List of foreign NBA players

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In the National Basketball Association, players born outside of the United States are often known as international players. Players who were born in U.S. overseas territories, such as Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam, are considered international players even if they are U.S. citizens.[1][2][3][4] In some borderline cases, the NBA takes into consideration whether a player desires to be identified as international.[1]

Hank Biasatti, who was born in Italy and raised in Canada, was the first international player in the league in 1946.[5] The number of international players in the league rose after the formation of the Dream Team when NBA players were allowed into Olympic play starting in 1992. Global interest in basketball subsequently soared. On opening day of the 1991–92 season, NBA rosters included 23 international players from 18 countries.[6] At the start of the 2016–17 season, there was a record-high 113 international players from 41 countries and territories.[7] In the start of the 2017–18 season, there were 108 international players from a record-high 42 countries and territories, including five players signed up through the newly implemented two-way contract.[8]

The number of players on opening-night rosters broke an all-time league record first set in 2010–11 and tied in 2012–13,[9] and the number of countries represented surpassed the record set in 2010–11.[10] In addition, the San Antonio Spurs set an all-time record for international players on an opening-night squad, with 10 during the 2013-14 season.[10]

This list includes all international players who have played in the NBA and also includes all players who were born in the United States but have represented other countries in international basketball competition. Players listed under the United States were born outside of the country but have represented them in international basketball tournament. Players who were born outside the United States to American parents and players who became naturalized U.S. citizens are also included in that section.

By country[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season, Canada has produced the most foreign players, with 39. From European countries, Serbia has produced 28 players. Brazil is the leading South American contributor with a total of 17 players. Nigeria has produced the most NBA players of any African nation with 17 players, while Australia has produced a total of 20 players. China has produced 6 NBA players, the most among Asian countries. At least 75 players have come from the former Yugoslavia (Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia).

Country No. of Players Notes
 Canada 39 Includes 8 foreign-born Canadians
 Serbia 28 Includes 12 foreign-born Serbians
 France 27 Includes 4 foreign-born French
 Croatia 22 Includes 8 foreign-born Croatians
 Australia 20 Includes 5 foreign-born Australians
 Brazil 17 Includes 1 U.S.-born Brazilian
 Nigeria 17 Includes 9 foreign-born Nigerians
 Spain 17 Includes 3 foreign-born Spaniards
 Germany 14 Includes 1 U.S.-born German
 Puerto Rico 13 Includes 5 U.S.-born Puerto Ricans
 Argentina 12
 Great Britain 12 Includes 3 foreign-born Brits
 Greece 12 Includes 4 foreign-born Greek
 Lithuania 12 Includes 1 U.S.-born Lithuanian
 Russia 12 Includes 3 foreign-born Russians
 Senegal 11 Includers 1 U.S.-born Senegalese
 Turkey 11 Includes 3 foreign-born Turks
 Italy 10 Includes 4 U.S.-born Italians
 Slovenia 10 Includes 1 foreign-born Slovenian
 Georgia 9 Includes 5 U.S.-born Georgians
 Ukraine 9 Includes 2 foreign-born Ukrainians
 Dominican Republic 8 Includes 2 U.S.-born Dominicans
 Jamaica 8 Includes 4 U.S.-born Jamaicans
 Montenegro 7 Includes 4 foreign-born Montenegrins
 China 6
 Venezuela 6 Includes 4 foreign-born Venezuelans
 Bahamas 5
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 Includes 2 foreign-born Bosnians
 Netherlands 5
 Lebanon 4 Includes 3 U.S.-born Lebanese
 Cameroon 4
 Czech Republic 4
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 4
 Latvia 4
 Mexico 4
 Panama 4 Includes 2 U.S.-born Panamanians
 Poland 4 Includes 1 U.S.-born Pole
 Belize 3 Includes 3 U.S.-born Belizeans
 Bulgaria 3 Includes 2 U.S.-born Bulgarians
 Finland 3 Includes 1 foreign-born Finn
 Haiti 3
 Ireland 3 Includes 2 U.S.-born Irish
 Israel 3
 Macedonia 3 Includes 2 U.S.-born Macedonians
 New Zealand 3
 Philippines 3 Includes 3 U.S.-born Filipinos
 United States Virgin Islands 3 Includes 1 U.S.-born Virgin Islander
 Cuba 2
 Egypt 2
 Guyana 2
 Japan 2 Includes 1 U.S.-born Japanese
 Libya 2 Includes 2 U.S.-born Libyan
 Mali 2
 Qatar 2 Includes 2 U.S.-born Qataris
 Sweden 2
  Switzerland 2
 Antigua and Barbuda 1 Includes 1 U.S.-born Antiguan
 Austria 1
 Belarus 1 Includes 1 U.S.-born Belarussian
 Belgium 1 Includes 1 foreign-born Belgian
 Cape Verde 1
 Dominica 1
 Estonia 1
 Gabon 1
 Ghana 1
 Hungary 1
 Iceland 1
 Iran 1
 Norway 1
 Romania 1
 Slovakia 1
 South Korea 1
 South Sudan 1
 Sudan 1
 Tanzania 1
 Trinidad and Tobago 1
 Tunisia 1
 Uruguay 1

List[edit]

Note: This list is correct through the start of the 2017–18 season.

