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Eurobasket 2022: The NBA players who will play the EuroBasket

CMore and more NBA players decide to defend their country in international tournaments. There is little left for the start EuroBasket of Czech Rep


CMore and more NBA players decide to defend their country in international tournaments. There is little left for the start EuroBasket of Czech Republic, Georgia, Italy and Germany which takes place from September 1 to 18, and they are already 41 players from the best league in the world those who have confirmed that they are going to play said tournament.

The France team has the most players in the NBA with a total of five. Turkey and Germany are tied for second place, as they have four players each team. Serbia, Slovenia, Greece, Croatia and Spain have three players. Georgia, Italy, Lithuania, and Ukraine have two, and Bosnia, Israel, Montenegro, Poland, and Finland have one. Below is the list of NBA players who will play in the Eurobasket:

France (5)

Evan Fournier (October 29, 1992; 2.01 meters; New York Knicks)

Rudy Gobert (June 26, 1992; 2.16 meters; Minnesota Timberwolves)

Timothe Luwawu Cabarrot (May 9, 1995; 2.01; Atlanta Hawks)

Theo Maldon (June 12, 2001; 1.93 meters; Oklahoma City Thunder)

Frank Ntilikina (July 28, 1998; 1.93; Dallas Mavericks)

Turkey (4)

Cedi Osman (April 8, 1995; 2.01 meters; Cleveland Cavaliers)

Alperen Sengun (July 25, 2002; 2.08 meters; Houston Rockets)

Omer Yurtseven (June 19, 1998; 2.13 meters; Miami Heat)

Furkan Korkmaz (July 24, 1997; 2.01 meters; Philadelphia 76ers)

Germany (4)

Dennis Schroeder (September 15, 1993; 1.91; free agent)

Daniel Theis (April 4, 1992; 2.03 meters; Indiana Pacers)

Franz Wagner (August 27, 2001; 2.05 meters; Orlando Magic)

Moritz Wagner (April 26, 1997; 2.11 meters, Orlando Magic)

Greece (3)

Giannis Antetokounmpo (December 6, 1994; 2.11 meters; Milwaukee Bucks)

Thanasis Antetokounmpo (July 18, 1992; 1.98 meters; Milwaukee Bucks)

Tyler Dorsey (February 18, 1996; 1.96 meters; Dallas Mavericks)

Croatia (3)

Bojan Bogdanović (April 18, 1989; 2.01 meters; Utah Jazz)

daro saric (April 8, 1994; 2.08 meters; Phoenix Suns)

Ivica Zubac (March 18, 1997; 2.13 meters; Los Angeles Clippers)

Serbian (3)

Nikola Jockic (February 19, 1995; 2.11 meters; Denver Nuggets)

Nikola Jović (June 9, 2003; 2.08 meters; Miami Heat)

Aleksej Pokusevsky (December 26, 2001; 2.13 meters; Oklahoma City Thunder)

Slovenia (3)

Vlatko Cancar (April 10, 1997; 2.04 meters; Denver Nuggets)

Luka Doncić (February 28, 1999; 2.01 meters; Dallas Mavericks)

goran dragic (May 6, 1986; 1.91 meters; Chicago Bulls)

Spain (3)

Usman Garuba (March 9, 2002; 2.03 meters; Houston Rockets)

Juancho Hernangmez (September 28, 1995; 2.06 meters; Toronto Raptors)

Willy Hernangmez (May 27, 1994; 2.11 meters; New Orleans Pelicans)

Georgian (2)

Goga Bitadze (July 20, 1999; 2.13 meters; Indiana Pacers)

Sandro Mamukelashvili (May 23, 1999; 2.11 meters; Milwaukee Bucks)

Italy (2)

Simone Fontecchio (December 9, 1995; 2.03 meters, Utah Jazz)

Danilo Gallinari (August 8, 1988; 2.08 meters; Boston Celtics)

Lithuania (2)

Domantas Sabonis (May 3, 1996; 2.11 meters; Sacramento Kings)

Jonas Valanciunas (May 6, 1992; 2.13 meters; New Orleans Pelicans)

Ukraine (2)

alex len (June 16, 1993; 2.13 meters; Sacramento Kings)

Svyatoslav Mykhailiuk (June 10, 1997; 2.01 meters; Toronto Raptors)

Bosnian (1)

Jusuf Nurkic (August 23, 1994; 2.13 meters; Portland Trail Blazers)

Finland (1)

Lauri Markkanen (May 22, 1997; 2.13 meters; Cleveland Cavaliers)

Israel (1)

Deni Avdija (January 3, 2001; 2.06 meters; Washington Wizards)

Montenegrin (1)

Marko Simonović (October 15, 1999; 2.11 meters; Chicago Bulls)

Poland (1)

jeremy sochan (May 20, 2003; 2.06 meters; San Antonio Spurs)