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Men's FIBA AmeriCup -- All-Time Alphabetical Roster

  • Date:
    Nov 6, 2012

USA Men's All-Time FIBA AmeriCup Alphabetical Roster

A
Ray Allen 2003 Seattle SuperSonics
Carmelo Anthony 2007 Denver Nuggets
B
Vin Baker 1999 Seattle SuperSonics
Charles Barkley 1992 Phoenix Suns
Billy Baron 2017 UCAM Murcia (Spain)
Jerome Beasley 2005 Sioux Falls Skyforce
Corey Beck 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce
Charlie Bell 2005 Leche Rio (Spain)
Mike Bibby 2003 Sacramento Kings
Chauncey Billups 2007 Detroit Pistons
Larry Bird 1992 Boston Celtics
Elton Brand 2003 Los Angeles Clippers

1999 Chicago Bulls/Duke
Alec Brown 2017 Windy City Bulls
Kobe Bryant 2007 Los angeles Lakers
Matt Bullard 1989 Iowa
Evers Burns 1997 Oklahoma City Cavalry
C
Vince Carter 2003 Toronto Raptors
Tyson Chandler 2007 New Orleans Hornets
Zylan Cheatham 2022 Birmingham Squadron
Adam Chubb 2005 Ulsan Phoebus (Korea)
Gary Clark 2022 Birmingham Squadron
Norris Cole 2022 Atléticos de San Germán (Puerto Rico)
Nick Collison 2003 Seattle Supersonics/Kansas
Tom Copa 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds
Chris Corchiani 1989 North Carolina State
D
Antonio Davis 1989 Texas-El Paso
Will Davis II 2022 College Park Skyhawks
Greg Dennis 1989 East Tennessee State
Larry Drew II 2017 Sioux Falls Skyforce
Clyde Drexler 1992 Portland Trail Blazers
Tim Duncan 2003 San Antonio Spurs

1999 San Antonio Spurs
E
Tyus Edney 2005 Lottomatica Roma (Italy)
Harold Ellis 1993 Quad City Thunder
Patrick Ewing 1992 New York Knicks
F
Jim Farmer 1997 Fort Wayne Fury
Noel Felix 2005 Yakama Suns
G
Kevin Garnett 1999 Minnesota Timberwolves
Lynn Greer 2005 Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
Adrian Griffin 1997 Connecticut Pride
Tom Gugliotta 1999 Phoenix Suns
H
Richard Hamilton 1999 Washington Wizards/Connecticut
Tang Hamilton 2005 Fayetteville Patriots
Tim Hardaway 1999 Miami Heat
Reggie Hearn 2017 Reno Bighorns
Darrun Hilliard 2017 Detroit Pistons
Jonathan Holmes 2017 Canton Charge
Kermit Holmes 1997 Oklahoma City Cavalry
Allan Houston 1999 New York Knicks
Dwight Howard 2007 Orlando Magic
I
Allen Iverson 2003 Philadelphia 76ers
J
LeBron James 2007 Cleveland Cavaliers
Richard Jefferson 2003 New Jersey Nets
Chris Jent 1993 Columbus Horizon
Earvin Johnson 1992 Los Angeles Lakers
Michael Jordan 1992 Chicago Bulls
Reggie Jordan 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce

1993 Grand Rapids Hoops
K
Jason Kidd 2007, New Jersey Nets

2003, New Jersey Nets

1999 Phoenix Suns
L
Anthony Lamb 2022 Rio Grande Valley Vipers
Rusty LaRue 1997 Idaho Stampede
Christian Laettner 1992 Minnesota Timberwolves
  1989 Duke
Kris Lang 2005 Unicaja Malaga (Spain)
M
Karl Malone 1992 Utah Jazz
Kendall Marshall 2017 Reno Bighorns
Anthony Martin 1993 Rockford Lightning
Bobby Martin 1993 Quad City Thunder
Erik Martin 1997 Idaho Stampede
Kenyon Martin 2003 New Jersey Nets
Frank Mason III 2022 Wisconsin Herd
Rod Mason 1993 Omaha Racers
Jason Matthews 1989 Pittsburgh
Patrick McCaw 2022 Delaware Blue Coats
Mike McDonald 1997 Grand Rapids Hoops
aaron McGhee 2005 Pusan KTF (Korea)
Tracy McGrady 2003 Orlando Magic
Jodie Meeks 2022 Raptors 905
Russ Millard 1997 LaCrosse Catbirds
Mike Miller 2007 Memphis Grizzlies
Rodney Monroe 1989 North Carolina State
Chris Mullin 1992 Golden State Warriors
Xavier Munford 2017 Greensboro Swarm
N
Craig Neal 1993 Fort Wayne Fury
O
Jermaine O’Neal 2003 Indiana Pacers
Billy Owens 1989 Syracuse
P
Jeremy Pargo 2022 Windy City Bulls
Gary Payton 1999 Seattle SuperSonics

1989 Oregon State
Elijah Pemberton 2022 Santa Cruz Warriors
Elliot Perry 1989 Memphis State
Marque Perry 2005 Olympicos (Greece)
Scottie Pippen 1992 Chicago Bulls
Marshall Plumlee 2017 New York Knicks
Tayshaun Prince 2007 Detroit Pistons
R
Brian Rahilly 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds
Eldridge Recasner 1993 Yakima Sun Kings
Michael Redd 2007 Milwaukee Bucks
David Robinson 1992 San Antonio Spurs
S
Jason Sasser 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce
Alex Scales 2005 Samsung (Korea)
Lionel Simmons 1989 LaSalle
Ron Slay 2005 Asheville Altitude
Doug Smith 1989 Missouri
Steve Smith 1999 Atlanta Hawks
John Stockton 1992 Utah Jazz
Amare’ Stoudemire 2007 Phoenix Suns
Craig Sword 2022 Capital City Go-Go
Wally Szczerbiak 1999 Minnesota Timberwolves/Miami (OH)
W
Jamal Warney 2017 Texas Legands
Kelsey Weems 1993 Oklahoma City Cavalry
Tony White 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds
C.J. Williams 2017 Texas Legends
Deron Williams 2007 Utah Jazz
Reggie Williams 2017 Oklahoma City Blue
Travis Williams 1997 Florida Beachdogs
Z
Stephen Zimmerman 2022 Cairns Taipasns (Australia)

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.

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