How To Stream The USA Men’s Basketball Olympic Matchup Against Iran

The USA men’s basketball team stumbled out of the gate at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Gregg Popovich’s squad completely fell flat in the opener against France and, in addition to suffering their first loss in the Olympics since 2004, the United States flailed down the stretch in concerning fashion.

On Wednesday morning in Tokyo, Team USA will be back on the floor, and the squad’s second contest projects to be a more favorable matchup. The Americans take on Iran in a game in which they are favored by approximately 40 points, depending on which sports wagering outlet one values. Iran is a team without a single active NBA player, though Hamed Haddadi is a former member of the Memphis Grizzlies and Phoenix Suns, and the United States will have an overwhelming talent advantage.

It remains uncertain as to how Team USA will respond to early adversity. At the same time,

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Clemson Basketball on Verge of Wasting Impressive Start to Season

Sometimes, it’s not that you lose. It’s how you lose.

Clemson men’s basketball is doing both in an alarming fashion and it’s raised many questions after an incredibly promising start. Last Saturday’s 35-point loss to No. 13 Virginia was supposed to be because of an 11-day layoff due to COVID-19 protocols within the Tiger program. 

After two games were postponed and momentum from a four-game winning streak was halted, Clemson has yet to look anything like the team that started the season 9-1 with seven wins over Power 5 teams. 

The latest game, an 83-65 loss to Georgia Tech on Wednesday, is actually a bigger head-scratcher than when the Cavs played their best game of the year. After all, UVA was ranked and still undefeated in ACC play. 

The Yellow Jackets, meanwhile, had not played a game in 17 days because of COVID-19 protocols. They had only competed once

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Triton Men’s Basketball Wins In Convincing Fashion Over Bay

Morgan Taylor of Triton looks for an opening in the Bay College defense during Saturday’s college hoops contest at Triton’s campus in River Grove. (Patrick Jasionowski/Special to the Journal)

Triton men’s basketball has a lot of new faces this year, but the dominating play is the same as it has been the last few years in River Grove.

Triton won 88-50 Friday, Jan. 22 over visiting Bay College (Escanaba, MI) to start the season on the right foot.

Kejuan Clements (15 points, 4-of-5 from 3, 7 rebounds, 4 assists) led Triton along with Ray Grant (14 pts., 9 rebounds), Teonta McKeithen (13 pts.), Morgan Taylor (10 pts., 7 assists, 4 rebounds) and Diang Gatluak (9 pts., 4 rebounds). 

Triton started the game on a 15-0 run and never looked back.

The Trojans became even more dominant

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