain
Women’s handball – Norway vs Korea
Table tennis – Qualifiers
Badminton – Qualifiers

1:30pm – 8pm

Horse riding – Dressage
Table tennis – Qualifiers
Men’s football – Japan vs Mexico
Women’s Volleyball – USA vs. Argentina

8pm – 2am

Men’s water polo – USA vs Japan
Beach Volleyball – Women’s Qualifier
Women’s Volleyball – USA vs. Argentina
Men’s basketball – USA vs France

Don’t miss the event

Women’s gymnastics qualifiers: Take a look at what is arguably the best US women’s gymnastics team of all time embarking on a quest for gold. Led by 24-year-old Simone Biles, USA is expected to wipe out the team competition.

Simone Biles
The US women’s gymnastics team is expected to sweep the opponent.

Olympic Channel

2am – 4pm

Tennis (LIVE)
—Men’s singles, first round
—Women’s Singles, First Round_
—Men’s and women’s doubles, first round

10pm – 2am

Tennis (LIVE)
—Men’s singles, second round
—Women’s Singles, Second Round_
— Men’s and women’s doubles, second round


6am – 11am

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