USA Men's Olympic Qualifying Team -- All-Time Roster By University / NBA Affiliations

  • Date:
    Oct 23, 2012

Arizona
Mike Bibby (2003)
Richard Jefferson (2003)
Atlanta Hawks
Steve Smith (1999)
Auburn (AL)
Charles Barkley (1992)
Boston Celtics
Larry Bird (1992)
California
Jason Kidd (1999, 2003, 2007)
Central Arkansas
Scott Pippen (1992)
Chicago Bulls
Elton Brand (1999)
Michael Jordan (1992)
Scottie Pippen (1992)
Cincinnati (OH)
Kenyon Martin (2003)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2007)
LeBron James (2007)
Colorado
Chauncey Billups (2007)
Connecticut
Ray Allen (2003)
Richard Hamilton (1999)
Cypress Creek H.S. (FL)
Amare' Stoudemire (2007)
Denver Nuggets
Carmelo Anthony (2007)
Detroit Pistons
Chauncey Billups (2007)
Tayshaun Prince (2007)
Dominguez H.S. (CA)
Tyson Chandler (2007)
Duke (NC)
Elton Brand (1999, 2003)
Christian Laettner (1992)
Eau Claire H.S. (SC)
Jermaine O’Neal (2003)
Farragut Academy (IL)
Kevin Garnett (1999)
Florida
Memphis Grizzlies (2007)
Georgetown (DC)
Patrick Ewing (1992)
Allen Iverson (2003)
Golden State Warriors
Chris Mullin (1992)
Gonzaga (WA)
John Stockton (1992)
Hartford (CT)
Vin Baker (1999)
Houston Rockets
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Illinois
Deron Williams (2007)
Indiana Pacers
Jermaine O’Neal (2003)
Indiana State
Larry Bird (1992)
Kansas
Nick Collison (2003)
Kentucky
Tayshaun Prince (2007)
Los Angeles Clippers
Elton Brand (2003)
Los Angeles Lakers
Kobe Bryant (2007)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Louisiana Tech
Karl Malone (1992)
Lower Merion H.S. (PA)
Kobe Bryant (207)
Memphis Grizzlies
Mike Miller (2007)
Miami (OH)
Wally Szczerbiak (1999)
Miami Heat
Tim Hardaway (1999)
Michigan State
Steve Smith (1999)
Earvin Johnson (1992)
Milwaukee Bucks
Michael Redd (2007)
Minnesota Timberwolves
Kevin Garnett (1999)
Christian Laettner (1992)
Wally Szczerbiak (1999)
Mount Zion Christian Academy (NC)
Tracy McGrady (2003)
New Orleans Hornets
Tyson Chandler (2007)
New Jersey Nets
Richard Jefferson (2003)
Jason Kidd (2003, 2007)
Kenyon Martin (2003)
New York Knicks
Patrick Ewing (1992)
Allan Houston (1999)
North Carolina
Vince Carter (2003)
Michael Jordan (1992)
North Carolina State
Tom Gugliotta (1999)
Ohio State
Michael Redd (2007)
Oregon State
Gary Payton (1989, 1999)
Orlando Magic
Dwight Howard (2007)
Tracy McGrady (2003)
Philadelphia 76ers
Allen Iverson (2003)
Phoenix Suns
Charles Barkley (1992)
Tom Gugliotta (1999)
Jason Kidd (1999)
Amar'e Stoudemire (2007)
Portland Trail Blazers
Clyde Drexler (1992)
Sacramento Kings
Mike Bibby (2003)
San Antonio Spurs
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003)
David Robinson (1992)
St. John’s (NY)
Chris Mullin (1992)
St. Vincent-St. Mary H.S. (OH)
LeBron James (2007)
Seattle SuperSonics
Ray Allen (2003)
Vin Baker (1999)
Nick Collison (2003)
Gary Payton (1999)
Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA)
Dwight Howard (2007)
Syracuse (NY)
Carmelo Anthony (2007)
Tennessee
Allan Houston (1999)
Texas El-Paso
Tim Hardaway (1999)
Toronto Raptors
Vince Carter (2003)
U.S. Naval Academy (MD)
David Robinson (1992)
Utah Jazz
Karl Malone (1992)
John Stockton (1992)
Wake Forest
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003)
Washington Wizards
Richard Hamilton (1999)

 

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