Pos G Guard F Forward C Center
Yrs Number of seasons played in the NBA
^ Denotes player who has been elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame
* Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
Nationality[A] Birthplace[B] Player Pos. Career[C] Yrs Notes Ref.
 Antigua and Barbuda  United States Julius Hodge G 20052007 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Antiguan citizen, represented Antigua internationally during his playing career, also holds citizenship in the U.S. Virgin Islands. [11]
 Argentina Nicolás Brussino G/F 20162017 2 [12]
 Argentina Carlos Delfino G 20042008;
20092014
8 [13]
 Argentina Patricio Garino G 2017 1 [14]
 Argentina Manu Ginóbili* G 2002–present 16 [15]
 Argentina Walter Herrmann F 20062009 3 [16]
 Argentina Nicolás Laprovíttola G 2016 1 [17]
 Argentina Andrés Nocioni F 20042012 8 [18]
 Argentina Fabricio Oberto F 20052010 6 [19]
 Argentina Pablo Prigioni G 20122016 4 [20]
 Argentina Juan Ignacio Sánchez G 2000–2001; 2002–2003 2 [21]
 Argentina Luis Scola F 20072017 10 [22]
 Argentina Rubén Wolkowyski F 2000–2001; 2002–2003 2 Also holds Polish citizenship. [23]
 Australia David Andersen F/C 20092011 2 Also holds Danish citizenship, but represents Australia internationally.[24] [25]
 Australia Chris Anstey C 19972000 3 [26]
 Australia Cameron Bairstow F/C 20142016 2 [27]
 Australia  New Zealand Aron Baynes* C 2013–present 6 Born in Gisborne, New Zealand, grew up in Australia, became a naturalized Australian citizen, represents Australia internationally.[28] [29]
 Australia Andrew Bogut C 20052018 13 [30]
 Australia Mark Bradtke C 1996–1997 1 [31]
 Australia Matthew Dellavedova* G 2013–present 5 [32]
 Australia Dante Exum* G 2014–present 2 Born in Australia to American parents, represents Australia internationally. [33]
 Australia Andrew Gaze G 1994; 1999 2 [34]
 Australia  United States Ricky Grace G 1993 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Australian citizen, represented Australia internationally during his playing career.[35] [36]
 Australia Shane Heal G 1996–1997;
2003
2 [37]
 Australia Joe Ingles* F 2014–present 4 [38]
 Australia Nathan Jawai F/C 20082010 2 The first ever Indigenous Australian to play in the NBA. [39]
 Australia Luc Longley C 19912001 10 [40]
 Australia  Sudan
(now  South Sudan)
Thon Maker* F/C 2016–present 2 Born in Juba, Sudan (which is now a part of South Sudan), became a naturalized Australian citizen, represents Australia internationally during his playing career. [41]
 Australia  Sudan
(now  South Sudan)
Mangok Mathiang* F/C 2017–present 1 Born in Juba, Sudan (which is now a part of South Sudan), became a naturalized Australian citizen, represents Australia internationally during his playing career. [42]
 Australia  United States Darnell Mee G 19931995 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Australian citizen, represented Australia internationally during his playing career.[43] [44]
 Australia Patty Mills* G 20092011;
2012-present
9 [45]
 Australia Luke Schenscher C 20062007 2 [46]
 Australia Ben Simmons* F 2017–present 1 [47]
 Austria Jakob Pöltl* C 2016–present 2 [48]
 Bahamas Dexter Cambridge F 1992–1993 1 [49]
 Bahamas DeAndre Ayton* C 2018-present 1 [50]
 Bahamas Buddy Hield* G 2016–present 2 [51]
 Bahamas Ian Lockhart F 1990 1 [52]
 Bahamas Mychal Thompson C/F 19781991 12 [53]
 Belarus  United States Maalik Wayns G 20122014 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Belarussian citizen, represents Bielorussia internationally.[54] [55]
 Belgium  Zaire
(now  Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Didier Mbenga C 20042011 7 Born in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), became a naturalized Belgian citizen, represents Belgium internationally.[56] [57]
 Belize  United States Noel Felix F 2006 1 Born in the United States, represents Belize internationally.[58] [59]
 Belize  United States Marlon Garnett G 1998–1999 1 Born in the United States, represents Belize internationally.[58] [60]
 Belize  United States Milt Palacio G 19992006 7 Born in the United States, represented Belize internationally during his playing career.[61] [62]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina  United States J. R. Bremer G 20022004 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Bosnia and Herzegovina citizen, represents Bosnia and Herzegovina internationally.[63] [64]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina  Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Jusuf Nurkić* F 2014–present 4 Born when the official name of the country was the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. [65]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Aleksandar Radojević C 1999–2000;
2004–2005
2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Bosnia and Herzegovina internationally. [66]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Mirza Teletović F 20122018 6 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D], represents Bosnia and Herzegovina internationally. [67]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ratko Varda C 2001–2002 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D], has represented FR Yugoslavia and Bosnia and Herzegovina internationally. [68]
 Brazil Rafael Araújo C 20042007 3 [69]
 Brazil Leandro Barbosa G 20032013; 20142017 14 [70]
 Brazil Bruno Caboclo* F 2014–present 4 [71]
