2016 Olympics Viewers Guide: What to Stream and Watch on TV on Day 5

NBC 2016 Olympics Schedule: When To Watch Rio's Day 5 Events
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The following 2016 Olympic events will be shown on NBC networks Wednesday, August 10, 2016. Highlights from the Olympics schedule include:

Women’s Basketball: United States vs. Serbia (2:30pm ET/11:30am PT LIVE –NBC Sports Network, Olympic Basketball Channel, Live Stream)

Team USA is expected to continue its dominance against Serbia this afternoon.

Men’s Basketball: Australia vs. United States (6pm ET/3pm PT LIVE — NBC Sports Network, Olympic Basketball Channel, Live Stream)

Team USA faces its toughest opponent in Rio yet. The Aussie roster boasts a number of NBA players: Aron Baynes, Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Joe Ingles, and Patty Mills. The Boomers front court is one of the strongest in the Games.

Women’s Beach Volleyball: USA (Walsh-Jennings/Ross) v. Switzerland (Forrer/Verge-Depre) (8pm ET LIVE, 8pm PT TAPED — NBC, Live Stream)

NBC’s primetime coverage kicks off Wednesday with the ever popular women’s beach volleyball. Three-time Olympic champion Kerri Walsh-Jennings teamed up with April Ross (the 2012 Olympic silver medalist) after the London Games. The duo is expected to dominate these Games. Tonight, they face Switzerland’s Isabelle Forrer and Anouk Vergé-Dépré.

Men’s Gymnastics: Individual all-around final (3pm ET/12pm PT LIVE — Live Stream, 8pm ET/PT TAPED– NBC)

Defending champion Kohei Uchimura is looking to become the first man since 1972 to win back-to-back Olympic gold. Sam Mikulak is Team USA’s medal hope.

Men’s 100m freestyle final (10:03pm ET LIVE, 10:03pm PT TAPED — NBC, Live Stream)

Nathan Adrian defends his 2012 gold in the 100m freestyle final. Cameron McAvoy from Australia may prove to be a threat.

Women’s 4x200m freestyle final (10:55pm ET LIVE, 10:55pm PT TAPED — NBC, Live Stream)

The exciting relay features Team USA standouts Katie Ledecky and Missy Franklin. It’s theirs to lose — the U.S. has won gold every Olympics since the 1992 Barcelona Games.

Other primetime events (all times Eastern)

Men’s 200m Breaststroke Final (9:03 PM)
Women’s 100m Freestyle Semi (9:12 PM)
Men’s 200m Backstroke Semi (9:28 PM)
Women’s 200m Butterfly Final (9:54 PM)
Women’s 200m Breaststroke Semi (10:11 PM)
Men’s 200m Individual Medley Semi (10:29 PM)

A complete schedule of events can be found here.