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Men's FIBA AmeriCup -- All-Time Roster by Affiliation

  • Date:
    Nov 6, 2012

USA Men's All-Time FIBA AmeriCup Roster By Affiliation

Alabama
Jim Farmer (1997)
Arizona
Mike Bibby (2003)
Richard Jefferson (2003)
Arizona State
Zylan Cheatham (2022)
Atléticos de San Germán (PUR)
Norris Cole (2022)
Arkansas
Corey Beck (1997)
Asheville Altitude
Ron Slay (2005)
Atlanta Hawks
Steve Smith (1999)
Auburn
Charles Barkley (1992)
Birmingham Squadron
Zylan Cheatham (2022)
Gary Clark (2022)
Boston Celtics
Larry Bird (1992)
 Cairns Taipasns (Australia)
Stephen Zimmerman (2022)
California
Jason Kidd (1999, 2003, 2007)
Canisius
Billy Baron (2017)
Canton Charge
Jonathan Holmes (2017)
Capital City Go-Go
Craig Sword (2022)
Central Arkansas
Scott Pippen (1992)
Chicago Bulls
Elton Brand (1999)
Michael Jordan (1992)
Scottie Pippen (1992)
Cincinnati
Gary Clark (2022)
Kenyon Martin (2003)
Erik Martin (1997)
Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron James (2007)
Cleveland State
Norris Cole (2022)
College Park Skyhawks
Will Davis II (2022)
Colorado
Chauncey Billups (2007)
Columbus Horizon
Chris Jent (1993)
Connecticut
Ray Allen (2003)
Richard Hamilton (1999)
Connecticut Pride
Adrian Griffin (1997)
Creighton
Rod Mason (1993)
Cypress Creek H.S. (FL)
Amare’ Stoudemire (2007)
Delaware Blue Coats
Patrick McCaw (2022)
Denver Nuggets
Carmelo Anthony (2007)
Detroit Pistons
Chauncey Billups (2007)
Darrun Hilliard (2017)
Tayshaun Prince (2007)
Dominguez H.S. (CA)
Tyson Chandler (2007
Duke
Elton Brand (1999, 2003)
Christian Laettner (1989, 1992)
Marshall Plumlee (2017)
Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
Lynn Greer (2005)
East Tennessee State
Greg Dennis (1989)
Eau Claire H.S. (SC)
Jermaine O’Neal (2003)
Farragut Academy (IL)
Kevin Garnett (1999)
Fayetteville Patriots
Tang Hamilton (2005)
Florida
Mike Miller (2007)
Florida Beachdogs
Travis Williams (1997)
Fort Wayne Fury
Jim Farmer (1997)
Craig Neal (1993)
Fresno State
Noel Felix (2005)
Georgetown
Patrick Ewing (1992)
Allen Iverson (2003)
Georgia Tech
Craig Neal (1993)
Golden State Warriors
Chris Mullin (1992)
Gonzaga
Jeremy Pargo (2022)
John Stockton (1992)
Grand Rapids Hoops
Reggie Jordan (1993)
Mike McDonald (1997)
Green Bay
Alec Brown (2017)
Greensboro Swarm
Xavier Munford (2017)
Hartford
Vin Baker (1999)
Hofstra
Elijah Pemberton (2022)
Houston Rockets
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Idaho Stampede
Rusty LaRue (1997)
Eric Martin (1997)
Illinois
Deron Williams (2007)
Indiana Pacers
Jermaine O’Neal (2003)
Indiana State
Larry Bird (1992)
Iowa
Matt Bullard (1989)
Russ Millard (1997)
Kansas
Nick Collison (2003)
Frank Mason III (2022)
Kentucky
Jodie Meeks (2022)
Tayshaun Prince (2007)
LaCrosse Catbirds
Tom Copa (1993)
Russ Millard (1997)
Brian Rahilly (1993)
Tony White (1993)
LaSalle
Lionel Simmons (1989)
Leche Rio (Spain)
Charlie Bell (2005)
Los Angeles Clippers
Elton Brand (2003)
Los Angeles Lakers
Kobe Bryant (2007)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Lottomatica Roma (Italy)
Tyus Edney (2005)
Louisiana Tech
Karl Malone (1992)
Lower Merion H.S. (PA)
Kobe Bryant (2007)
Maryland
Evers Burns (1997)
Marquette
Tom Copa (1993)
Memphis Grizzlies
Mike Miller (2007)
Memphis State
Elliot Perry (1989)
Miami (OH)
Wally Szczerbiak (1999)
Miami Heat
Tim Hardaway (1999)
Michigan State
Charlie Bell (2005)
Steve Smith (1999)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Milwaukee Bucks
Michael Redd (2007)
Minnesota Timberwolves
Kevin Garnett (1999)
Christian Laettner (1992)
Wally Szczerbiak (1999)
Mississippi State
Tang Hamilton (2005)
Craig Sword (2022)
Missouri
Doug Smith (1989)
Morehouse
Harold Ellis (1993)
Mount Zion Christian Academy (NC)
Tracy McGrady (2003)
New Jersey Nets
Richard Jefferson (2003)
Jason Kidd (2003, 2007)