 Brazil Vítor Faverani C 2013–2014 1 [72]
 Brazil Cristiano Felício* F/C 2015–present 3 [73]
 Brazil Rolando Ferreira C 1988–1989 1 [74]
 Brazil Alex Garcia G 20032004 2 [75]
 Brazil Marcelo Huertas G 20152017 2 [76][77]
 Brazil  United States Scott Machado G 2012–2013 1 Born in the United States to Brazilian parents, grew up in the United States, represents Brazil internationally.[78] [79]
 Brazil Fab Melo C 2012–2013 1 [80]
 Brazil Nenê *
(formerly Maybyner Hilário)
F/C 2002–present 16 [81]
 Brazil Raul Neto* G 2015–present 3 [82][83]
 Brazil Lucas Nogueira* C 2014–present 4 [84]
 Brazil Tiago Splitter C/F 20102017 7 [85]
 Brazil Anderson Varejão C/F 20042017 13 [86]
 Brazil João Vianna F 1991 1 [87]
 Brazil Marcus Vinicius F 20062008 2 [88]
 Bulgaria Georgi Glouchkov F 1985–1986 1 Also holds Italian citizenship. [89]
 Bulgaria  United States Priest Lauderdale C 19961998 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Bulgarian citizen, represented Bulgaria internationally during his playing career.[90] [91]
 Bulgaria  United States Cedric Simmons A/C 20062009 3 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Bulgarian citizen, represents Bulgaria internationally.[92] [93]
 Cameroon Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje C 20012004 3 [94]
 Cameroon Joel Embiid* C 2016–present 2 [95]
 Cameroon Luc Mbah a Moute* F 2008–present 10 [96]
 Cameroon Pascal Siakam* F 2016–present 2 [97]
 Canada Joel Anthony C 20072017 10 [98]
 Canada Norm Baker G 1946–1947 1 [99]
 Canada Anthony Bennett F/C 20132017 4 First Canadian drafted #1 overall in the NBA draft. Born in Canada by a Jamaican mother [100] [101]
 Canada Dillon Brooks* G 2017–present 1 [102]
 Canada Sim Bhullar C 2015 1 Born in Canada to Indian parents; first player of Indian descent to play in the NBA. [103]
 Canada Kingdom of Italy Kingdom of Italy

(now  Italy)

Hank Biasatti G 1946 1 First international player in the league.[5] Born in the Kingdom of Italy, grew up in Canada, became a naturalized Canadian citizen.[104] [105]
 Canada Khem Birch* F 2017–present 1 [106]
 Canada  Saint Lucia Chris Boucher* F/C 2017–present 1 Born in Saint Lucia, grew up in Canada, became a naturalized Canadian citizen, represents Canada internationally.[107] [108]
 Canada Ron Crevier C 1985 1 [109]
 Canada  Haiti Samuel Dalembert C 20012015 14 Born in Haiti, grew up in Canada, became a naturalized Canadian citizen, represents Canada internationally.[110] [111]
 Canada Tyler Ennis G 2014-2018 4 [112]
 Canada Rick Fox F/G 19912004 13 [113]
 Canada Stewart Granger G 19831985;
1987
3 [114]
 Canada  Denmark Lars Hansen C 1978–1979 1 Born in Denmark, grew up in Canada, became a naturalized Canadian citizen, represented Canada internationally during his playing career.[115] [116]
 Canada Bob Houbregs^ C/F 19531958 5 [117]
 Canada Cory Joseph* G 2011–present 7 [118]
 Canada Kris Joseph F 2012–2013 1 [119]
 Canada Trey Lyles* F 2015–present 3 Born in Canada, moved to the United States at the age of 7 and is also U.S. citizen. Has represented both the United States and Canada at youth level. Is eligible to represent the United States or Canada internationally.[120][121] [122]
 Canada Todd MacCulloch C 19992003 4 [123]
 Canada Jamaal Magloire C 20002012 12 [124]
 Canada Naz Mitrou-Long G 2017–2018 1 Born in Canada to Canadian father (of Trinidad and Tobago descent) and Greek mother.[125] [126]
 Canada Jamal Murray* G 2016–present 2 [127]
 Canada  South Africa Steve Nash^ G 19962015 18 Born in South Africa to an English father and a Welsh mother, grew up in Canada, became a naturalized Canadian citizen, represented Canada internationally during his playing career.[128] Also holds a British passport.[129] [130]
 Canada Andrew Nicholson F 20122017 5 [131]
 Canada Kelly Olynyk* C 2013–present 5 [132]
 Canada Dwight Powell* F 2014–present 4 [133]
 Canada Xavier Rathan-Mayes* G 2018–present 1 [134]
 Canada  United States Andy Rautins G 2010–2011 1 Born in the United States to Canadian parents, represents Canada internationally.[135] [136]
 Canada Leo Rautins F 19831984 2 [137]
 Canada  United States Robert Sacre C 20122016 4 Born in the United States to an American father and Canadian mother, moved to Canada at age 7 and a dual citizen by birth;[138] represents Canada internationally.[139] [140]
 Canada Mike Smrek C 19851992 7 [141]
 Canada Gino Sovran F/G 1946–1947 1 [142]
 Canada Nik Stauskas* G 2014–present 4 Holds both Canadian and Lithuanian passports. Represents Canada internationally.[143][144] [145]
 Canada Tristan Thompson* F 2011–present 7 [146]
 Canada Ernie Vandeweghe F/G 19491956 7 [147]
 Canada Bill Wennington C 19851991; 19932000 13 [148]
 Canada Andrew Wiggins* G/F 2014–present 4 Born in Canada to an American father and Canadian mother. [149]
 Canada  United States Kyle Wiltjer F/C 2016–2017 1 Born in the United States to a Canadian father and American mother, represents Canada internationally. [150]
 Canada Jim Zoet C 1982 1 [151]
 Cape Verde Walter Tavares C 20152017 2 [152]
 China Mengke Bateer C 20022003 3 [153]
 China Sun Yue G 2008–2009 1 [154]
 China Wang Zhizhi C 20012005 5 [155]
 China Yao Ming^ C 20022011 8 [156]
 China Yi Jianlian F 20072012 5 [157]
 China Zhou Qi* C 2017–present 1 [158]
 Croatia  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Dalibor Bagarić C 20002003 3 Born in West Germany,[G] represents Croatia internationally. [159]
