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USA Men's FIBA Americas U20 Championship Team All-Time Roster by Affiliation

  • Date:
    Oct 19, 2012

Arizona
Hassan Adams (2004)
Mustafa Shakur (2004)
Arizona State
Stevin Smith (1993)
Arkansas
Joe Johnson (2000)
Corliss Williamson (1993)
Auburn (AL)
Wesley Person (1993)
Baylor (TX)
Brian Skinner (1996)
Boston College (MA)
Bill Curley (1993)
Bradley (IL)
Anthony Parker (1996)
Cincinnati (OH)
Kenny Satterfield (2000)
Connecticut
Charlie Villanueva
Charlotte (NC)
Curtis Withers (2004)

DePaul (IL)
Bobby Simmons (2000)
Duke (NC)
Mike Dunleavy (2000)
Cherokee Parks (1993)
Jason Williams (2000)
Georgetown (DC)
Othella Harrington (1993)
Joey Brown (1993)
Gonzaga
Adam Morrison (2004)
Illinois
Brian Cook (2000)
Indiana
Bracey Wright (2004)
Kansas
Steve Woodberry (1993)
Nick Collison (2000)
Drew Gooden (2000)
Paul Pierce (1996)
Kentucky
Tayshaun Prince (2000)
Louisville
David Padgett (2004)
Marion High School (IL)
Zach Randolph (2000)
Maryland
Steve Blake (2000)
Michigan
Louis Bullock (1996)
Maurice Taylor (1996)
Michigan State
*Zach Randolph (2000)
Jason Richardson (2000)
North Carolina
Sean May (2004)
Notre Dame
Monty Williams (1993)
Providence (RI)
Austin Croshere (1996)
Stanford (CA)
Tim Young (1996)
Brevin Knight (1996)
Temple (PA)
Eddie Jones (1993)
Texas
P.J. Tucker (2004)
Texas Tech
Cory Carr (1996)
Tulsa (OK)
Shea Seals (1996)
UCLA
Toby Bailey (1996)
Villanova (PA)
Curtis Sumpter (2004)
Virginia
Cory Alexander (1993)
Wake Forest
Tim Duncan (1996)
Justin Gray (2004)
Chris Paul (2004)
Wyoming
Theo Ratliff (1993)

*Randolph had not yet matriculated to Michigan State, but competed there beginning in the fall of 2000.

NOTE: The FIBA U21 World Championship was originally the FIBA 22 and Under World Championship and designed for men 22-years-old or younger. FIBA lowered the age eligibility to 21-years-old or younger in December 1998 and changed the competition name to the World Championship for Young Men. In 2004 the name changed again to the FIBA U21 World Championship and the qualifying tournament was also renamed to the FIBA Americas U20 Championship.

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