Kevin Durant, Damian Lillard Headline the USA Tokyo Olympics Men's Basketball Roster

There was a big question mark around who would be on the Team USA's men's basketball team at Tokyo after a grueling and injury-ridden series.

Number stars pulled out as well but the full roster has now been revealed.

Have a look at which of your favorite players made the list!

Kevin Durant

One of the best players of this generation, KD offers a 7-foot length and the skills to score from anywhere on the floor. Not only is he a rim defender as well, but he also helped USA Basketball win gold medals in 2012 and 2016.

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Damian Lillard

Lillard will be Team USA's best guard. Creating shots and blowing past defenders in speed is his specialty. A big perimeter threat, who is known in the league for his clutch shots and spectacular threes.

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Bradley Beal

Beal has stepped into the room of greats now and was able to create shots beautifully in the NBA. Despite being with a ball-hogging teammate like Russell Westbrook, he had no problems. This only means he will adjust in this mixed roster well.

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Kevin Love

The veteran of Team USA has been forgotten since the Cleveland Cavaliers lost their touch. However, the double-double forward has the ability to stretch the floor from the range. Love was also part of the 2012 gold-winning team in London.

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Jayson Tatum

Just 23 years old and Tatum is already one of the rising stars of the Boston Celtics. A 6'8 wing along with scoring ability, Tatum can play all over the floor which includes stellar scoring and versatile defense.

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Devin Booker

Booker is the superstar leading the Phoenix Suns to a potential NBA title this year. He is fighting the LA Clippers in the WCF and leading 3-1. His dynamic scoring with a deadly pull-up mid-range game is what makes him special. However, how much time he gets to prepare for the Olympics will depend on how further he goes in the playoffs.

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Zach LaVine

LaVine made his first all-star appearance this season with the Chicago Bulls. He also adds as a dynamic shooter with some deadly three-point buckets. Zach can leave anybody impressed with his elite athleticism.

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Bam Adebayo

A little undersized for a center at 6'9, Bam is a shot-blocking threat and a tremendous rebounder. His diverse skill set is perfect with a fast small-ball lineup, as well as a more traditional role in the paint. He offers things that nobody on the roster can.

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Draymond Green

It is Green's reputation that brings him here. Apart from being a tenacious low-post rebounder. Green will be the nasty part of the roster. From infuriating bigs to disrupting scorers off the bench is what Green's role will be.

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Jrue Holiday

Holiday is the closest thing to a true point guard. He is a three-time All-Defense team player and has the chops to contain opposing guards. In fact, he will be useful on both ends of the floor.

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Khris Middleton

The 29-year-old is a wing and two-time All-Star, who has established himself as one of the best shooters in the NBA right now. He has played a fantastic right-hand man to Giannis Antetokounmpo in the Milwaukee Bucks.

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Jerami Grant

The 6'8 forward has taken a big leap on the offensive side with the Detroit Pistons this year. He will be the much-needed extra paint protection the team needs along with a scorer off the bench.

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