 Croatia  Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Bender* F/C 2016–present 2 Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents Croatia internationally. [160]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Bojan Bogdanović* G/F 2014–present 4 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Croatia internationally. [161]
 Croatia Duje Dukan F 2016 1 Born in Croatia, moved to the United States at the age of 10 months and is also U.S. citizen. Represents Croatia internationally.[162][163] [164]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Gordan Giriček G/F 20022008 6 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented Croatia internationally during his playing career. [165]
 Croatia  United States Justin Hamilton C 20142015;
2016–2017
3 Croatian ancestry on his mother side. Born in the United States, represents Croatia internationally. [166]
 Croatia Mario Hezonja* G/F 2015–present 2 [167]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Mario Kasun C 20042006 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Croatia internationally. [168]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Toni Kukoč F 19932006 13 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and Croatia internationally during his playing career. [169]
 Croatia  United States Oliver Lafayette G 2010 1 Born in the United States, represents Croatia internationally. [170]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Damir Markota C 2006–2007 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] grew up in Sweden, represents Croatia internationally.[171] [172]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Dražen Petrović^ G 19891993 4 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and Croatia internationally until his death in 1993. [173]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina}
Zoran Planinić G 20032006 3 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Croatia internationally. [174]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Dino Rađa F/C 19931997 4 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and Croatia internationally during his playing career. [175]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Damjan Rudež F 20142017 3 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Croatia internationally. [176]
 Croatia Dario Šarić* F 2016–present 2 [177]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Bruno Šundov C 19982005 7 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented Croatia internationally. [178]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Žan Tabak C 19941998; 19992001 6 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and Croatia internationally during his playing career. [179]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Roko Ukić G 20082010 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Croatia internationally. [180]
 Croatia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Stojko Vranković C 19901992; 19961999 5 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and Croatia internationally during his playing career. [181]
 Croatia Ante Žižić* C 2017–present 1 [182]
 Croatia  Bosnia and Herzegovina Ivica Zubac* C 2016–present 2 Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents Croatia internationally. [183]
 Cuba Lazaro Borrell F 1999–2000 1 [184]
 Cuba Andrés Guibert F/C 19941995 2 Born in Cuba, defected to Puerto Rico in 1993.[185] [186]
 Czech Republic  Czechoslovakia
(now  Czech Republic)
Tomáš Satoranský* F 2016–present 2 Born in Czechoslovakia,[E] represents Czech Republic internationally. [187]
 Czech Republic  Czechoslovakia
(now  Czech Republic)
Jan Veselý F 20112014 3 Born in Czechoslovakia,[E] represents Czech Republic internationally. [188]
 Czech Republic  Czechoslovakia
(now  Czech Republic)
Jiří Welsch G 20022006 4 Born in Czechoslovakia,[E] represents Czech Republic internationally. [189]
 Czech Republic  Czechoslovakia
(now  Czech Republic)
George Zidek C 19951998 3 Born in Czechoslovakia,[E] representd Czech Republic internationally during his playing career. Known in Europe as Jiří Zidek, Jr. [190]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo  Zaire
(now  Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Bismack Biyombo* F 2011–present 7 Born in Zaire. [191]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo  Zaire
(now  Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Christian Eyenga G/F 20102012 2 Born in Zaire. [192]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo  Zaire
(now  Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Emmanuel Mudiay* F 2015–present 4 Born in Zaire. [193]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Dikembe Mutombo^ C 19912009 18 Born in the original Democratic Republic of the Congo, raised in Zaire throughout most of its existence. [194]
 Dominica Garth Joseph C 2000–2001 1 [195]
 Dominican Republic Luis Flores G 2004–2005 1 [196]
 Dominican Republic Francisco García F/G 20052014 10 [197]
 Dominican Republic Tito Horford C 19881990;
1993
3 [198]
 Dominican Republic Al Horford* C 2007–present 11 [199]
 Dominican Republic Felipe López G 19982002 4 [200]
 Dominican Republic Luis David Montero G 2015–2016;
2017–2018
2 [201]