Kenyon Martin (2003)
New Mexico State
Reggie Jordan (1993, 1997)
New Orleans
Tyson Chandler (2007)
Mike McDonald (1997)
New York Knicks
Patrick Ewing (1992)
Allan Houston (1999)
Marshall Plumlee (2017)
North Carolina
Vince Carter (2003)
Michael Jordan (1992)
Kris Lang (2005)
Kendall Marshall (2017)
North Dakota
Jerome Beasley (2005)
North Carolina State
Chris Corchiani (1989)
Tom Gugliotta (1999)
Rodney Monroe (1989)
Kelsey Weems (1993)
C.J. Williams (2017)
Northwestern
Reggie Hearn (2017)
Ohio State
Chris Jent (1993)
Michael Redd (2007)
Oklahoma
Kermit Holmes (1997)
Anthony Martin (1993)
Aaron McGhee (2005)
Oklahoma City Blue
Reggie Williams (2017)
Oklahoma City Cavalry
Evers Burns (1997)
Kermit Holmes (1997)
Kelsey Weems (1993)
Olympicos (Greece)
Marque Perry (2005)
Omaha Racers
Rod Mason (1993)
Oregon
Alex Scales (2005)
Oregon State
Gary Payton (1989, 1999)
Orlando Magic
Dwight Howard (2007)
Tracy McGrady (2003)
Pennsylvania
Adam Chubb (2005)
Philadelphia 76ers
Allen Iverson (2003)
Phoenix Suns
Charles Barkley (1992)
Tom Gugliotta (1999)
Jason Kidd (1999)
Amare’ Stoudemire (2007)
Pittsburgh
Bobby Martin (1995)
Jason Matthews (1989)
Portland Trail Blazers
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Pusan KTF (Korea)
Aaron McGhee (2005)
Quad City Thunder
Harold Ellis (1993)
Bobby Martin (1993)
Raptors 905
Jodie Meeks (2022)
Reno Bighorns
Reggie Hearn (2017)
Kendall Marshall (2017)
Rhode Island
Xavier Munford (2017)
 Rio Grande Valley Vipers
Anthony Lamb (2022)
Rockford Lightning
Anthony Martin (1993)
St. Vincent-St. Mary H.S. (OH)
LeBron James (2007)
Sacramento Kings
Mike Bibby (2003)
Saint Louis
Marque Perry (2005)
Samsung (Korea)
Alex Scales (2005)
San Antonio Spurs
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003)
David Robinson (1992)
 Santa Cruz Warriors
Elijah Pemberton (2022)
St. John’s
Chris Mullin (1992)
Seattle SuperSonics
Ray Allen (2003)
Vin Baker (1999)
Nick Collison (2003)
Gary Payton (1999)
Seton Hall
Adrian Griffin (1997)
Sioux Falls Skyforce
Jerome Beasley (2005)
Corey Beck (1997)
Larry Drew II (2017)
Reggie Jordan (1997)
Jason Sasser (1997)
South Carolina State
Travis Williams (1997)
Southwest Atlanta Christian Acdemy (GA)
Dwight Howard (2007)
Stony Brook
Jameel Warney (2017)
Syracuse
Carmelo Anthony (2007)
Billy Owens (1989)
Temple
Lynn Greer (2005)
Tennessee
Allan Houston (1999)
Ron Slay (2005)
Tony White (1993)
Texas
Jonathan Holmes (2017)
Texas El-Paso
Antonio Davis (1989)
Tim Hardaway (1999)
Texas Legends
Jameel Warney (2017)
C.J. Williams (2017)
Texas Tech
Jason Sasser (1997)
Toronto Raptors
Vince Carter (2003)
Tulsa
Brian Rahilly (1993)
UCAM Murcia (Spain)
Billy Baron (2017)
UC Irvine
Will Davis II (2022)
UCLA
Larry Drew II (2017)
Tyus Edney (2005)
U.S. Naval Academy
David Robinson (1992)
Ulsan Phoebus (Korea)
Adam Chubb (2005)
Unicaja Malaga (Spain)
Kris Lang (2005)
UNLV
Patrick McCaw (2022)
Stephen Zimmerman (2022)
Utah Jazz
Karl Malone (1992)
John Stockton (1992)
Deron Williams (2007)
Vermont
Anthony Lamb (2022) 
Villanova
Darrun Hilliard (2017)
Virginia Military Academy
Reggie Williams (2017)
Wake Forest
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003)
Rusty LaRue (1997)
Washington
Eldridge Recasner (1993)
Washington Wizards
Richard Hamilton (1999)
Windy City Bulls
Alec Brown (2017)
Jeremy Pargo (2022)
Wisconsin Herd
Frank Mason III (2022)
Yakama Suns
Noel Felix (2005)
Eldridge Recasner (1993)

NOTE: Previously known as the Tournament of Americas and FIBA Americas Championship, from 1980-2015 the FIBA zone event served as a qualifying tournament for the upcoming Olympics or FIBA World Cup. FIBA changed its World Cup qualifying procedures and renamed the tournament in 2017 to the FIBA AmeriCup, which still serves as a championship event for the Americas zone. </p>

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