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4 to Watch: It's Been Rio

Here are four events to watch in Sunday's action at the 2016 Rio Olympics

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Olympics competition draws to a close on Sunday with the men's marathon and basketball medals still up for grabs. 

Here are our 4 to Watch for Sunday:

1. Men's Basketball Final

The path to the gold medal game hasn't been smooth for the men's basketball team. But a gold medal could bring some of the shine back to this team of All-Stars. Compton's DeMar DeRozan, of the Raptors, the Clipper's DeAndre Jordan, Golden State guard Klay Thompson, of Los Angeles, and Palmdale's Paul George, now a Pacer, are some of the players with Southern California connections.

WATCH (11:15 a.m.): Live Stream | NBC

2. Marathon Meb


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UCLA's Meb Keflezighi is entering his fourth Olympics after winning silver in London. Keflezighi will join U.S. Trials winner Galen Rupp in Team USA's quest for medals. At 41, Keflezighi will be the oldest U.S. marathoner in Olympic history.

WATCH (5:30 a.m.): Live Stream | NBC

3. Men's Volleyball Bonze Medal Match

The men’s volleyball team will try to rebound from a crushing five-set-semifinal loss to Italy when they take on Russia. The Anaheim-based squad will do their best to leave Rio with a bronze medal.

WATCH (5:30 p.m.): Live Stream | NBC Sports Network

4. Closing Ceremony

The Closing Ceremony brings an end to the Games of the 31st Olympiad. The torch will be passed to Tokyo, the host city for the 2020 Summer Games, then the Olympic flame will go out in Rio de Janeiro.

WATCH (8 p.m.): NBC

Also on Sunday:

The rhythmic gymnastics group final and victory ceremony.

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