 Dominican Republic  United States Charlie Villanueva F 20052016 11 Born in the United States, previously represented the United States at youth level, now represents Dominican Republic internationally.[202] [203]
 Dominican Republic  United States Karl-Anthony Towns* C 2015–present 3 Born in the United States, represents Dominican Republic internationally. [204]
 Egypt Alaa Abdelnaby F/C 19901995 5 Born in Egypt, moved to the United States at the age of 2 and is also U.S. citizen.[205] [206]
 Egypt Abdel Nader* F/C 2017–present 1 Born in Egypt, moved to the United States at the age of 3 and is also U.S. citizen.[207] [208]
 Estonia  Soviet Union
(now  Estonia)
Martin Müürsepp F 19961998 2 Born in Estonia,[F] represented Estonia internationally during his playing career. [209]
 Finland Lauri Markkanen* F/C 2017–present 1 [210]
 Finland Hanno Möttölä C 20002002 2 [211]
 Finland  France Erik Murphy C 2013–2014 1 Born in France to an American father and Finnish mother. Holds both American and Finnish passports. Represents Finland internationally. [212]
 France Tariq Abdul-Wahad
(formerly Olivier Saint-Jean)
F 19972003 6 [213]
 France Alexis Ajinça* F 20082011; 2013–present 7 [214]
 France Nicolas Batum* F 2008–present 10 [215]
 France Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Rodrigue Beaubois G 20092013 4 Born in Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. [216]
 France  United States Howard Carter G 19831984 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized French citizen, represented France internationally during his playing career.[217] [218]
 France Nando de Colo G 20122014 2 [219]
 France Boris Diaw F/C 20032017 14 [220]
 France Yakhouba Diawara F 20062010 4 [221]
 France Evan Fournier* G/F 2012–present 6 [222]
 France Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Mickaël Gelabale F 20062008;
2013
3 Born in Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. [223]
 France Rudy Gobert* C 2013–present 5 [224]
 France  French Guiana Damien Inglis F 2015–2016 1 Born in French Guiana, an overseas region of France in South America. [225]
 France Joffrey Lauvergne F/C 20152018 4 [226]
 France Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot* G/F 2016–present 2 [227]
 France Ian Mahinmi* C 2007–present 10 [228]
 France Jérôme Moïso F 20002005 5 [229]
 France  United States Joakim Noah* C 2007–present 11 Born in the United States to a French father and a Swedish mother, grew up in France and the United States, became a French citizen and represents France internationally[230] [231]
 France  Belgium Frank Ntilikina* G 2017–present 1 Born in Belgium to Rwandan parents, grew up in France, represents France internationally.[232] [233]
 France  Belgium Tony Parker* G 2001–present 17 Born in Belgium to an American father and a Dutch mother, grew up in France, represents France internationally.[234] [235]
 France Johan Petro C 20052013 8 [236]
 France Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Mickaël Piétrus G/F 20032013 10 Born in Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. [237]
 France Antoine Rigaudeau G 2003 1 [238]
 France  French Guiana Kevin Seraphin F 20102017 7 Born in French Guiana, an overseas region of France in South America. [239]
 France Pape Sy F/G 2010–2011 1 [240]
 France Axel Toupane F/G 2016-2017 2 [241]
 France  Martinique Ronny Turiaf F 20062014 10 Born in Martinique, an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. [242]
 France Guerschon Yabusele* F 2017–present 1 [243]
 Gabon Stephane Lasme F 2007–2008 1 [244]
 Georgia  United States Taurean Green G 2007–2008 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Georgian citizen, represents Georgia internationally.[245] [246]
 Georgia  Soviet Union
(now  Georgia)
Zaza Pachulia* C 2003–present 15 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Georgia internationally. Also holds a Turkish passport.[247] [248]
 Georgia  United States Melvin Sanders G/F 2005–2006 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Georgian citizen.[249] [250]
 Georgia Tornike Shengelia F 20122014 2 [251]
 Georgia  Soviet Union
(now  Georgia)
Vladimir Stepania C 19982004 6 Born in the Soviet Union.[F] [252]
 Georgia  Soviet Union
(now  Georgia)
Nikoloz Tskitishvili F 20022006 4 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Georgia internationally [253]
 Georgia  United States Shammond Williams G 19982004; 2006–2007 7 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Georgian citizen, represented Georgia internationally during his playing career.[254] [255]
 Georgia  United States Luke Zeller G 2012–2013 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Georgian citizen.[256][257] [258]
 Georgia  United States Jacob Pullen G 2017–present 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Georgian citizen.[259] [260]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Uwe Blab C 19851990 5 Born in West Germany.[G] [261]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Shawn Bradley C 19932005 12 Born in West Germany[G] to American parents, grew up in the United States, represented Germany internationally during his playing career.[262] [263]
 Germany  Weimar Republic Frido Frey F 1946–1947 1 Born in the Weimar Republic,[G] grew up in the U.S.[264] [265]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Elias Harris F 2013 1 Born in West Germany.[G] [266]
 Germany  Weimar Republic Charlie Hoefer F 19461948 1 Born in the Weimar Republic,[G] grew up in the U.S.[267] [268]
