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FIBA U-19 Basketball World Cup 2021 Teams, Preliminary Roster/Squads

The 2021 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup will be organized by FIBA for youth national teams for 19 years old and below. The 16 teams participating in the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup, to be organized from July 3-11 in the Latvian cities of Daugavpils and Riga. Eight different countries have won the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup since 1979, with the reigning champions USA leading the field with seven titles.

In addition to the USA and host Latvia, teams that will take part in the men’s U19 World Cup include Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, France, Japan, Lithuania, Mali, Puerto Rico, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain and Turkey. 16 teams divided into four groups as given below:

Group A

  • Senegal
  • Canada
  • Lithuania
  • Japan

Group B

  • Pherto Rico
  • Iran
  • Serbia
  • Latvia

Group C

  • Argentina
  • France
  • South Korea
  • Spain

Group D

  • Turkey
  • Mali
  • Australia
  • United States

FIBA U-19 Basketball World Cup 2021 Teams, Preliminary Roster/Squads

USA 12-member team: Patrick Baldwin Jr., Jonathan Davis, Caleb Furst, Chet Holmgren, Harrison Ingram, Jaden Ivey, Ryan Kalkbrenner, Kenneth Lofton Jr., Mike Miles, Adam Miller, Kennedy Chandler, and Peyton Watson

Korea’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: An Sungwoo, Cho Mingeun, Kang Jaemin, Kang Jihoon, Kim Bobae, Kim Donghyun, Kim Hyubeom, Kim Taehun, Lee Doyun, Lee Kyutae, Shin Juyoung, Yeo Jun Seok

Spain’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Hector Alderete, Adria Domenech, Ruben Dominguez, Aitor Etxeguren, Alonso Faure, Gullem Ferrando, Millan Jimenez, Sergio Huguet, Jeffrey Isima Hugo Lopez, Ruben Lopez, Marc Penarroya, Javi Rodriguez, Pablo Sanchez, Pau Tendero

Australia’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Leyi Adebayo, Taran Armstrong, Biwali Bayles, Dyson Daniels, Bol Dengdit, Akoldah Gak, Jaylin Galloway, Josh Giddey, Blake Jones, Max Mackinnon, David Okwera, Tyrese Proctor, Daniel Rogers, Patrick Ryan, Reyne Smith, Harry Wessels, Taumuri Wigness, Yaak Yaak

Lithuania’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Rokas Jocius, Kasparas Jonauskas, Radvilas Kneizys, Oleg Kojenets, Liutauras Lelevicius, Augustas Marciulionis, Gabrielius Mazeika, Paulius Murauskas, Hubertas Pivorius, Edgaras Preibys, Matas Repsys, Jokubas Rubinas, Mantas Rubstavicius, Dominykas Stenionis, Azuolas Tubelis, Tautvilas Tubelia

Argentina’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Tomas Allende, Alejo Azpilicueta, Nicolas Burgos, Esteban Caffaro, Ian Cerino, Juan Cruz Conte Grand, Federico Copes, Gonzalo Corbalan, Jeremias Diotto Juan, Francisco Fernandez, Alejo Maggi, Franco Mendez, Silvano Merlo, Bautista Ott Cywarlie, Mateo Perez, Manuel Rodriguez Ortega, Pedro Rossi, Facundo Tolosa

Turkey’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Batuhan Acar, Ata Can Atsuren, Adem Bona, Berke Buyuktuncel, Bulent Hamza Celik, Koray Cekici, Tolga Deliktas, Mert Emre Eksioglu, Tibet Gorener, Empera Hali, Furkan Haltali, Kerem Kuthan Konan, David Mustaf, Yigit Onan, Ata Ulku Ozben, Ege Ozcelik, Omer Ege Peksari, Can Sayin, Alperen Sengun, Mustafa Serimhan Serim, Batin Tuna, Enes Doruk Tuzun, Ege Ulker, Haktan Yavas, Sayhan Yetkin, Samet Yigitoglu, Ege Tan Yildizoglu, Berkay Yilmaz, Ozan Yilmaz, Ali Yuceoral

