Hart completes the US squad for the World Cup

Josh Hartof the New York Knicks, is the player who completes the selection of USA for the Basketball World Cup to be held in August and September in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia, reported this Sunday ESPN.

Hart will be one of the oldest players on a 12-man roster packed with young faces.

Together with the Knicks player, they will be in the World Cup with the US Brandon Ingram (New Orleans Pelicans), Jaren Jackson Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies), Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves), Paolo Banchero (Orlando Magic), Tyrese Haliburton ( Indiana Pacers), Austin Reaves (Los Angeles Lakers), Mikal Bridges (Brooklyn Nets), Bobby Portis (Milwaukee Bucks), Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks), Walker Kessler (Utah Jazz) and Cam Johnson (Brooklyn Nets).

Steve Kerr, the legendary coach who has won four NBA rings with the Golden State Warriors, will coach the Stars and Stripes team.

The USA has pending accounts in this FIBA ​​World Cup, since in the last edition, in China in 2019, they signed a historic failure by falling in the quarterfinals against France and finally finishing in seventh place. Spain, with Ricky Rubio as MVP, conquered that world crown.

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