Just maybe, maybe, the Pac-12 isn't so bad at basketball.
The United States men's basketball team revealed its roster for this month's Olympic Games in London, and it carries no shortage of former Pac-12 standouts.
The U.S., which was already carrying nine players, added three more in Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin,Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden and Philadelphia 76ers swingman Andre Iguodala, giving it a total of 12 players, as it looks to notch its second straight gold medal after doing so during the 2008 Games in Beijing.
"I think we've put together a terrific team with great athleticism," Jerry Colangelo, USA basketball chairman and managing director, told reporters on Saturday. "We think we're deeper than 2008, and I think we're more talented."
Here is the complete roster in alphabetical order.
Of the 12 players, four are from the Pac-12 in Harden (Arizona State), Iguodala (Arizona), Love (UCLA) and Westbrook (UCLA). The Bruins are also the only program with two players on the 12-man roster.
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