 Germany  United States Chris Kaman C 20032016 13 German anchestry on his father side. Born in the United States, represents Germany internationally.[269] [270]
 Germany Maxi Kleber* G 2017–present 1 [271]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Dirk Nowitzki* F 1998–present 20 Born in West Germany.[G] [272]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Tim Ohlbrecht F/C 2013 1 Born in West Germany.[G] [273]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Tibor Pleiß C 2015–2016 1 Born in West Germany.[G] [274]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Detlef Schrempf F/C 19852001 16 Born in West Germany.[G] [275]
 Germany Dennis Schröder* G 2013–present 5 [276]
 Germany Daniel Theis* F/C 2017–present 1 [277]
 Germany  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Christian Welp C 19871990 3 Born in West Germany.[G] [278]
 Germany Paul Zipser* G/F 2016–present 2 [279]
 Ghana Ben Bentil F 2017 1 [280]
 Great Britain
 England
 United States John Amaechi C/F 1995–1996; 19992003 5 Born in the United States to a Nigerian father and a British mother, grew up in England, represented England internationally during his playing career.[281][282] [283]
 Great Britain
 England
OG Anunoby* F 2017–present 1 Born in England to Nigerian parents.[284] [285]
 Great Britain
 Scotland
Robert Archibald F 20022004 2 [286]
 Great Britain
 England
Steve Bucknall G 1989–1990 1 [287]
 Great Britain
 England
 Sudan
(now  South Sudan)
Luol Deng* F 2004–present 14 Born in Sudan (now South Sudan),[H] grew up in England, became a naturalized British citizen, represents England and Great Britain internationally.[288] [289]
 Great Britain
 England
James Donaldson C 19801993; 1995 14 [290]
 Great Britain
 England
Ndudi Ebi F 20032005 2 Born in England to Nigerian parents, grew up in the United States.[282] [291]
 Great Britain
 England
Joel Freeland C 20122015 3 [292]
 Great Britain
 England
Ben Gordon G 20042015 11 Born in England to Jamaican parents, grew up in the United States, represents Great Britain internationally.[293] [294]
 Great Britain
 England
Chris Harris G 1955–1956 1 [295]
 Great Britain
 England
Pops Mensah-Bonsu F 2006–2007; 20092011 4 Born in England to Ghanaian parents, represented Great Britain internationally during his playing career.[296] [297]
 Great Britain
 England
 United States Byron Mullens C 20092014 5 Born in the United States to an American father and a British mother, grew up in the US, obtained British passport to be considered to represent Great Britain internationally.[298] [299]
 Greece Giannis Antetokounmpo* F 2013–present 5 Born in Greece to Nigerian parents, became a Greek citizen on May 2013. Represents Greece internationally.[300] [301]
 Greece Thanasis Antetokounmpo F 2016 1 Born in Greece to Nigerian parents, became a Greek citizen on May 2013. [302]
 Greece  United States Nick Calathes G 20132015 2 Born in the United States to Greek parents, represents Greece internationally. [303]
 Greece  United States Tyler Dorsey* G 2017–present 1 Born in the United States to American father and Greek mother, represents Greece internationally.[304] [305]
 Greece Antonis Fotsis F 2001–2002 1 [306]
 Greece Andreas Glyniadakis C 2006–2007 1 [307]
 Greece  United States Kosta Koufos* C 2008–present 10 Born in the United States to Greek parents, represents Greece internationally.[308] [309]
 Greece Georgios Papagiannis C 20162018 2 [310]
 Greece Kostas Papanikolaou F 20142016 2 [311]
 Greece Efthimios Rentzias C 2002–2003 1 [312]
 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis G 2006–2007 1 [313]
 Greece  Soviet Union
(now  Georgia)
Jake Tsakalidis C 20002007 7 Born in Soviet Union (now Georgia),[F] represented Greece internationally during his playing career.[314] [315]
 Guyana Rawle Marshall G/F 20052007 2 [316]
 Guyana Jason Miskiri G 1999 1 [317]
 Haiti Yvon Joseph C 1985 1 [318]
 Haiti Skal Labissière* C 2016–present 2 [319]
 Haiti Olden Polynice C/F 19872001;
2003–2004
15 Born in Haiti, grew up in the United States.[320] [321]
 Hungary Kornél Dávid F 19992001 3 [322]
 Iceland Pétur Guðmundsson C 1981–1982;
19861989
5 [323]
 Iran Hamed Haddadi C 20082013 5 [324]
 Ireland Pat Burke C/F 2002–2003; 20052007 3 Born in Ireland, raised in the United States.[325] [326]
 Ireland  United States Cal Bowdler F 19992002 3 Born in the United States, represented Ireland internationally during his playing career.[327] [328]
 Ireland  United States Marty Conlon F/C 19912000 9 Born in the United States, represented Ireland internationally during his playing career.[329] [330]
 Israel Omri Casspi* F 2009–present 9 [331]
 Israel T. J. Leaf* F 2017-present 1 Born in Israel to American parents, previously represented the United States at youth level,[332] represents Israel internationally.[333] [334]
 Israel Gal Mekel G 20132014 2 [335]
 Italy  United States Ryan Arcidiacono* G 2017–present 1 Born in the United States, represents Italy internationally.[336] [337]
 Italy Andrea Bargnani F 20062016 10 First European drafted #1 overall in the NBA draft [338]
 Italy Marco Belinelli* G 2007–present 11 [339]
 Italy  United States Mike D'Antoni G 19731977 4 Born in the United States, represented Italy internationally during his playing career. [340]
 Italy Luigi Datome F 20132015 2 [341]
