Aug 10, 2016 12:33 AM EDT
The court of the Rio's Carioca Arena 1 for the Men's Basketball at Rio Olympic 2016 is set blaze by teams Argentina and Croatia. Watch out the two teams dribble for victory in the play-by-play live stream coverage by NBCOlympics.com.
Although Argentina had squared records with Croatia in the preliminaries, both have enormously varied attacks and styles. There is a whole plethora of engagements to choose from and a matchup will never be enough for this.
For that matter, experts couldn't exactly point fingers in which exactly will transpire in the upcoming event. The best way to know to is watch it at NBCOlympics.com.
The play has started earlier this evening at 9 with a grand whistle and a buzz echoing throughout Carioca Arena 1. And immediately, the audiences were seated fronting a court ablaze.
Argentina's Luis Scolla and Manu Ginobili were the romp starters for the Argentina team during the opening. It was a blast Nigeria wasn't prepared to face.
Eventually, all points directed towards Argentina team's favor and Nigeria suffered bully cries from the audiences. It was an attack of dire rapidity by the leading figures Ginobili and Scolla. Nevertheless, it even made tonight's game a stuff of abject anticipation, Fansided reported.
On the other hand, Croatia had had a tough time winning the fans' favor when Daro Saric and company snatched off the silver medal from Spain's champions by a series of accidental moves. Further heating up tonight's game, team Croatia has its eye to proving not just to the fans, but also to the world, that winning the silver medal was no accident, My San Antonio reported.
But alas, after two games, Argentina seems to be sitting atop Group B. The one considered "remnants" of the "Golden Generation" are being led through by Scola with high confidence and fashion, My San Antonio again reported.
It is going to be too early for final figures though. So, witness who gets the hottest side of the court!
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