55 NBA players are set to compete in the 2023 FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup

Anthony Edwards (USA) and Dennis Schröder (Germany) are among the 55 active NBA players who will represent their countries at the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023.

New York – In the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia on Friday, Aug. 25 – There are currently 55 NBA players on the national team roster for the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023, up from 54 on Sunday, September 10, 2019. The tournament will feature 106 combined current NBA players, NBA draftees and players with NBA experience, up from 103 in 2019.

Twenty-seven of the 32 participating national teams have at least one current NBA player, NBA draftee or player with NBA experience, and the national team roster includes 10 former NBA All-Stars: Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves; USA), Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder ; Canada), Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks; Slovenia), Rudy Gobert (Timberwolves; France), Tyrese Halliburton (Indiana Pacers; USA), Brandon Ingram (New Orleans Pelicans; USA), Jaren Jackson (USA), Memphis Grizzlies; USA), Lauri Markkanen (Utah Jazz; Finland), Karl-Anthony Towns (Timberwolves; Dominican Republic) and Nikola Vučević (Chicago Bulls; Montenegro).

Outside the United States, which has the most NBA players at 12, Australia has the most current NBA players (nine), followed by Canada (seven) and Germany (four).

Additional NBA stats and storylines for FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 include:

  • Twenty-four NBA teams are represented on the national roster, with the Orlando Magic, Jazz, Thunder and Timberwolves each having a league-high five players in the tournament, while the New York Knicks and Mavericks each have four.
  • The national team roster has 54 players with NBA G League experience.
  • The tournament features 16 players from the first three seasons, including 2023 BAL MVP Nuni Omod, who led Al Ahly (Egypt) to the 2023 BAL Championship and helped his native South Sudan qualify. The country’s first appearance at the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup. The BAL is a professional league run by the NBA and FIBA, which consists of 12 club teams from across Africa and completed its third season in May 2023.
  • Australia National Team and former NBA Global Academy teammates Josh Gidde (Thunder) and Tyson Daniels (Pelicans), current NBA Academy Africa student-athlete Kaman Maluach (South Sudan), NBA Global Academy graduate Qi Yongxi (China) and NBA Academy Latin America Participants Jean Montero (Dominican Republic) are poised to become the first current and former NBA Academy student-athletes to compete in the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup.
  • The national team roster includes 87 former Basketball Without Borders (BWB) campers. The BWB is the NBA and FIBA’s global basketball development and outreach program that has been held annually since 2001 and has seen 112 former campers advance to the NBA or WNBA.
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A total of 80 national teams from four regions – Africa, Americas, Europe and Asia (which includes Oceania) – competed in the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 qualifiers.

New this year, the NBA App and NBA.com will carry FIBA’s digital platform “Courtside 1891,” allowing fans in 20 countries and territories to purchase a FIBA ​​World Cup Pass and watch the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023. . Starting with the opening games and running through the final on August 25 and September 10, Courtside 1891’s FIBA ​​World Cup Pass will give fans access to live and on-demand games, extended highlights and top plays. Courtside 1891 FIBA ​​World Cup pass available for purchase NBA.com/WorldCupAnd the complete game schedule is available here NBA.com/FIBA.

Below is the complete list of current NBA players on the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 roster*:

