USA Basketball unveiled the final 12-man roster for the team in its quest for a third consecutive gold medal. Coach Mike Krzyzewski will be at the helm in his third and final Olympic games before Gregg Popovich assumes control of the squad.
While some top NBA talent, including Finals stars LeBron James and Steph Curry, declined to make the trip to Brazil, the team is still loaded.
The 2016 team will be led by Kevin Durant (who, in case you haven't heard, is a free agent this summer) and Carmelo Anthony, who were both members of the 2012 gold medal-winning team in the London games. Anthony is the first American male basketball player named to four Olympic teams. Nine of the members are NBA All-Stars.
Four other players on the roster have won gold for U.S. teams: DeMarcus Cousins, DeMar DeRozan, Kyrie Irving and Klay Thompson.
The rest of the roster features Paul George, Draymond Green, Jimmy Butler, DeAndre Jordan, Kyle Lowry and Harrison Barnes.
The squad will train from July 18-21 in Las Vegas, followed by exhibitions against Argentina, China, Venezuela and Nigeria over the following 10 days before the Rio opening ceremony on Aug. 5.