Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan has been selected to participate in the United States men’s national team minicamp later this month.
The camp will be held July 22-25 in Las Vegas and includes a total of 27 players.
DeRozan averaged a career high in points (18.1), rebounds (3.9), assists (2.5) and minutes (36.7) last season, his fourth in the NBA.
He ranked seventh in the NBA converting 355 free throws on 427 attempts, both career highs.
Other Raptors who have competed for the U.S. men’s team include Vince Carter (2000 Olympics), Antonio Davis (2002 FIBA World Championship) and Chris Bosh (2006 FIBA World Championship and 2008 Olympics).