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As with all USA Basketball national teams, the 2020 USA E-National Team was presented with official team gear and a backpack with a luggage tag that has their name on it.

Members of the 2020 USA Basketball E-National Team react to the news that they made the team.

Aerial Powers, an avid gamer and member of the USA Basketball selection panel, announces the seven-member USA E-National Team that will compete in the FIBA Esports Open II.

Following two days of trials featuring some of the top 2K gamers in the nation, USA Basketball has officially named the 2020 USA E-National Team.

The USA Basketball E-National Team, which averaged 85.0 points to its opponents’ 48.0 points per game and finished the first day of competition in the 2020 FIBA Esports Open II North and Central American Conference with a 4-1 record and in a good position to advance to the finals.

The USA Basketball E-National Team trials have concluded following a second day of action that saw teams shuffled and each gamer played two games over the first half of Sunday’s trials. Following a break, during which time the panelists pared the list of players from 30 to 10 finalists, two additional games were played to cap the inaugural USA gaming trials.

The 2021 USA E-National Team dropped two games in the best-of-three series to finish second in its conference at the FIBA Esports Open III.

Featuring the return of three gamers from the USA E-Team that captured the 2020 Esports Open II North and Central Conference championship, and three more who participated in the 2020 USA E-National Team Trials, USA Basketball will look to capture another FEO conference crown May 7-9.

The 2021 USA E-National Team advanced to the conference finals with a 3-0 record in preliminary play.

Ramo “Ramo” Radoncic began his long road to becoming a member of the inaugural USA Basketball E-National Team playing Power Rangers on his cousin’s Sega Dreamcast, and he's enjoying the journey.

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