 Italy  United States Travis Diener G 20052010 5 Born in the United States, represents Italy internationally.[342] [343]
 Italy Vincenzo Esposito G 1995–1996 1 [344]
 Italy Danilo Gallinari* F 2008–present 10 [345]
 Italy  United States Brian Oliver G 19901992;
1994;
1998
4 Born in the United States naturalized Italian citizen.[346] [347]
 Italy Stefano Rusconi C/F 1995–1996 1 [348]
 Jamaica  United States Patrick Ewing, Jr. F 2011 1 Born in the United States to a Jamaican father and an American mother, represents Jamaica internationally.[349] [350]
 Jamaica  United States Roy Hibbert C 20082017 9 Born in the United States to a Jamaican father and a Trinidadian mother, previously represented the United States at youth level, now represents Jamaica internationally.[351] [352]
 Jamaica Jerome Jordan C 2011–2012;
2014–2015
2 [353]
 Jamaica  United States Ryan Reid F 2011–2012 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Jamaican citizen [354]
 Jamaica Rumeal Robinson G 19901994;
1996-1997
6 [355]
 Jamaica Samardo Samuels F 20102013 3 [356]
 Jamaica Wayne Sappleton F 1984–1985 1 [357]
 Jamaica  United States Gary Voce F 1989 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Jamaican citizen [358]
 Japan  United States J. R. Sakuragi
(formerly J. R. Henderson)
F 1998–1999 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Japanese citizen, represents Japan internationally[359] [360]
 Japan Yuta Tabuse G 2004 1 [361]
 Latvia Dāvis Bertāns* F 2016–present 2 [362]
 Latvia  Soviet Union
(now  Latvia)
Andris Biedriņš C 20042014 10 Born in Soviet Union,[F] represents Latvia internationally. [363]
 Latvia Kristaps Porziņģis* F/C 2015–present 2 [364]
 Latvia  Soviet Union
(now  Latvia)
Gundars Vētra F 1992–1993 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented the Soviet Union internationally during his playing career. [365]
 Libya  United States Hesham Salem
(formerly Hiram Fuller)
F 2004 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Libyan citizen, represents Libya internationally.[366][367] [368]
 Libya  United States Raed Elhamali
(formerly Randy Holcomb)
F 2006 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Libyan citizen, represents Libya internationally.[366][369] [370]
 Lebanon  United States Matt Freije F 2004–2005; 2006 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Lebanese citizen, represents Lebanon internationally.[371] [372]
 Lebanon  United States Loren Woods C 2001-2006; 2008 6 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Lebanese citizen, represents Lebanon internationally.[371] [373]
 Lebanon  United States Jackson Vroman F/C 20042006 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Lebanese citizen, represented Lebanon internationally during his playing career.[371] [374]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Martynas Andriuškevičius C 2005-2007 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Lithuania internationally. [375]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Žydrūnas Ilgauskas C 19962011 13 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [376]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Šarūnas Jasikevičius G 20052007 2 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [377]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Linas Kleiza F 20052009; 20102013 7 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [378]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Mindaugas Kuzminskas F 20162017 2 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Lithuania internationally. [379]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Arvydas Macijauskas G 2005–2006 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [380]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Šarūnas Marčiulionis^ G 19891997 8 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented the Soviet Union and Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [381]
 Lithuania Donatas Motiejūnas F/C 20122017 5 [382]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Arvydas Sabonis^ C 19952001; 2002–2003 7 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented the Soviet Union and Lithuania internationally during his playing career. [383]
 Lithuania  United States Domantas Sabonis* C 2016–present 2 Born in the United States to Lithuanian parents, represents Lithuania internationally. [384]
 Lithuania  Soviet Union
(now  Lithuania)
Darius Songaila F 20032011 8 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Lithuania internationally. [385]
 Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas* C 2012–present 5 [386]
 Macedonia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Macedonia)
Pero Antić F/C 20132015 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented Macedonia internationally. [387]
 Macedonia  United States Ryan Stack G 1998-2000 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Macedonian citizen, represented Macedonia internationally during his playing career.[388] [389]
 Macedonia  United States Darius Washington G 2007 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Macedonian citizen, represents Macedonia internationally.[390] [391]
 Mali Cheick Diallo* F 2016–present 2 [392]
 Mali Soumaila Samake C 2000–2001;
2002
2 [393]
 Mexico Gustavo Ayón F 20112014 3 [394]
 Mexico Jorge Gutiérrez G 20142015;
2016
3 [395]
 Mexico Horacio Llamas C 19971998 2 [396]
 Mexico Eduardo Nájera F 20002012 12 [397]
