USA Men's World Championship All-Time Roster by Affiliation

  • Date:
    Oct 23, 2012

Akron Goodyears
Vern Benson (1967)
Alabama
Derrick McKey (1986)
Alba Berlin (Germany)
Wendell Alexis (1998)
Arizona
Sean Elliott (1986)
Andre Iguodala (2010)
Steve Kerr (1986)
Arizona State
James Harden (2014)
Arkansas
Todd Day (1990)
Marvin Delph (1978)
Joe Johnson (2006)
Joe Kleine (1982)
Lee Mayberry (1990)
Atlanta Hawks
Joe Johnson (2006)
Athletes In Action
Marvin Delph (1978)
Ralph Drollinger (1978)
Tim Hall (1978)
Brad Hoffman (1978)
Derrick Jackson (1978)
Mike Jackson (1978)
Irvin Kiffin (1978)
Eugene Parker (1978)
Wayne Smith (1978)
Ernest Wansley (1978)
Baldwin-Wallace College (OH)
Dick Retherford (1954)
Boston Celtics
Paul Pierce (2002)
Dominique Wilkins (1994)
Brooklyn Nets / New Jersey Nets
Derrick Coleman (1994)
Mason Plumlee (2014)
California
Hank D'Antonio (1959)
Kevin Johnson (1994)
California-Irvine
Wayne Smith (1978)
California-Santa Barbara
Brian Shaw (1986)
Caja San Fernando (Spain)
Jason Sasser (1998)
Cedarville College (OH)
Bruce McDonald (1970)
Central Michigan
Dan Majerle (1994)
Charlotte Hornets
Larry Johnson (1994)
Alonzo Mourning (1994)
Chicago Bulls
Kirk Hinrich (2006)
Derrick Rose (2014, 2010)
Jay Williams (2002)
Chicago Jamaco Saints (IL)
Jim Williams (1970, 1967)
Ciuda De Huelva (Spain)
Jimmy Oliver (1998)
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kyrie Irving (2014)
LeBron James (2006)
Mark Price (1994)
Colgate (NY)
Joe Stratton (1954)
Colorado
Chauncey Billups (2010)
Robert Jeangerard (1959)
Les Metzger (1950)
Colorado State
Tim Hall (1978)
Connecticut
Rudy Gay (2014, 2010)
Chris Smith (1990)
Dallas Mavericks
Tyson Chandler (2010)
Michael Finley (2002)
Raef LaFrentz (2002)
Davidson (NC)
Stephen Curry (2014, 2010)
Denver Chevrolets (CO)
Bob Fisher (1950)
Bryce Heffley (1950)
Tom Jaquet (1950)
Dan Kahler (1950)
John Langdon (1950)
Les Metzger (1950)
J. L. Parks (1950)
Jimmy Reese (1950)
Don Slocum (1950)
John Stanich (1950)
Blake Williams (1950)
Denver Nuggets (CO)
Carmelo Anthony (2006)
Chauncey Billups (2010)
Kenneth Faried (2014)
Detroit Pistons
Joe Dumars (1994)
Isiah Thomas (1994)
Ben Wallace (2002)
District of Columbia
Earl Jones (1982)
Dominguez H.S. (CA)
Tyson Chandler (2010)
Duke (NC)
Tommy Amaker (1986)
Shane Battier (2006)
Elton Brand (2006, 2002)
Kyrie Irving (2014)
Christian Laettner (1990)
Trajan Langdon (1998)
Mason Plumlee (2014)
East Carolina (NC)
Bob Hodges (1959)
Eastern Kentucky
Garfield Smith (1970)
Evansville (IN)
Edgar Smallwood (1963)
Florida State
Mitchell Wiggins (1982)
Fontanafredda Siena (Italy)
Gerard King (1998)
Georgetown (DC)
Derrick Jackson (1978)
Alonzo Mourning (1994, 1990)
Georgia
Dominique Wilkins (1994)
Georgia Tech
Kenny Anderson (1990)
Chris Bosh (2006)
Tom Hammonds (1986)
Mark Price (1994)
Grambling State (LA)
Willis Reed (1963)
Grand Rapids Hoops
Kiwane Garris (1998)
Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry (2014, 2010)
Tim Hardaway (1994)
Klay Thompson (2014)
Helix High School (CA)
Bill Walton (1970)
Houston Rockets (TX)
Shane Battier (2006)
James Harden (2014)