Country NBA player NBA team
Angola Bruno Fernando Atlanta Hawks
Australia Patty Mills Atlanta Hawks
Australia Josh Green Dallas Mavericks
Australia Jack White Oklahoma City Thunder
Australia Joe Ingles Orlando Magic
Australia Tyson Daniels New Orleans Pelicans
Australia Josh Gidde Oklahoma City Thunder
Australia Matisse Thybulle Portland Trail Blazers
Australia Xavier Cooks Washington Wizards
Australia Dante Exum Dallas Mavericks
Canada Dwight Powell Dallas Mavericks
Canada Luquents there Oklahoma City Thunder
Canada Dillon Brooks Houston Rockets
Canada Nikhil Alexander-Walker Minnesota Timberwolves
Canada RJ Barrett New York Knicks
Canada Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Oklahoma City Thunder
Canada Kelly Olynyk Utah Jazz
China Kyle Anderson Minnesota Timberwolves
Dominican Republic Lester Quinones Golden State Warriors
Dominican Republic Carl-Anthony Cities Minnesota Timberwolves
Finland Larry Markkanen Utah Jazz
France Nicholas Bottom LA Clippers
France Rudy Gobert Minnesota Timberwolves
France Evan Fournier New York Knicks
Georgia Goga Bitadze Orlando Magic
Georgia Sandro Mamukelashvili San Antonio Spurs
Germany Daniel Thies Indiana Pacers
Germany Franz Wagner Orlando Magic
Germany Moritz Wagner Orlando Magic
Germany Dennis Schroeder Toronto Raptors
Greece Thanasis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks
Italy Simone Fontecchio Utah Jazz
Japan Judah Watanabe Phoenix Suns
Latvia Davis Bertons Oklahoma City Thunder
Lithuania Jonas Valanciunas New Orleans Pelicans
Montenegro Nikola Vucevic Chicago Bulls
Philippines Jordan Clarkson Utah Jazz
Serbia Bogdan Bogdanovic Atlanta Hawks
Serbia Nikola Jovic Miami Heat
Serbia Philip Petrushev Philadelphia 76ers
Slovenia Luka Doncic Dallas Mavericks
South Sudan Garlick Jones Chicago Bulls
Spain Shanti Altama Memphis Grizzlies
America Mikal Bridges Brooklyn Nets
America Cameron Johnson Brooklyn Nets
America Dyers Halliburton Indiana Pacers
America Austin Reeves Los Angeles Lakers
America Years Jackson Jr. Memphis Grizzlies
America Bobby Portis Milwaukee Bucks
America Anthony Edwards Minnesota Timberwolves
America Brandon Ingram New Orleans Pelicans
America Jalen Brunson New York Knicks
America Josh Hart New York Knicks
America Paulo Panchero Orlando Magic
America Walker Kessler Utah Jazz
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Below is the complete list of NBA draftees that NBA teams currently hold rights to on the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 roster*:

Country NAME rights
Brazil Qui Santos Golden State Warriors
China Wang Zelin New York Knicks
France Mathias Lessard New York Knicks
Italy Gabriel Procida Detroit Pistons
Italy Matthew is Spanish Minnesota Timberwolves
Lithuania Rogas Jocubaitis New York Knicks
Montenegro Bojan Dubljevic New York Knicks
Serbia Vanaja Marinkovic Memphis Grizzlies
Serbia Nikola Miludinov Brooklyn Nets
Spain Sergio Lull New York Knicks

Below is the complete list of former NBA players on the FIBA ​​Basketball World Cup 2023 roster*:

Country NAME
Australia Dante Exum
Brazil Marcelinho Huertas
Brazil Bruno Caboclo
Brazil Cristiano Felicio
Brazil Raul Neto
Canada Kyle Alexander
China So Qi
Dominican Republic Angel Delgado
France Nando de Colo
France Rat Okobo
France Yakub Otarah
France Guerschon Yabusele
Georgia Tornike Shengelia
Germany Isaac Bonga
Greece Kostas Papanikolaou
Greece Giorgos Papagiannis
Iran Hamed Haddadi
Italy Luigi Datum
Jordan Ronde Hollis Jefferson
Latvia Rodian Gurus
Latvia Dairy Bertons
Latvia Andrzej Pasechnik
Lebanon Omari Spellman
Lithuania Ignas Brazdeikis
Lithuania Mintakas Kuzminskas
Lithuania Donatas Motijunas
Lithuania David Servites
Mexico Jorge Gutierrez
Montenegro Marko Simonovic
Puerto Rico Tremont Waters
Puerto Rico John Holland
Serbia Marco Gudrick
Slovenia Michael Tobey
South Sudan Dear Gabriel
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South Sudan Mariel Shayok
Spain Alex Abrines
Spain Victor Claver
Spain Rodolfo Fernandez
Spain Usman Karuba
Spain Guillermo Hernangomez
Spain Juan Hernangomez

*As on August 24, 2023 (All lists subject to change)

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