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ESPN’s Brian Windhorst talks Team USA Basketball and More

Brian Windhorst, ESPN, NBA Insider, Vegas Sports Daily, Las Vegas, Team USA Men's Basketball National Team,

“The team to watch is Greece.” -Brian Windhorst 

USA Basketball still has some work to do before heading to China for the FIBA World Cup, but coach Gregg Popovich’s roster is starting to take shape.

ESPN’s Brian Windhorst joined Mike Dixon of Vegas Sports Daily to discuss the best options at guard for Team USA. Windhorst also weighed-in on NBA All-Stars not at camp this year. Brian mentioned the possibility of an NBA franchise relocating to Las Vegas.

The two national team players not moving on are Thaddeus Young and Bam Adebayo, while Marvin Bagley III and Derrick White were late additions from the select team after De’Aaron Fox and Joe Harris had been promoted earlier in the week.

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