- National Teams
GB have confirmed the 14 players in the Senior Men’s squad that have travelled to Pau, France for the FIBA EuroBasket 2022 qualifiers this weekend.
Cameron Hildreth, Rex Pflueger and Kareem Queeley are in line to make their GB Senior debuts, though only 12 players able to suit up for the individual games against France and Montenegro.
Co-captain Myles Hesson is selected after overcoming a thumb injury on club duty in France, while there is no place for Ovie Soko, who is unavailable.
Akwasi Yeboah is also playing in France this season for his rookie year as a pro and could get his opportunity with GB lacking depth to their options in the front-court, while Tarik Phillip makes his return to the fold.
Recent Bristol Flyers signing Teddy Okereafor and Luke Nelson – the star of the February window – are likely to continue their back-court partnership with Leicester Riders guard Conner Washington also making the travelling party.
Sacha Killeya-Jones and Andrew Lawrence were amongst the players named in the initial 24, but would miss the window through injury.
Dan Clark, Real Canoe (Spain) – 104 caps
Ashley Hamilton, Plymouth Raiders – 24 caps
Myles Hesson, Elan Chalon (France) – 41 caps
Cameron Hildreth, Worthing Thunder – 0 caps
Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye, Poiters (France) – 4 caps
Ben Mockford, unattached – 39 caps
Luke Nelson, Gottingen (Germany) – 21 caps
Teddy Okereafor, Bristol Flyers – 45 caps
Gabe Olaseni, Buyukcekmece (Turkey) – 36 caps
Rex Pflueger, Newcastle Eagles – 0 caps
Tarik Phillip, Hapoel Jerusalem (Israel) – 6 caps
Kareem Queeley, Burgos (Spain) – 0 caps
Conner Washington, Leicester Riders – 8 caps
Akwasi Yeboah, Saint-Quentin (France) – 2 caps
GB take on France and Montenegro in the November window with both games being played in Pau, France.