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!
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.
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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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.
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.
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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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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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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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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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.
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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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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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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