July 23, 2021

Where each Team USA men’s basketball players attended high school

The roster for the United States men’s basketball team for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics has tentatively been set.

Bradley Beal and Kevin Love were originally supposed to take their shot at earning a gold medal, but were forced to drop off the roster for COVID-19 and personal reasons, respectively. That forced Team USA to replace the two after struggling in exhibitions with losses to Australia and Nigeria.

Here is a look at the roster as it stands right now with a USA Today High School Sports twist — details on each player’s prep career. 

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Forward, Brooklyn Nets

High School(s): National Christian Academy (Md.), Oak Hill Academy (Va.), Montrose Christian School (Md.)

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Guard, Phoenix Suns

High School(s): Grandville (Mich.), Moss Point (Miss.)

Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Forward, Detroit Pistons

High School: DeMatha Catholic (Md.)

Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

Forward, Golden State Warriors

High School: Saginaw (Mich.)

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Guard, Milwaukee Bucks

High School: Campbell Hall (Calif.)

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Guard, Portland Trail Blazers

High School(s): Arroyo (Calif.), St. Joseph Notre Dame (Calif.), Oakland (Calif.)

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Forward, Milwaukee Bucks

High School: Porter-Gaud (S.C.)

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Forward, Boston Celtics

High School: Chaminade (Mo.)

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Forward, Miami Heat

High School(s): Northside (N.C.), High Point Christian Academy (N.C.)

Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Guard, Chicago Bulls

High School: Bothell (Wash.)

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Center, Denver Nuggets

High School(s): Detroit County Day (Mich.), Providence Christian (Mich.), Hales Franciscan (Mich.)

Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports

Forward, San Antonio Spurs

High School(s): Park View (Va.), Oak Hill Academy (Va.)