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Which NBA players will be in the AmeriCup 2022? Facundo Campazzo, Chris Duarte and Juan Toscano-Anderson lead the list

Which NBA players will be in the AmeriCup 2022? Facundo Campazzo, Chris Duarte and Juan Toscano-Anderson lead the list


The 12 best teams in America will meet in Recife, Brazilfor the dispute of the AmeriCup 2022: from Canada to Argentina all will face each other for continental glory in the second edition of this tournament since its name change, already without giving qualification places for the World Cup or the Olympic Games.

Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and Canada they will be in Group A; Argentina, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands in Group B; and Mexico, United States, Panama and Venezuela in Group C of a tournament that, despite not having the large number of stars that previous editions of the FIBA ​​Americas Championships have brought together, will feature several NBA names.

There are nine NBA AmeriCup 2022counting the players with a current contract in the league as Juan Toscano-Anderson either Leandro Bolmaro, or those who are without a team but had a contract of more than ten days in the previous campaign, such as Facundo Campazzo either Gary Clark.

The United States and Canada will not play the AmeriCup with their A team, but despite this they will have players with experience in the league, while there are also casualties from other countries such as Al Horford, Luca Vildoza, Raul Neto, José Alvarado or Karl-Anthony Towns.

More | AmeriCup 2022: calendar, matches, results, groups, positions, format and all the details of the continental tournament

Which NBA players will be in the AmeriCup 2022?

Player Country Current team / last team Facundo Campazzo Argentina Denver Nuggets
Leandro Bolmaro Argentina Utah Jazz
Dalano Banton Canada Toronto Raptors
Jean Montero Dominican Republic New York Knicks
Chris Duarte Dominican Republic Indiana Pacers
Juan Toscano-Anderson Mexico Los Angeles Lakers
Didi Louzada Brazil Portland Trail Blazers
Anthony Lamb United States Houston Rockets
Gary Clark United States New Orleans Pelicans

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