08/02/2012 08:07 am ET Updated Aug 02, 2012

Olympics Schedule: Women's Gymnastics, Table Tennis Among Events To Watch On August 2

Men's Table Tennis: The men's singles gold medal match goes down at 10 a.m. and with top seed Jike Zhang and No. 2 Hao Wang in the finals, China will sweep men's and women's singles no matter what. If this match is anything like the women's singles match, we're in for a show. We may even see another yellow or red card. ONLINE

Men's Basketball: LeBron James and Kobe Bryant combined for only nine points against Tunisia. It could easily be a different story against Nigeria at 5 p.m. ET. After LeBron spent his day off watching the women's basketball team dominate and Kevin Durant rooted on U.S. beach volleyball, they may be relaxed and ready to put on another show. Or, the they might get even more time to relax on the bench while other stars like Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook entertain the crowd. It's really a win-win.

Arhcery: The round of 16 in the women's singles tournament begins early on Thursday, but the final showdown will is scheduled for 10:37 a.m. The highest seed left is No. 2 Bo Bae Ki of South Korea, but she might not cruise to the final if China's Ming Cheng reaches the semis. The women's team out of South Korea took the team gold for the seventh consecutive Olympics. Will someone from that team take home the individual gold too?

Women's Individual All-Around: With Jordyn Wieber out, the Women's Gymnastics Individual All-Around final may be up for grabs. Well, it may be up for grabs between a couple of Wieber's teammates. Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas finished in first and second, respectively, in the qualifying with Wieber coming in third. Will either of the two add some more hardware around their necks after winning the team final? 11:30 a.m ET ONLINE

Phelps vs. Lochte: The rivalry continues. Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will be competing against each other in the 200-meter Individual Medley at 3:19 p.m. Lochte finished in first place in the semifinal with Phelps coming in right behind him at second. For Phelps, it's his third chance to become the first male swimmer to win the same event in three straight Olympics. Just another record to add the all-time most decorated Olympian's legacy. ONLINE