Parker of Team USA challenges Caglar of Team Turkey during their Olympic women's exhibition basketball game
Parker of Team USA challenges Caglar of Team Turkey during their Olympic women's exhibition basketball game Reuters

With one win already in the books, the USA women's basketball team will face Angola Monday night at 5:15 p.m. ET in its second match of the 2012 Olympic Games.

The game will be televised live on the NBC Sports Network. You can watch a live stream online here.

The United States has not lost an Olympic women's basketball game since falling to the Unified Team in 1992 in the bronze medal game and has since won 34 in a row, including an 81-56 win over Croatia on Saturday. Team USA is 51-3 all-time since women's basketball became an Olympic sport in 1976.

Angola, on the other hand, is appearing in its first Olympics. They lost their first match to Turkey on Saturday, 72-50.

This will be the first time that Angola and the United States have ever faced each other in women's basketball.

In its first time out in the 2012 games, UConn alumna Tina Charles led a balanced attack, scoring 14 points and hauling in 10 rebounds as one of four players in double figures for Team USA. Candace Parker grabbed 13 boards of her own as the United States out-rebounded Croatia 57-32.

Sue Bird was the team leader at the guard spot. She tallied five assists to go along with her five points. Angel McCoughtry added 11 points for Team USA.

The United States used a 16-0 fourth quarter run to seal what had been a close game throughout and mask early shooting struggles.

For Angola, Nacissela Mauricio was the leading scorer against Turkey, posting an 11-point performance. As a team, Angola struggled mightily on the offensive end, shooting just 34.5 percent overall and 20 percent from three. They also committed 22 turnovers compared to just five team assists.

Sonia Guadalupe and Felizarda Jorge are also players to watch for Angola. Guadalupe averaged 11 points per game in the 2011 African Championship, which allowed Angola to qualify for the Olympics, while Jorge averaged about nine per game.

Nadir Manuel and Luisa Tomas are the team's key rebounders, though the United States owns a definitive size advantage.