Team USA's youngest-ever FIBA Basketball World Cup roster

The United States is supposed to be the premier international force in men's basketball, but the recent FIBA World Cup served as a stark reminder that the rest of the world is catching up.

After a surprise loss to France in the quarterfinals and a following loss to Serbia in the loser's bracket

 The Americans finished eighth in the 2019 FIBA World Cup, snapping a 58-game winning streak with NBA players. 

The US program bounced back by capturing gold in men's basketball at the Tokyo Olympics.

The United States hopes to get back on track for the 2023 FIBA World Cup, which will be held in the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia from August 25 to September 10.

The United States is sending a lineup that includes some of the best young players in the NBA, but also has no senior national team experience.

Steve Kerr has taken over as head coach of USA Basketball, succeeding Gregg Popovich, the famed San Antonio Spurs coach who led the Americans to gold in Tokyo.

USA Basketball is sending one of its youngest rosters to a major international competition. 

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