Tokyo Olympics

USA Basketball: Full schedule for Tokyo Olympics & exhibitions

Find out when Team USA will hit the floor during the Tokyo Olympics this summer.

From NBA.com Staff

The USA Men’s Basketball team will compete in the Tokyo Olympics this summer with a roster featuring NBA stars as well as former gold-medal winners. 

See below to find out when Team USA is scheduled to play during the Tokyo Olympics, the dates for their exhibition games in Las Vegas and the players on the U.S. roster.


Tokyo Olympics Schedule

The men’s basketball action tips off on July 25 — two days after the Opening Ceremony in Tokyo — with 12 countries competing in the initial Group Phase.

Team USA will play in Group A against France, Iran and Czech Republic in order to qualify for the single-elimination Final Phase that begins on August 3.

All games will be played at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.

Date Matchup Time
Sunday, July 25 France 83, USA 76
Wednesday, July 28 USA 120, Iran 66
Saturday, July 31 USA vs. Czech Republic 8 a.m. ET
Tuesday, Aug. 3 Men’s Quarterfinals
Thursday, Aug. 5 Men’s Semifinals
Friday, Aug. 6 Men’s Gold Medal Game 10:30 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 7 Men’s Bronze Medal Game 7 a.m. ET

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Exhibition Schedule

Team USA started training camp in Las Vegas on July 6. In addition to practices, the team will play exhibition games against Nigeria, Australia, Argentina and Spain.

Date Matchup Time
Saturday, July 10 Nigeria 90, USA 87
Monday, July 12 Australia 91, USA 83
Tuesday, July 13 USA 108, Argentina 80
Friday, July 16 USA vs. Australia*
Sunday, July 18 USA 83, Spain 76

* = cancelled


USA Olympic Roster

The USA men’s basketball roster features 12 NBA players and three former gold-medal winners. Kevin Durant and Kevin Love have two gold medals (2012 and 2016) and Draymond Green has one (2016).

Player NBA Team
Bam Adebayo Miami Heat
Bradley Beal* Washington Wizards
Devin Booker Phoenix Suns
Kevin Durant Brooklyn Nets
Jerami Grant Detroit Pistons
Draymond Green Golden State Warriors
Jrue Holiday Milwaukee Bucks
Keldon Johnson** San Antonio Spurs
Zach LaVine Chicago Bulls
Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers
Kevin Love* Cleveland Cavaliers
JaVale McGee** Denver Nuggets
Khris Middleton Milwaukee Bucks
Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics

* = Bradley Beal and Kevin Love will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics
** = Keldon Johnson and JaVale McGee will replace Beal and Love


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