U.S. Men's Olympic All-Time Roster by Affiliation

  • Date:
    Aug 24, 2016

Alabama
Antonio McDyess (2000)
Arkansas
Gordon Carpenter (1948)
Joe Kleine (1984)
R. C. Pitts (1948)
Alvin Robertson (1984)
Arizona
Andre Iguodala (2012)
Richard Jefferson (2004)
Arizona State
Joe Caldwell (1964)
James Harden (2012)
Alton Lister (1980)
Auburn (AL)
Charles Barkley (1996, 1992)
Baylor (TX)
Jack Robinson (1948)
Boston Celtics
Larry Bird (1992)
Bradley (IL)
Hersey Hawkins (1988)
California State Fullerton
Leon Wood (1984)
California
Shareef Abdur-Rahim (2000)
Darrall Imoff (1960)
Jason Kidd (2000, 2008)
Central Arkansas
Scottie Pippen (1996, 1992)
Central Michigan
Daniel Majerle (1988)
Charlotte Bobcats
Emeka Okafor (2004)
Chicago Bulls
Jimmy Butler (2016)
Michael Jordan (1992)
Scottie Pippen (1996, 1992)
Chicago Jamaco Saints
George Wilson (1964)
Cincinnati (OH)
Oscar Robertson (1960)
George Wilson (1964)
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kyrie Irving (2016)
LeBron James (2004, 2008)
Colorado
Burdette Haldorson (1960, 1956)
Robert Jeangerard (1956)
Connecticut
Ray Allen (2000)
Emeka Okafor (2004)
Creighton (NE)
Willard Schmidt (1936)
Cypress Creek High School (FL)
Amare Stoudemire (2004)
Dallas Mavericks
Harrison Barnes (2016)
Jason Kidd (2008)
Denver (CO)
Vincent Boryla (1948)
Denver Nuggets
Carmelo Anthony (2004, 2008)
Vincent Boryla (1948)
Andre Iguodala (2012)
Antonio McDyess (2000)
DePaul (IL)
Mark Aguirre (1980)
Detroit Pistons
Grant Hill (1996)
Tayshaun Prince (2008)
Dominguez High School (CA)
Tyson Chandler (2012)
Duke (NC)
Mike Armstrong (1976)
Carlos Boozer (2004, 2008)
Grant Hill (1996)
Kyrie Irving (2016)
Christian Laettner (1992)
Jeff Mullins (1964)
Fresno State (CA)
Paul George (2016)
Georgetown College (KY)
Kenny Davis (1972)
Georgetown University (DC)
Patrick Ewing (1992, 1984)
Allen Iverson (2004)
Alonzo Mourning (2000)
Charles E. Smith IV (1988)
Georgia
Willie Anderson (1988)
Vern Fleming (1984)
Georgia Tech
Chris Bosh (2008)
Stephon Marbury (2004)
Golden State Warriors
Kevin Durant (2016)
Draymond Green (2016)
Chris Mullin (1992)
Klay Thompson (2016)
Gonzaga (WA)
John Stockton (1996, 1992)
Goodyear Wingfoots (OH)
Larry Brown (1964)
Richard Davies (1964)
Calvin Fowler (1968)
James King (1968)
Pete McCaffrey (1964)
Hartford (CT)
Vin Baker (2000)
Houston (TX)
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Dwight Jones (1972)
Hakeem Olajuwon (1996)
Ken Spain (1968)
Houston Rockets
Hakeem Olajuwon (1996)
Illinois
Ronald Bontemps (1952)
Deron Williams (2008, 2012)
Illinois State
Doug Collins (1972)
Indiana
Steve Alford (1984)
Walter Bellamy (1960)
Quinn Buckner (1976)
Scott May (1976)
Isiah Thomas (1980)
Indiana Pacers
Paul George (2016)
Reggie Miller (1996)
Indiana State
Larry Bird (1992)
Iowa
Carl Cain (1956)
Charles Darling (1956)
Iowa State
Jeff Grayer (1988)
Kansas
Charles Hoag (1952)
William Hougland (1956, 1952)
John Keller (1952)
Allen Kelley (1960)
Melvin Kelley (1952)
Robert Kenney (1952)
William Lienhard (1952)
Clyde Lovellette (1952)
Danny Manning (1988)
Darnell Valentine (1980)
Joseph White (1968)
Kansas State
Rolando Blackman (1980)
Robert Boozer (1960)
Mitch Richmond (1996, 1988)
Kansas Wesleyan
William Wheatley (1936)
Kentucky
Clifford Barker (1948)
