All-Time Hoop Summit International Roster By Country

  • Date:
    Apr 2, 2014

WORLD TEAM HEAD COACHES

Roy Rana (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011)
Rob Beveridge (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005)
Allesandro Gamba (2004, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995)

WORLD TEAM ASSISTANT COACHES

Pat Knight (1996)
Bernd Roder (1997, 1996)
Donn Nelson (1995)
Thanassis Papadimitriou (1995)
Marin Sedlacek (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2000, 1999, 1998)

Angola
Rui DaSilvo Guimaraes (1995)
Argentina
Gabriel Deck (2013)
Marcos Delia (2012)
Mateo Gaynor (2009)
Diego Gerbaudo (2008)
Matias Nocedal (2009)
Leandro Palladino (1996)
Oberto Fabricio Raul (1995)
Luis Scola (1998)
Lucas Victoriano (1997)
Australia
Ben Allen (2005)
Jason Cadee (2010)
Mark Dickel (1996)
Dante Exum (2013)
Harry Froling (2016)
Adam Gibson (2005)
Thon Maker (2015)
Craig McAndrew (1996)
William McDowell-White (2016)
Patrick Mills (2006)
Matthew Nielsen (1998, 1997)
Andrew Rice (2000)
Ben Simmons (2015)
Bradley Williams (1995)
Bahamas
DeAndre Ayton (2016)
Belgium
Dimitri Lauwers (1998)
Bosnia
Nihad Dedovic (2007)
Elvir Ovcina (1995)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Edin Atic (2016)
Nedim Buza (2015)
Brazil
Rafael Hettsheimeir (2006)
Guilherme Joanoni (1999)
Lucas Riva Nogueira (2011)
Raul Togni Neto (2011)
George de Paula (2015)
Wesley "Mogi" Silva (2016)
Marcus Vinicius Viera (2004)
Cameroon
Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje (1997)
Joel Embiid (2013)
Canada
Anthony Bennett (2012)
Chris Exilus (2000)
Justin Jackson (2016)
Corey Joseph (2010)
Devoe Joseph (2008)
Trey Lyles (2014)
Jamal Murray (2014, 2015)
Kevin Pangos (2011)
Jevohn Shepard (2005)
Tristan Thompson (2010)
Marvell Waithe (2006)
Andrew Wiggins (2012, 2013)
Kyle Wiltjer (2011)
Jesse Young (1999)
China
Guo Ailun (2011)
Zhang Dayu (2009)
Ziming Fan (2016)
Yi Jian Lian (2004)
Chen Jianghua (2007)
Sui Ran (2010)
Zhou Qi (2015)
Gao Shang (2014)
Ji Zhe (2006)
Wang Zhelin (2012)
Wang Zhizhi (1996)
Columbia
Juan Diego Palacios (2004)
Democratic Republic of Congo
Bismack Biyombo (2011)
Emmanuel Mudiay (2014)
Republic of Congo
Serge Ibaka (2008)
Croatia
Duje Dukan (2010)
Ivan Kartelo (1999)
Branimir Longin (1997)
Igor Milicic (1995)
Sandro Nicevic (1996)
Marko Popovic (2000)
Dario Saric (2011, 2012)
Bruno Sundov (1999)
Aleksandar Ugrinoski (2007)
Roko Leni Ukic (2004)
Dubrako Zemljic (1995)
Tomislav Zubcic (2009)
Dominican Republic
Andres Feliz (2016)
Brandone Francis (2014)
Karl Towns Jr. (2013, 2014)
England
Dan Clark (2006)
Neil Fingleton (2000)
Ryan Richards (2007)
Finland
Petteri Koponen (2007)
France
Alexis Ajinca (2007, 2008)
Nicolas Batum (2007)
Isaia Cordinier (2016)
Evan Fournier (2011)
Damien Inglis (2014)
Edwin Jackson (2009)
Mouhammadou Jaiteh (2013)
