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Team USA player pool for Paris 2024 Olympics includes James, Durant, Curry, Leonard

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USA Basketball made a significant announcement, revealing a formidable 41-player pool for the 2024 edition of Team USA, set to compete at the Paris Olympic Games.

The list of players was picked by USA Basketball Men’s National Team managing director Grant Hill and is subject to change.

The player pool includes:

  1. Bam Adebayo
  2. Jarrett Allen
  3. Paolo Banchero
  4. Desmond Bane
  5. Scottie Barnes
  6. Devin Booker
  7. Mikal Bridges
  8. Jaylen Brown
  9. Jalen Brunson
  10. Jimmy Butler
  11. Alex Caruso
  12. Stephen Curry
  13. Anthony Davis
  14. Kevin Durant
  15. Anthony Edwards
  16. Joel Embiid
  17. De’Aaron Fox
  18. Paul George
  19. Aaron Gordon
  20. Tyrese Haliburton
  21. James Harden
  22. Josh Hart
  23. Tyler Herro
  24. Jrue Holiday
  25. Chet Holmgren
  26. Brandon Ingram
  27. Kyrie Irving
  28. Jaren Jackson Jr.
  29. LeBron James
  30. Cam Johnson
  31. Walker Kessler
  32. Kawhi Leonard
  33. Damian Lillard
  34. Donovan Mitchell
  35. Chris Paul
  36. Bobby Portis
  37. Austin Reaves
  38. Duncan Robinson
  39. Jayson Tatum
  40. Derrick White
  41. Trae Young

Heading the coaching staff for the 2024 USA Men’s National Team is the accomplished Steve Kerr from the Golden State Warriors, with notable assistance from Mark Few, Tyronn Lue, and Erik Spoelstra.

This coaching quartet recently guided Team USA to a fourth-place finish at the 2023 FIBA World Cup, earning the ticket to the Paris Olympics as one of the top two nations from the FIBA Americas zone.

Team USA will engage in a showcase event against Canada at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on July 10. Following the Las Vegas showdown, Team USA will embark on an international training window, featuring exhibition games against South Sudan on July 20 and Germany on July 22 at London’s O2 Arena.

The American men aim for an unprecedented fifth consecutive Olympic gold medal, marking their 17th overall.

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