The U.S. women's basketball team has been about as dominant as anyone through the first few days of the 2012 Olympics.
Team USA is 2-0 at the London Games, defeating Angola and Croatia by an average of 38.5 points per contest. It's been 20 years since the women's team lost a game in the Olympics and they are 52-3 all-time since women's basketball became an Olympic sport in 1976.
The U.S. women go for their 36th straight win in Olympic play as they take on Turkey on Tuesday afternoon. The game can be seen on the NBC Sports Network. If you can't get to a television, you can watch a free live stream online by clicking here.
Once again, Team USA is a heavy favorite to come away with the victory. They are 29-point favorites at most sportsbooks.
Candace Parker has led the way for the U.S. through the first two games, averaging 12.5 points and 12.5 rebounds per contest. Tina Charles has performed well, putting in 10 points and eight rebounds per game.
Turkey is led by Nevriye Yilmaz and Tugba Palazoglu. Yilmaz is known for her three-point prowess, shooting 45 percent from behind the arc. Yilmaz is solid in the post, standing at 6-foot-4, the tallest player on the roster.
The two clubs met a few weeks ago in an exhibition game. The U.S. struggled at times, winning 80-61 on July 22 in Istanbul, Turkey.
Tamika Catchings may be most familiar with the Turkish national team. She has spent multiple seasons playing professionally in Turkey during the WNBA offseason.