What we'll see
Anthony Davis and the U.S. men's basketball team go for the gold against Spain (10 a.m., NBC-18) in the most-anticipated event on the final day of the London Olympics. The closing ceremony later in the day brings all the fun to an end. (7 p.m., NBC-18)
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The talk of Rory McIlroy becoming the next Tiger Woods took less than a year to dissipate after McIlroy's 2011 U.S. Open title. Expect a revival if the 23-year-old can finish the job Sunday in the PGA Championship. (11 a.m., TNT; 2 p.m., CBS-27)
The 2012 high school football season kicks off around Kentucky with six of Lexington's seven teams in action. Bryan Station is at Anderson County, Henry Clay hosts John Hardin, Lafayette is home against Mason County, Lexington Catholic travels to Bell County, Lexington Christian hosts Louisville Christian, and Tates Creek is at West Jessamine. Paul Laurence Dunbar kicks off its season the following week.
The Cincinnati Bengals visit the Atlanta Falcons for their second exhibition game. It can't go worse than Friday's opener, in which the Bengals saw three starters go down with injuries. Can it? (8 p.m.)