NBA Players Competing in the 2023 FIBA World Cup

NBA Players Competing in the 2023 FIBA World Cup

Discover the latest compilation of NBA players proudly representing their respective countries in the forthcoming 2023 FIBA World Cup Basketball, scheduled to commence on August 25th across the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia.

With the kickoff of the 2023 FIBA World Cup just around the corner on August 25th, a total of 32 nations from around the world are set to engage in fierce competition, all vying for the prestigious opportunity to hoist the esteemed Naismith trophy.

In a historic turn of events, the World Cup will see a collaborative effort between three host countries: the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia. The grand finale of the tournament is slated to unfold in Manila on September 10th.

Renowned as one of the premier men’s basketball leagues globally, the NBA will make a substantial impact in the upcoming World Cup. As nations rally their finest talents in the quest for victory, a significant portion of these talents hails from the NBA.

From Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks to Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz, the roster of luminaries designated to represent their nations in the imminent World Cup is both extensive and impressive.

To gain insight into the roster of NBA players committed to the 2023 FIBA World Cup, refer to the comprehensive list provided below.


NBA Players at the 2023 FIBA World Cup

Last updated: Monday, August 21st

CountryPlayerNBA Team
PhilippinesJordan ClarksonUtah Jazz
JapanWatanabe YutaPhoenix Suns
AngolaBruno FernandoAtlanta Hawks
AustraliaXavier CooksWashington Wizards
AustraliaDyson DanielsNew Orleans Pelicans
AustraliaDante ExumDallas Mavericks
AustraliaJosh GiddeyOklahoma City Thunder
AustraliaJosh GreenDallas Mavericks
AustraliaJoe InglesOrlando Magic
AustraliaPatty MillsAtlanta Hawks
AustraliaMatisse ThybullePortland Trail Blazers
AustraliaJack WhiteOklahoma City Thunder
BrazilRaul NetoCleveland Cavaliers
CanadaShai Gilgeous AlexanderOklahoma City Thunder
CanadaRJ BarettNew York Knicks
CanadaDillon BrooksHouston Rockets
CanadaLu DortOklahoma City Thunder
CanadaNickeil Alexander-WalkerMinnesota Timberwolves
CanadaKelly OlynykUtah Jazz
CanadaDwight PowellDallas Mavericks
People’s Republic of ChinaKyle AndersonMinnesota Timberwolves
Dominican RepublicKarl-Anthony TownsMinnesota Timberwolves
Dominican RepublicLester QuinonesGolden State Warriors
FinlandLauri MarkkanenUtah Jazz
FranceNicolas BatumLos Angeles Clippers
FranceEvan FournierNew York Knicks
FranceRudy GobertMinnesota Timberwolves
GeorgiaGoga BitadzeOrlando Magic
GeorgiaSandro MamukelashviliSan Antonio Spurs
GermanyDenis SchroderToronto Raptors
GermanyDaniel TheisIndiana Pacers
GermanyFranz WagnerOrlando Magic
GermanyMortiz WagnerOrlando Magic
GreeceThanasis AntetokounmpoMilwaukee Bucks
ItalySimone FontecchioUtah Jazz
LatviaDavis BertansOklahoma City Thunder
LithuaniaJonas ValanciunasNew Orleans Pelicans
LithuaniaAzuolas TubelisPhiladelphia 76ers
MontenegroNikola VucevicChicago Bulls
SerbiaBogdan BogdanovicAtlanta Hawks
SerbiaAleksej PokusevskiOklahoma City Thunder
SerbiaNikola JovicMiami Heat
SerbiaFilip PetrusevPhiladelphia 76ers
SloveniaLuka DoncicDallas Mavericks
South SudanWenyen GabrielLos Angeles Lakers
South SudanCarlik JonesChicago Bulls
SpainSanti AldamaMemphis Grizzlies
SpainUsman GarubaAtlanta Hawks
USAPaolo BancheroOrlando Magic
USAMikal BridgesBrooklyn Nets
USAJalen BrunsonNew York Knicks
USAAnthony EdwardsMinnesota Timberwolves
USATyrese HaliburtonIndiana Pacers
USAJosh HartNew York Knicks
USABrandon IngramNew Orleans Pelicans
USAJaren Jackson Jr.Memphis Grizzlies
USACameron JohnsonBrooklyn Nets
USAWalker KesslerUtah Jazz
USABobby PortisMilwaukee Bucks
USAAustin ReavesLos Angeles Lakers

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