Ralph Beard (1948)
Sam Bowie (1980)
DeMarcus Cousins (2016)
Anthony Davis (2012)
William Evans (1956)
Alex Groza (1948)
Wallace Jones (1948)
Tayshaun Prince (2008)
Kenneth Rollins (1948)
Adrian Smith (1960)
LaSalle College (PA)
Michael Brooks (1980)
Long Beach State (CA)
Ed Ratleff (1972)
Los Angeles J. C. (CA)
Art Mollner (1936)
Los Angeles Clippers
DeAndre Jordan (2016)
Chris Paul (2012)
Los Angeles Lakers
Kobe Bryant (2008, 2012)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Lamar Odom (2004)
Louisiana State
Richard Davies (1964)
Shaquille O'Neal (1996)
Louisiana Tech
Karl Malone (1996, 1992)
Louisville (KY)
Rodney McCray (1980)
Lower Merion High School (PA)
Kobe Bryant (2008, 2012)
Marathon Oil (IL)
Kenny Davis (1972)
Marquette (WI)
Jimmy Butler (2016)
Frank McCabe (1952)
Dwyane Wade (2004, 2008)
Maryland
Tom McMillen (1972)
Steven Sheppard (1976)
Buck Williams (1980)
McPherson Globe Refiners (KS)
Joe Fortenberry (1936)
John Gibbons (1936)
Francis Johnson (1936)
Jack Ragland (1936)
Willard Schmidt (1936)
William Wheatley (1936)
Memphis (TN)
Anfernee Hardaway (1996)
Miami Heat
Tim Hardaway (2000)
LeBron James (2012)
Alonzo Mourning (2000)
Dwyane Wade (2004, 2008)
Michigan
John Clawson (1968)
Phil Hubbard (1976)
Michigan State
Draymond Green (2016)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Steve Smith (2000)
Milwaukee Bucks
Ray Allen (2000)
Michael Redd (2008)
Minnesota
Jim Brewer (1972)
Minnesota Timberwolves
Kevin Garnett (2000)
Kevin Love (2012)
Missouri
Dan Pippin (1952)
Nevada-Las Vegas
Stacey Augmon (1988)
Shawn Marion (2004)
Brooklyn Nets/New Jersey Nets
Richard Jefferson (2004)
Deron Williams (2012)
New Orleans Hornets
Anthony Davis (2012)
Chris Paul (2008)
New York
Raymond Lumpp (1948)
New York Knicks
Carmelo Anthony (2012, 2016)
Tyson Chandler (2012)
Patrick Ewing (1992)
Allan Houston (2000)
Stephon Marbury (2004)
North Carolina
Harrison Barnes (2016)
Larry Brown (1964)
Vince Carter (2000)
Walter Davis (1976)
Phil Ford (1976)
Bobby Jones (1972)
Michael Jordan (1992, 1984)
Mitch Kupchak (1976)
Tom LaGarde (1976)
Sam Perkins (1984)
J. R. Reid (1988)
Charles Scott (1968)
Al Wood (1980)
North Carolina State
Tommy Burleson (1972)
Kenny Carr (1976)
Northeast Louisiana
Glynn Saulters (1968)
Notre Dame (IN)
Adrian Dantley (1976)
Bill Hanzlik (1980)
Oklahoma
Marcus Freiberger (1952)
Wayne Glasgow (1952)
Lester Lane (1960)
Wayman Tisdale (1984)
Oklahoma City Thunder
Kevin Durant (2012)
James Harden (2012)
Russell Westbrook (2012)
Oklahoma State
James King (1968)
Robert Kurland (1952, 1948)
Jesse Renick (1948)
Oakland Bittners (CA)
Don Barksdale (1948)
Ohio State
Bill Hosket (1968)
Jerry Lucas (1960)
Michael Redd (2008)
Oregon State
Lewis Beck (1948)
Melvin Counts (1964)
Gary Payton (2000, 1996)
Orlando Magic (FL)
Anfernee Hardaway (1996)
Dwight Howard (2008)
Shaquille O'Neal (1996)
Pan American (TX)
Lucious Jackson (1964)
Peoria Caterpillars (IL)
Ronald Bontemps (1952)
Robert Boozer (1960)
Marcus Freiberger (1952)
Allen Kellley (1960)
Frank McCabe (1952)
Dan Pippin (1952)
Howard Williams (1952)
Philadelphia 76ers (PA)
Andre Iguodala (2012)
Allen Iverson (2004)
Phillips 66ers (OK)
Lewis Beck (1948)
Gordon Carpenter (1948)
Charles Darling (1956)
Wayne Glasgow (1952)
Burdette Haldorson (1960, 1956)
