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Does anybody know what the schedule is for the 2012 London olympics for Team USA in basketball? And what channel it is on and what time it is on on Time Warner Cable?

I know they have the LIVE EXTRA option this year to stream all events live on their site and with their apps on your phones or tablets, but I’m reading that the only way to use this feature is if you pay for a cable provider.
I’m wondering if there is any way to get these same features. I don’t mind if I have to pay for the app or pay a subscription for the month or something. I just want to be able to enjoy the Olympics, but don’t have cable.
Thanks!

i live in the united states and want a way to watch australian rules football but have not been able to find a good way. if anyone knows of a way (especially if its free) to watch some of the games it would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

i live in the united states and want a way to watch australian rules football but have not been able to find a good way. if anyone knows of a way (especially if its free) to watch some of the games it would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

trying to upload things from fifa 11 replay theatre, onto youtube, using transfer cable, how do u do this?

Help! We Pay Too Much For Cable…?

I’ve been trying to get my parents to switch over from the (ridiculously expensive) plan they currently have to either Hulu or Netflix. The only problem with this is that my father loves watching football and baseball when those sports are in season. Do either of these providers offer a sort of sports channel when these sports are on? If not, is there a way for Dad to get his sports without paying through the nose for them?

Bulgarian football is managed by owners of the Maffia who make use of it to bleach money and to improve their own image, according to diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks and published on the Web site of the Spanish newspaper El Pais.Le report/ratio entitled “Bulgarian football receives a red paperboard for corruption” was sent last January by the embassy from the United States in Sofia. “It is largely estimated that the Bulgarian football clubs are controlled directly or indirectly by figures of organized criminality which use the teams like a means of being made legitimate, to bleach money or to be made fast money”, according to the cable.

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