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Team USA has had several big-name players opt to not play for the team for the 2014 FIBA World Cup such as Kevin Love, Blake Griffin, LaMarcus Aldridge and much more. With the frontcourt looking slim, USA has invited Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap to the roster.

According to ESPN, Millsap has been invited to the team's training camp in Las Vegas. The addition of Millsap brings Mike Krzyzewski's roster to 19 players.

Millsap will join other big men like Kenneth Faried, DeMarcus Cousins and Andre Drummond looking to qualify for the team's 12-man roster. The FIBA World Cup will kick off on August 30 in Spain.

Millsap, however, will likely compete against the likes of teammate Kyle Korver, Utah Jazz's Gordon Hayward and Dallas Mavericks' Chandler Parsons as sharpshooters looking to make the roster. The team also includes brothers Mason and Miles Plumlee.

"You can't just sit around and cry in your beer regarding who you don't have," Colangelo said. "You look at what you do have and you say, 'We're going to get the job done.' We feel very confident about our opportunity. We're ready for it."

It will be interesting to see what kind of roster Team USA will assemble with Kevin Durant being the main focus. He might just be the only true star on the roster while others are NBA All-Stars, above-average players or key role players.

It's going to be interesting who makes the roster. Best of luck to Millsap on trying to accomplish that.


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