William Hougland (1956, 1952)
Robert Jeangerard (1956)
Robert Kurland (1952, 1948)
R. C. Pitts (1948)
Jesse Renick (1948)
Jerry Shipp (1964)
James Walsh (1956)
Phoenix Suns
Charles Barkley (1996, 1992)
Jason Kidd (2000)
Shawn Marion (2004)
Amare Stoudemire (2004)
Pittsburgh (PA)
Charles D. Smith (1988)
Portland Trail Blazers
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Steve Smith (2000)
Princeton (NJ)
Bill Bradley (1964)
Purdue (IN)
Terry Dischinger (1960)
Howard Williams (1952)
Rhode Island
Lamar Odom (2004)
St. Francis (PA)
Calvin Fowler (1968)
St. John's (NY)
Chris Mullin (1992, 1984)
St. Joseph's (PA)
Mike Bantom (1972)
St. Louis (MO)
Pete McCaffrey (1964)
Dick Boushka (1956)
St. Mary of the Plains (KS)
Donald Dee (1968)
St. Vincent-St. Mary High School (OH)
LeBron James (2004, 2008, 2012)
Sacramento Kings
DeMarcus Cousins (2016)
Mitch Richmond (1996)
San Antonio Spurs (TX)
Tim Duncan (2004)
David Robinson (1996, 1992)
San Jacinto J. C. (TX)
Thomas Henderson (1972)
San Francisco (CA)
K. C. Jones (1956)
Bill Russell (1956)
Seattle SuperSonics
Vin Baker (2000)
Gary Payton (2000,1996)
South Carolina
Kevin Joyce (1972)
Southeast Oklahoma State
Jerry Shipp (1964)
Southern California
DeMar DeRozan (2016)
Duane Swanson (1936)
Southern Methodist (TX)
Jon Koncak (1984)
Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA)
Dwight Howard (2008)
Southwestern College (KN)
John Gibbons (1936)
Stanford (CA)
Ron Tomsic (1956)
James Walsh (1956)
Syracuse (NY)
Carmelo Anthony (2004, 2008, 2012, 2016)
Tennessee
Ernie Grunfeld (1976)
Allan Houston (2000)
Texas
Jay Arnette (1960)
Kevin Durant (2012, 2016)
Gilbert Ford (1956)
Texas A&M
DeAndre Jordan (2016)
Texas-El Paso
James Forbes (1972)
Tim Hardaway (2000)
Texas Western
Jim Barnes (1964)
Toronto Raptors
Chris Bosh (2008)
DeMarDeRozan (2016)
Kyle Lowry (2016)
Vince Carter (2000)
Trinidad State J. C. (CO)
Spencer Haywood (1968)
UCLA (CA)
Sam Balter (1936)
Don Barksdale (1948)
Walt Hazzard (1964)
Carl Knowles (1936)
Kevin Love (2012)
Frank Lubin (1936)
Reggie Miller (1996)
Don Piper (1936)
Carl Shy (1936)
Russell Westbrook (2012)
Universal Pictures (CA)
Sam Balter (1936)
Carl Knowles (1936)
Frank Lubin (1936)
Art Mollner (1936)
Don Piper (1936
Carl Shy (1936)
Duane Swanson (1936)
U. S. Armed Forces
Michael Barrett (1968)
John Clawson (1968)
William Evans (1956)
Gilbert Ford (1956)
Michael Silliman (1968)
Adrian Smith (1960)
Ron Tomsic (1956)
U. S. Military Academy (NY)
Michael Silliman (1968)
U. S. Naval Academy (MD)
D avid Robinson (1996, 1992, 1988)
Utah
Danny Vranes (1980)
Utah Jazz
Carlos Boozer (2004, 2008)
Karl Malone (1996, 1992)
John Stockton (1996, 1992)
Deron Williams (2008)
Vancouver Grizzlies
Shareef Abdur-Rahim (2000)
Vanderbilt (TN)
Jeff Turner (1984)
Villanova (PA)
Kyle Lowry (2016)
Virginia Tech
Vernell Coles (1988)
Wake Forest (NC)
Tim Duncan (2004)
Chris Paul (2008, 2012)
Washington
Ralph Bishop (1936)
Washington State
Klay Thompson (2016)
West Texas State
Joe Fortenberry (1936)
West Virginia
Jerry West (1960)
West Virginia Tech
Michael Barrett (1968)
Wichita State (KS)
Francis Johnson (1936)
Jack Ragland (1936)
Wichita Vickers (KS)
Dick Boushka (1956)
Lester Lane (1960)

 

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