Livio Jean-Charles (2013)
Mael Lebrun (2010)
Jerome Moiso (1997)
Michael Mokongo (2005)
Tony Parker (2000)
Kevin Seraphin (2009)
Liberto Tetmadinger (1999)
Leo Westermann (2012)
Germany
Vladimir Bogojevic (1996)
Jorge Lutcke (1995)
Dirk Nowitzki (1998)
Tim Ohlbrecht (2008)
Marko Pesic (1996)
Dennis Schröder (2013)
Michael Schroeder (2004)
Greece
Kostas Antetokounmpo (2016)
Antonio Fotsis (1999, 1998)
Igor Milosevic (2006)
Nikos Pappas (2009)
Dusan Sakota (2005)
Haiti
Skal Labissiere (2015)
Israel
Amit Ben-David (1997)
Omri Casspi (2007)
Italy
Andrea Bargnani (2004)
Luigi Datome (2006)
Christian DiGiuliomaria (1997)
Giacomo Galanda (1995)
Simone Girono (1996)
Michele Maggioli (1997)
Andrea Michelori (1998)
Federico Mussini (2015)
Jamaica
Samardo Samuels (2008)
Japan
KJ Matsui (2005)
Yuta Tabuse (1999)
Lativa
Davis Bertans (2011)
Maris Laska (2000)
Lithuania
Vytenis Cizauskas (2012)
Vilmantas Dilys (2005)
Tomas Dimsa (2013)
Zygimantas Javavicious (2008)
Tauras Jogela (2012)
Donatas Motiejunas (2009)
Martynas Pocius (2005)
Darius Songaila (1998)
Martynas Varnas (2016)
Mali
Cheick Diallo (2015)
Montenegro
Nikola Ivanovic (2013)
Nikola Mirotic (2010)
Netherlands
Daniel Gadzuric (1998)
Petrus Van Passen (1997)
New Zealand
Robert Loe (2010)
Ty Wynyard (2015)
Nigeria
Solomon Alabi (2007)
Udoka Azubuike (2016)
Uche Echefu (2005)
Emmanuel Negedu (2008)
Churchill Odia (2004)
Olumide Oyedeji (1999, 2000)
Norway
Torgrim Sommerfeldt (2008)
Poland
Wojciech Barycz (2004)
Przemsyslaw Karnowski (2011)
Michal Michalak (2012)
Mateusz Ponitka (2011)
Portugal
Jose Paulo Coelho (1998)
Puerto Rico
Bobby Ferrer (1998)
Angel Garcia (2008)
Antonio Latimer (1998)
Qatar
Yaseen Ismail Musa (2000)
Russia
Ruslan Avleev (1996)
Alexandre Bachminov (1997, 1996)
Sergey Karasev (2013)
Alexander Miloserdov (1999)
Nikita Morgunov (1995)
Artur Urazmanov (2006)
Senegal
Souleymane Camara (1998)
Abdou Diame (2000)
Mouhamed Saer Sene (2006)
Mamadou Samb (2009)
Serbia
Aleksandar Cvetkovic (2012)
Nikola Jokic (2014)
Milan Macvan (2009)
Boban Marjanovic (2008)
Dejan Musli (2010)
Stefan Peno (2015)
Serbia & Montenegro
Nemanja Aleksandrov (2007)
Luka Bogdanovic (2004)
Dragan Labovic (2006)
Milenko Tepic (2006)
Slovenia
Bostjan Nachbar (1999, 2000)
Emir Preldzic (2007)
South Korea
Hyun Joo-Yup (1995)
Cho Woo-Hyun (1996)
Spain
Sergio Rodriguez (2004)
Oliver Fuentes Sardans (1995)
Sergi Vidal (2000)
Switzerland
Clint Capela (2014)
Tunisia
Mohammed Hadidane (2005)
Turkey
James Metecan Birsen (2014)
Semih Erden (2005)
Enes Kanter (2010)
Ukraine
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (2014)
Uruguay
Diego Frugoni (1997)
Yugoslavia
Goran Cakic (2000)
Vlado Ilijevski (1999)
Vladimir Radmanovic (1999)
Igor Rakocevic (1997)
Vladimir Scepanovic (1995)
Jovo Stanojevic (1996, 1995)
Zambia
Patson Siame (2012)

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