Latvia’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Freds Bagatskis, Raivo Butirins, Karlis Daga-Krumins, Davis Denafs, Otto Farenhorsts, Kristians Feierbergs, Davids Grimbergs, Kriss Helmanis, Ricards Klanskis, Rodijs Macoha, Rihards Paradnieks, Toms Skuja, Kristians Sulcs, Ricards Vanags, Rihards Vavers, Noa Viljamsons

Canada’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Charles Bediako, Javonte Brown-Ferguson, Kyle Duke, Zach Edey, Elijah Fisher, Khalfani Hill, Caleb Houstan, Enoch Kalambay, Bennedict Mathurin, Thomas Ndong, Ryan Nembhard, Nana Owusu-Anane, Dominic Parolin, Olivier-Maxence Prosper

France’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Naoll Balfourier, Daniel Batcho, Lucas Beaufort, Juhann Begarin, Krisley Castard, Rudy Demahis Ballou, Brice Dessert, Ousmane Dieng, Maxime Ekono, Guillaume Eyango, Clement Frisch, Kezza Giffa, Marc-Olivier Lasserre, Louis Lesmond, Ibrahim Magassa, Kevin Marsillon Noleo, Yvan Ouedraogo, Maxime Raynaud, Rodney Rolle, Matthew Strazel, Jayson Tchicamboud, Armel Traore, Mady Traore, Victor Wembanyama

Japan’s roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Hideya Asai, Lawrence Harper Jr., Junpei Iwashita, Ren Kanechika, Bruce Kanno, Yuto Kawashima, Yu Kibayashi, Taiyo Motoda, Atsuya Ogawa, Yuto Yamanouchi, Ibu Yamazaki, Eo Yoneyama Java

Mali’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Oumar Ballo, Abdoul Camara, Bourama Coulibaly, Ladji Kalilou Dembele, Modibo Diaby, Abdramane Kanoute, Cherif Kanoute, Tamadjan Konate, Mohamed Sidibe, Allaye Togo, Foussenyi Traore, Souleymane Traore

Puerto Rico’s roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Aaron Clark, Yelemir De Jesus, Javier Ezquerra, Jose Nazario, Rafael Pinzon, Janielle Rivera, Diego Romero, Christopher Rubayo, Miguel Santos, Erik Velazquez, Johned Walker, Phillip Wheeler

Senegal’s roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Ibou Dianko Badji, Boubacar Diatta, Khalifa Diop, Pape Mor Laye Diop, Fallou Gueye, Hassane Gueye, Dahaba Magassa, Mouhamed Mbengue, Moustapha Mboup, Baye Abdou Ndongo, Babacar Sane, Cheikh Sow

Serbia’s preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Stefan Agoc, Luka Aksentijevic, Marko Andric, Matija Belic, Nikola Blagojevic, Mihailo Boskovic, Danilo Damjanovic, Nikola Djurisic, Vuk Dobrasinovic, Milos Ilic, Veljko Ilic, Lazar Joksimovic, Nikola Jovic, Aleksa Kovacevic, Luka Kovacevic, Petar Kovacevic, Nikola Manojlovic, Vojin Medarevic, Mahailo Musikic, Luka Paunovic, Mihailo Petrovic, Nikola Radovanovic, Filip Skobalj, Lazar Stefanovic, Stefan Todorovic, Petar Zivojinovic

Iran preliminary roster for the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup 2021: Mohammadamin Dehghanzadeh Kamiz, Reza Nazarikia, Mohammadhadi Lakzaeifard, Amirhossein Yazarloo, Piter Girgoorian, Mohammadmahdi Lakzaeifard, Parsa Fallah, Nosratollah Yazarloo, Sorena Alizadeh Goorandanil, Behnam AliJomehzade, Mohammadmahdi Rahimi, Ali Shahryari

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