Olympic Channel to air Dream Team original 1992 broadcasts

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The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA will air every Dream Team game from the 1992 Barcelona Olympics next month.

The games will air in their original order via their original NBC Olympic broadcasts, nightly at 8 ET:

Monday, Aug. 28 — USA vs. Angola (*8:30 p.m. ET)
Tuesday, Aug. 29 — USA vs. Croatia
Wednesday, Aug. 30 — USA vs. Germany
Thursday, Aug. 31 — USA vs. Brazil
Friday, Sept. 1 — USA vs. Spain
Saturday, Sept. 2 — USA vs. Puerto Rico (quarterfinal)
Sunday, Sept. 3 — USA vs. Lithuania (semifinal)
Monday, Sept. 4 — USA vs. Croatia (final, *8:30 p.m. ET)

The final will conclude an 11-hour marathon of Dream Team game broadcasts on Labor Day. Each night’s game will be followed by a re-air of NBC’s 2012 Dream Team documentary.

The commentary teams were Marv AlbertMike Fratello and Jim Gray and Chick Hearn and Steve Jones.

Check the Channel Finder to see how you can watch the Olympic Channel in your area.

Other archival footage set to air on Olympic Channel this summer includes Usain Bolt’s Olympic races from 2008 through 2016, rebroadcasts of Opening Ceremonies (including from the unforgettable Beijing 2008 Games) and official Olympic films.

The Olympic Channel will launch in more than 35 million homes starting Saturday, available to most subscribers of Altice, AT&T DirecTV, Comcast, Spectrum and Verizon. It will also be available on streaming services DirecTV Now, Fubo, Hulu, Sony PlayStation Vue and YouTube TV.

The Olympic Channel will live stream on OlympicChannel.com, the Olympic Channel app, NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. Select replays and highlights will be available on those platforms and TeamUSA.org.

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