With and withdrawing from Team USA play this summer, the big man options for this team are very limited and very young. , , , and are highlighting the choices for this roster. To get a little more of a veteran presence, it looks like Team USA basketchamps has selected Mendy for next week’s Euros qualifiers, having questioned the player’s off-field behaviour when he was injured.But he explained: “He had a deficit with his knee injury. Whenever there are stops, the player is obliged to find rhythball will look to the for another option.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN.comwarned Bournemouth must not get “complacent and lazy” towards their Premier League status. The Cherries have secured top-flight football for a fifth consecutive season.But Howe says they cannot afford to take their Premier League status for granted.”, is a late invitee to the Team USA camp in Las Vegas, as Team USA looks to put together a squad for the FIBA Tomas Soucek faces a spell on the sidelines after breaking down in defeat at Liverpool.In a statement this morning, the Hammers declared:”West Ham United can confirm that Tomas Soucek suffered a low grade injury last night and is likely to be out forWorld Cup in September. Team USA also has , , and to choose from if they want to play small.
Just got word: Hawks’ Paul Millsap has been invited to Team USA camp in Vegas. Surprise but sensible addition after frontcourt withdrawals
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine)
Last summer, Millsap was regarded as one of the best value signings in the league when he went to the Hawks for two years and $19 million. He averaged 17.9 points, 8.5 rebounds, and 3.1 assists in 74 games for an injury-riddled Hawks team that held on to make the 8-seed in the East. Prior to a bevy of injuries for the Hawks, they were sitting third in the East. They made quite a bit of noise in the first round of the playoffs, taking the 1-seed Indiana Pacers to seven games. They were up 3-2 in the series before dropping the last two games.
Millsap provides a solid defender and a very dangerous offensive weapon for Team USA. He can stretch the floor (35.8 percent from 3-point range last season), play inside, hit the offensive boards, and pass the ball quite well.