Idaho Stampede
Ashraf Amaya (1998)
Illinois
Tal Brody (1970, 1967)
Kiwane Garris (1998)
Rick Schmidt (1974)
Indiana
Quinn Buckner (1974)
Eric Gordon (2010)
Ted Kitchel (1982)
Isiah Thomas (1994)
Jim Thomas (1982)
Indiana Pacers
Danny Granger (2010)
Reggie Miller (2002, 1994)
Jermaine O'Neal (2002)
Indiana State
Vern Benson (1967)
Iona (NY)
Stan Issac (1970)
Jackson State (MS)
Eugene Short (1974)
Kansas
Bertram Born (1954)
*Nick Collison (2002)
Kirk Hinrich (2006)
Allen Kelley (1954)
Mark Randall (1990)
Kentucky
DeMarcus Cousins (2014)
Anthony Davis (2014)
Los Angeles Clippers
Elton Brand (2006, 2002)
Eric Gordon (2010)
Andre Miller (2002)
Los Angeles Lakers
Lamar Odom (2010)
Louisiana State
Shaquille O'Neal (1994)
Loyola (CA)
Dick Baker (1959)
Marquette (WI)
Donald Kojis (1963)
Glenn Rivers (1982)
Dwyane Wade (2006)
Bob Wolfe (1970)
Maryland
John Lucas (1974)
McNeese State (LA)
Joe Dumars (1994)
Memphis (TN)
Derrick Rose (2014, 2010)
Memphis Grizzlies(TN)
Rudy Gay (2010)
Miami Heat
Steve Smith (1994)
Dwyane Wade (2006)
Michigan
John Clawson (1967)
Steve Grote (1974)
Jimmy King (1998)
Art Wilmore (1970)
Michigan State
Mateen Cleaves (1998)
Steve Smith (1994)
Minnesota Timberwolves
Kevin Love (2010)
Missouri
Doug Smith (1990)
Jon Sundvold (1982)
Morehead State
Kenneth Faried (2014)
Murray State (KY)
Richard Gott (1954)
Nebraska
Bill Johnson (1954)
Nevada
David Wood (1998)
Nevada-Las Vegas
Armon Gilliam (1986)
Larry Johnson (1994)
New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets
Baron Davis (2002)
Chris Paul (2006)
New Mexico
Danny Granger (2010)
New Orleans Pelicans
Anthony Davis (2014)
New York University
Stan McKenzie (1967)
Nicholls State (LA)
Gerard King (1998)
North Carolina
Brad Hoffman (1978)
Antawn Jamison (2006)
Kenny Smith (1986)
Jerry Vayda (1959)
North Carolina-Charlotte
Henry Williams (1990)
Notre Dame (IN)
Jay Miller (1967)
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M J. C.
Myron Wilkins (1974)
Northeastern Oklahoma
Charles Paulk (1967)
Ohio
Bunk Adams (1963)
Oklahoma A&M
Tom Jaquet (1950)
Kendall Sheets (1954)
Blake Williams (1950)
Oklahoma Baptist
Irvin Kiffin (1978)
Albert Tucker (1967)
Oklahoma City (OK)
Don Penwell (1954)
Don Slocum (1950)
Oklahoma City Thunder (OK)
Kevin Durant (2010)
Russell Westbrook (2010)
Oklahoma State
J. L. Parks (1950)
Old Dominion (VA)
Chris Gatling (1990)
Mark West (1982)
Olympiakos (Greece)
Michael Hawkins (1998)
Orlando Magic
Dwight Howard (2006)
Shaquille O'Neal (1994)
Pan American (TX)
Lucious Jackson (1963)
Peoria Caterpillars (IL)
Bertram Born (1954)
Richard Gott (1954)
Forrest Hamilton (1954)
Bill Johnson (1954)
Allen Kelley (1954)
Kirby Minter (1954)
Don Penwell (1954)
Dick Retherford (1954)
Kendall Sheets (1954)
Ed Solomon (1954)
Joe Stratton (1954)
Philadelphia 76ers (PA)
Andre Iguodala (2010)
Phillips 66ers (OK)
Darel Carrier (1967)
Donald Kojis (1963)
Jerry Shipp (1963)
Phoenix Suns
Kevin Johnson (1994)
Dan Majerle (1994)
Shawn Marion (2002)
Pittsburgh (PA)
Charles D. Smith (1986)
Pompea Roma (Italy)
Bill Edwards (1998)
Providence College (RI)
Vincent Ernst (1963)
Purdue (IN)
