U.S. Women's Basketball dominates Senegal, more Olympic games to watch

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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1171"] (Image via USA TODAY)[/caption] The U.S. Women's Basketball team had a dominating win over Senegal this morning 121-56. The previous scoring record was 114 in 1992 that was tied at the London Olympics. The 65-point victory margin was also a record for women's Olympic basketball. Keep cheering on our women as they look to get their sixth gold medal! Former Cat DeMarcus Cousins and the U.S. men's basketball team will face Venezuela on Monday at 6:00 pm ET. Cousins had 17 points and five rebounds in their opening win last night against China. Here are some highlights from Cousins' performance. Looks like Boogie is putting in some extra work today before tomorrow's game against Venezuela: Now as promised, I'm back with a schedule of Olympic matches you won't want to miss! Currently in progress are Women's doubles and singles tennis, women's cycling, women's 100M breaststroke, men's tennis doubles, men's 100M backstroke, women's 400M freestyle, women's uneven bars/floor exercise/women's beam/vault as well as all around team and individual and men's 4x100M freestyle relay.
1:00 p.m.: Women’s archery — Team quarterfinals, semifinals and medal matches.
2:30 p.m.: Women's tennis doubles - Round 1 
3:30 p.m.: Men’s beach volleyball — Dalhausser/Lucena (USA) vs. Naceur. Ma/Belhaj. C (TUN) 4:00 p.m.: Men's volleyball — USA vs. Canada 4:00 p.m.: Men's tennis doubles - Round 1 4:30 p.m.: Women's gymnastics qualifier  9:00 p.m.: Women’s 100m butterfly final, 100m breaststroke semis and 400m freestyle final. Men’s 200m freestyle semis, 100m breaststroke semis and final, and 4x100m freestyle relay final.

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2021-09-28

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