USA Basketball FIBA World Cup Training Camp, Featuring 11 NBA G Leaguers
Published on November 27, 2018
USA Basketball, featuring 10 current NBA G League players on its roster plus alum Eric Moreland, held training camp for FIBA World Cup Qualifying games Nov. 23-25 in Houston. (Photos via NBAE/Getty Images)
Jeff Van Gundy Speaks To The Team
Head Coach Jeff Van Gundy is preparing USA Men's Basketball for the road ahead.
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Joel Berry Dribbles Through Tough Defense
Joel Berry of the South Bay Lakers is ready to represent USA Men's Basketball.
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DeAndre Liggins Stands Tall On Defense
NBA veteran DeAndre Liggins is hoping his defensive know-how will give him a leg up on the competition.
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Joel Berry Takes It To The Rack
Joel Berry will be able to draw fouls around the hoop if he attacks the lane.
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DeAndre Liggins Dribbles To The Basket
DeAndre Liggins practices his aggressive finish inside.
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DeAndre Liggins Practices A Tough Shot
Pictured here, DeAndre Liggins' ability to cut through the lane gets him a high percentage look.
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Travis Trice Takes A Fadeaway Three-Pointer
Travis Trice's range from around the perimeter will make him an asset for USA Basketball.
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Eric Moreland Takes A Lay-up
Eric Moreland is hoping his size and physicality will help him catch opposing defenses off guard.
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Richard Solomon Practices His Jumpshot
Richard Solomon practices his mid-range jumper for USA Basketball.
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Chasson Randle Drives To The Basket
Having spent time in the NBA earlier this season, Randle is prepared for his moment to represent USA Basketball.
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John Jenkins Practices Around The Rim
An NBA veteran, John Jenkins is know for having his way inside the paint.
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Jeff Van Gundy Instructs The Group
Jeff Van Gundy is doing his part to prepare his team for what comes next.
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Travis Trice Practices His Pick-And-Roll Offense
Travis Trice's ability to lead in the pick and roll will surely spark offensive opportunities for his team.
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Eric Moreland Dunks It Home
Eric Moreland is excited for the competition, dunking home the two-handed slam here.