A record 121 NBA and WNBA players are featured on national team rosters for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. The men’s and women’s 5×5 competitions will feature a record 49 current NBA players and a record 29 current WNBA players, as well as 16 former NBA and 22 former WNBA players. The inaugural 3×3 basketball tournament features four current and one former WNBA player.
In addition, 29 players on Olympic rosters have NBA G League experience, including a league-high six on Nigeria. France and Japan each feature four players who played in the NBA’s official minor league.
Argentina: Nicolas Brussino, Patricio Garino
Australia: Aron Baynes, Josh Green, Patty Mills
France: Rudy Gobert, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Vincent Poirer, Guerschon Yabusele
Germany: Isaac Bonga, Mo Wagner
Iran: Hamed Haddadi
Italy: Nico Mannion
Japan: Yudai Baba, Gavin Edwards, Yuki Togashi, Yuta Watanabe
Nigeria: Chimezie Metu, Ike Nwamu, Jordan Nwora, KZ Okpala, Miye Oni, Gabe Vincent
Slovenia: Vlatko Cancar, Zoran Dragic, Mike Tobey
Spain: Victor Claver, Juan Hernangomez* (May miss competition)
USA: Keldon Johnson, Khris Middleton