Olympic Qualification

Canada Basketball: Senior Men's National Team finalizes roster for FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament

The FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Victoria, British Columbia, begins on Tuesday, June 29 and lasts through Sunday, July 4.

After holding training camp in Tampa, FL, the Canadian Senior Men's National Team travelled to Victoria to serve as the host of the six-team tournament, in which the champion will qualify for a spot in the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

MORE: Guide to Canada's path to the Olympics

Per FIBA regulations, Canada had to trim its training camp roster from 19 athletes down to a final roster of 12 ahead of the tournament. Here's a look at the finalized roster:

Senior Men's National Team FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament roster
Name Position Height Hometown Previous / Current Club
Nickeil Alexander-Walker G 6'6" Toronto, Ontario New Orleans Pelicans
R.J. Barrett G 6'6" Mississauga, Ontario New York Knicks
Trae Bell-Haynes G 6'2" Toronto, Ontario Crailsheim Merlins (Germany)
Anthony Bennett F 6'8" Toronto, Ontario Cangrejeros de Santurce (Puerto Rico)
Aaron Doornekamp F 6'7" Napanee, Ontario Tenerife (Spain)
Luguentz Dort G 6'4" Montreal, Quebec Oklahoma City Thunder
Cory Joseph G 6'3" Toronto, Ontario Detroit Pistons
Trey Lyles F 6'10" Saskatoon, Saskatchewan San Antonio Spurs
Mychal Mulder G 6'3" Windsor, Ontario Golden State Warriors
Andrew Nicholson F 6'9" Mississauga, Ontario Fujian Sturgeons (China)
Dwight Powell F 6'11" Toronto, Ontario Dallas Mavericks
Andrew Wiggins F 6'7" Vaughan, Ontario Golden State Warriors

Head coach: Nick Nurse

Assistant coaches: Nate Bjorkgren, Jon Goodwillie, Gordie Herbert, Michael Meeks, Nate Mitchell

Advanced scout: John Corbacio

Consultant: David Blatt

Of the 12-man group, there are 10 players with NBA experience and eight active NBA players. As reported by Sportsnet's Michael Grange, longtime Canadian National Team member Melvin Ejim had to withdraw from consideration to tend to a personal matter.

Canada begins its group play schedule on Tuesday, June 29 at 7:05 p.m. ET when it takes on a Greece team that features former NBA players Nick Calathes and Georgios Papagiannis as well as a current NBA player in Kostas Antetokounmpo.

On Wednesday, Canada will take on China at 7:05 p.m. ET.

Each game will be broadcast by the CBC across its various platforms, both on television and online, as well as streamed on DAZN. Stick with NBA.com for more coverage on the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament, as Canada's Men's team looks to qualify for the Olympics for the first time since 2000.

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