Team USA 12-Man Roster Now Complete for Tokyo Olympics

One man out, and two more in, as the Team USA men's basketball roster for the Tokyo Olympics was finalized on Wednesday. 

James Harden has had to pull out because of the hamstring injury he suffered in the Brooklyn Nets' second-round loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. He'll be replaced by Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant, while Chicago Bulls' guard Zach LaVine will fill the 12th and final spot. 

This is the squad the U.S. will be rolling with when the Olympic Games begin on July 23rd. 

Six of the NBA's Top 15 scorers make up the squad: Bradley Beal, Damian Lillard, Zach LaVine, Kevin Durant, Jayson Tatum and Devin Booker. 

Draymond Green, Khris Middleton, Jrue Holiday, Bam Adebayo and Jerami Grant provide lockdown defence, and Kevin Love... well... NBA Twitter has some thoughts:

As for the other 11, three of them could still be playing in the NBA Finals right up until the day before the Olympics Opening Ceremony. Team USA's first game is on July 25th, just three days after a potential NBA Finals Game 7.

We already know that Devin Booker says he's playing in the Olympics no matter what, and he'll take a special flight to be arranged by Team USA Director Jerry Colangelo; the status of Middleton and Holiday, should the Milwaukee Bucks go the distance, is still unknown. 

The U.S. men's team will be looking for its 4th straight Olympic Gold Medal.

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