The United States men’s basketball team looks very beatable with just 10 days remaining until the Opening Ceremony for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. In search of a fourth straight gold medal, Team USA has gone winless in its first two exhibition matchups for the Summer Games.

On Saturday, July 10, Nigeria stunned Team USA with a 90-87 victory at Las Vegas’ Michelob ULTRA Arena. Considering the Americans were favored by nearly 30 points, the game was one of the greatest upsets in the history of international basketball. 

Two nights later, it was Australia that got the better of Team USA. The U.S was defeated 91-83, dropping its exhibition record to 0-2.

“Everybody expects us to win every game,”  Team USA head coach Gregg Popovich said after Monday's loss, via the Washington Post. “That puts some pressure on you. For a new group, in tough circumstances, I thought they did a good job of not getting down, not blaming anybody, and just playing. That will go a long way,” 

It marked the fourth loss for Team USA in its last five games. The losing skid dates back to the 2019 World Cup, where the collection of NBA stars finished in seventh place.

Expectations are much higher for this version of Team USA, which is more talented and features several All-NBA players. Kevin Durant, Damian Lillard and Bradley Beal lead the roster. Three members of the roster are currently not with the team as they compete in the NBA Finals.

Team USA has three more chances to gel and tune up in Las Vegas before heading to Tokyo for meaningful games. On Tuesday, Team USA faces Argentina. Argentina won the gold medal at the 2004 Athens Games, becoming the only team over the last three decades to stop the U.S. from finishing in first place. 

Here’s a look at the complete exhibition schedule for Team USA. Each game can be seen on NBC Sports Network and with the NBC Sports mobile app.

Team USA Olympic Exhibition Schedule 

Saturday, July 10: Nigeria over USA, 90-87

Monday, July 12: Australia over USA, 91-83

Tuesday, July 13: USA vs. Argentina, 6 p.m. EDT (NBC Sports Network)

Friday, July 16: USA vs. Australia, 6 p.m. EDT (NBC Sports Network)

Sunday, July 18: USA vs. Spain, 9 p.m. EDT (NBC Sports Network)

Team USA Basketball Durant (L-R) Head coach Gregg Popovich, Kevin Love #11, Draymond Green #14, Damian Lillard #6 and Kevin Durant #7 of the 2021 USA Basketball Men's National Team practice at the Mendenhall Center at UNLV as the team gets ready for the Tokyo Olympics on July 7, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images