Watch U.S. U-18 Team Live Tonight, 9 PM ET

UPDATE: The U.S. is in action again tonight against Mexico, a team that was blown out by the Argentines the other day. The stream will likely start closer to 9 P.M. EST. The hyperlink below still works.

Quick hitter here, everyone. The United States Under 18 National Team is competing in the 2010 FIBA Americas Championships for the next several days, and our first official game is tonight, 8 p.m. ET, versus the Virgin Islands.

Thankfully, Americans depressed over today’s soccer loss against Ghana can revel in what should be a dominant performance by the good guys.

FibaAmericas.com is broadcasting tonight’s games from their website. Click the video under “Top Stories” to watch streaming action. You can even go fullscreen! Wow, technology.

2010 commitments Kyrie Irving and Josh Hairston are on the roster, as well as 2011 top prospects Austin Rivers, Quincy Miller, and Amir Williams. This is a great opportunity to see what Irving and Hairston can bring to the table next year—and what 2011’s recruiting haul may look like.

C-T will be covering the action via our twitter. If you enjoyed our live tweets of the NBA Draft the other night, check it out for more humorous and serious coverage while watching the game.