Brad Miller (2006, 1998)
Jimmy Oliver (1998)
Eugene Parker (1978)
Quad City Thunder
Jimmy King (1998)
Regis College (CO)
Bob Fisher (1950)
Bryce Heffley (1950)
Rhode Island
Lamar Odom (2010)
Rice (TX)
Kendall Rhine (1967)
Rockford Lightning
David Wood (1998)
St. Louis (MO)
Pete McCaffery (1963)
St. Vincent - St. Mary H. S. (OH)
LeBron James (2006)
Sacramento Kings
DeMarcus Cousins (2014)
Rudy Gay (2014)
Brad Miller (2006)
San Jose State (CA)
Darnell Hillman (1970)
Seattle (WA)
Frank Oleynick (1974)
Seattle SuperSonics
Shawn Kemp (1994)
Sioux Falls Skyforce
Jason Sasser (1998)
South Carolina
Tom Boswell (1974)
South Dakota State
Virgil Riley (1959)
Southeast Oklahoma State
Kirby Minter (1954)
Southern California
Dick Welsh (1959)
Southern Illinois
Ashraf Amaya (1998)
Joe Meriweather (1974)
Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA)
Dwight Howard (2006)
Southwest Missouri State
Forrest Hamilton (1954)
Southwest Oklahoma State
Jerry Shipp (1963)
Southwestern College (KS)
Dan Kahler (1950)
Stanford (CA)
Rich Kelley (1974)
Syracuse (NY)
Wendell Alexis (1998)
Carmelo Anthony (2006)
Derrick Coleman (1994)
Billy Owens (1990)
Rony Seikaly (1986)
Temple (PA)
Jim Williams (1970, 1967)
Tennessee
Mike Jackson (1978)
Tennessee State
Henry McDonald (1959)
Texas
Kevin Durant (2010)
John Langdon (1950)
Texas-El Paso
Tim Hardaway (1994)
Fred Reynolds (1982)
Texas Tech
Jason Sasser (1998)
Toronto Raptors
Chris Bosh (2006)
Antonio Davis(2002)
DeMar DeRozan (2014)
UCLA
Ralph Drollinger (1978)
Kevin Love (2010)
Reggie Miller (1994)
John Stanich (1950)
Walter Torrence (1963)
Bill Walton (1970)
Kenny Washington (1970)
Russell Westbrook (2010)
Eddie White (1959)
Unicaja Malaga (Spain)
David Wood (1998)
U. S. Air Force
Dick Baker (1959)
Jim Coshow (1959)
Hank D'Antonio (1959)
Bob Hodges (1959)
Robert Jeangerard (1959)
Henry McDonald (1959)
John F. Miller (1959)
Ronald Olsen (1959)
Virgil Riley (1959)
Jerry Vayda (1959)
Dick Welsh (1959)
Eddie White (1959)
U. S. Air Force Academy (CO)
Tom Schneeberger (1978)
U. S. Armed Forces
Bunk Adams (1963)
Darius Cunningham (1967)
Melvin Petersen (1963)
Edgar Smallwood (1963)
Walter Torrence (1963)
U. S. Military Academy (NY)
Michael Silliman (1970, 1967)
U. S. Naval Academy (MD)
David Robinson (1986)
U. S. Navy
Mike Barrett (1967)
USC
DeMar DeRozan (2014)
Utah
Luther Burden (1974)
Vanderbilt (TN)
Jeff Turner (1982)
Villanova (PA)
John Pinone (1982)
Virginia
Gus Gerard (1974)
Bryant Stith (1990)
Virginia Tech
Ernest Wansley (1978)
Wabash College (IN)
Charles Bowerman (1963)
Wake Forest (NC)
Tyrone Bogues (1986)
Chris Paul (2006)
Washington
Jim Coshow (1959)
Ronald Olsen (1959)
Washington State
Klay Thompson (2014)
Washington Wizards
Antawn Jamison (2006)
Western Carolina (NC)
Melvin Gibson (1963)
Western Kentucky
Darel Carrier (1967)
West Virginia Tech
Ed Solomon (1954)
Mike Barrett (1967)
Wheaton College (IL)
Melvin Petersen (1963)
Wichita State (KS)
Antoine Carr (1982)
Wright State (OH)
Bill Edwards (1998)
Wyoming
Jimmy Reese (1950)
Xavier (OH)
Michael Hawkins (1998)

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