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DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis Make USA Training Camp Roster
Former Kentucky Wildcats DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis made were invited with 17 other NBA players for the USA training camp. The roster will be trimmed to 12 before they play in the FIBA World Cup.
Camp will be in Las Vegas July 28th-August 1st. The World Cup starts August 30th, USA will play Finland on the first day and then Turkey on the second.
Complete Camp Roster
The biggest shocker is that John Wall did not make the list. Not only did the Wizards PG win the NBA Dunk Championship, but he helped his team make it to the NBA Playoffs while averaging 19.3 points and 8.8 assists per game. Apparently there is a good chance that Wall maybe added to the roster later, perhaps if someone is unable to attend the camp.
Pretty impressive that Kentucky may have three former players representing the USA in the World Cup.
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