 Montenegro  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Žarko Čabarkapa F 20032006 3 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Montenegro internationally during his playing career. [398]
 Montenegro  United States Omar Cook G 20042005 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Montenegrin citizen, represents Montenegro internationally.[399] [400]
 Montenegro  United States Quincy Douby G 20062009 3 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Montenegrin citizen, represents Montenegro internationally.[399] [401]
 Montenegro  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Predrag Drobnjak C 20012005 4 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Montenegro internationally during his playing career. [402]
 Montenegro  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Nikola Peković C 20102017 6 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia and Montenegro and Montenegro internationally. [403]
 Montenegro  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Slavko Vraneš C 2004 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Montenegro internationally. [404]
 Montenegro   Switzerland Nikola Vučević* C 2011–present 7 Born in Switzerland to Montenegrin parents, grew up in Belgium, represents Montenegro internationally.[405] [406]
 Netherlands Francisco Elson C 20032012 9 [407]
 Netherlands Dan Gadzuric C 20022011; 2012 10 [408]
 Netherlands Geert Hammink C 19941996 3 [409]
 Netherlands Swen Nater C 19761984 8 [410]
 Netherlands Rik Smits C 19882000 12 [411]
 New Zealand Steven Adams* C 2013–present 5 [412]
 New Zealand Sean Marks F/C 19982000; 20012003; 20042011 11 [413]
 New Zealand Kirk Penney G 2003; 2004–2005 2 [414]
 Nigeria  United States Josh Akognon G 2013 1 Born in the United States to Nigerian parents, represents Nigeria internationally.[415] [416]
 Nigeria Solomon Alabi C 20102012 2 [417]
 Nigeria  United States Al-Farouq Aminu* F 2010–present 8 Born in the United States to Nigerian parents, represents Nigeria internationally.[418] [419]
 Nigeria Peter Aluma C 1999 1 [420]
 Nigeria  Great Britain
 England
Kelenna Azubuike G 20072011; 2012 5 Born in England to Nigerian parents, grew up in the United States, does not hold British citizenship.[421][422] [423]
 Nigeria Yinka Dare C 19941998 4 [424]
 Nigeria  United States Ike Diogu F 20052012 6 Born in the United States to Nigerian parents, represents Nigeria internationally.[418] [425]
 Nigeria Obinna Ekezie F/C 19992002;
2005
4 [426]
 Nigeria Festus Ezeli C 20122017 3 [427]
 Nigeria  United States Michael Gbinije F 2016–2017 1 Born and raised in the United States to an American mother and a Nigerian father, represents Nigeria internationally. [428]
 Nigeria  United States Gani Lawal F 2010–2011 1 Born and raised in the United States to an American mother and a Nigerian father, represents Nigeria internationally. [429]
 Nigeria Julius Nwosu C 1994–1995 1 [430]
 Nigeria  United States Daniel Ochefu F 2016–2017 1 Born in the United States to Nigerian parents, represents Nigeria internationally.[431] [432]
 Nigeria Michael Olowokandi C 19982007 9 Born in Nigeria, grew up in England.[282] [433]
 Nigeria Olumide Oyedeji C 20002003 3 [434]
 Nigeria  United States Ime Udoka F 2004; 20062011 7 Born in the United States, represented Nigeria internationally during his playing career.[435] [436]
 Nigeria  United States Ben Uzoh F 2010–2011; 2012 2 Born in the United States, represents Nigeria internationally. [437]
 Norway Torgeir Bryn C 1989 1 [438]
 Panama  United States Lorenzo Charles F 1985–1986 1 Born in the United States, represented Panama internationally during his playing career.[439] [440]
 Panama Gary Forbes F 20102012 2 [441]
 Panama Rubén Garcés F 2000–2001 1 [442]
 Panama  United States Stuart Gray C/F 19841991 7 Born in the Panama Canal Zone (which was controlled by the United States), represented Panama internationally during his playing career.[439] [443]
 Philippines  United States Andray Blatche C/F 20052014 9 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Filipino citizen, represents the Philippines internationally. [444]
 Philippines  United States Jordan Clarkson* G 2014–present 4 Born in the United States to an American father and a Filipino mother, is ineligible to represent the Philippines internationally.[445] [446]
 Philippines  United States Raymond Townsend G 19781980;
1981–1982
3 Born in the United States to an American father and a Filipino mother.[447] [448]
 Poland Marcin Gortat* C/F 2007–present 11 [449]
 Poland Maciej Lampe F/C 20032006 3 Born in Poland, grew up in Sweden, represents Poland internationally.[171] [450]
 Poland  United States Jeff Nordgaard SF 1997–1998 1 Born in the United States, represented Poland internationally. [451]
 Poland Cezary Trybański C 20022004 2 [452]
 Puerto Rico Carlos Arroyo G 20012008; 20092011 9 [453]
 Puerto Rico  United States Renaldo Balkman F 20062012 6 Born on the United States mainland, represents Puerto Rico internationally.[454] [455]
 Puerto Rico José Juan Barea* G 2006–present 12 [456]
 Puerto Rico Gian Clavell G 2017 1 [457]
 Puerto Rico Guillermo Diaz G 2008 1 [458]
 Puerto Rico  United States Moe Harkless* F 2012–present 6 Born on the United States mainland, represents Puerto Rico internationally.[459][460] [461]
 Puerto Rico  United States John Holland* G 2016;
2017–present
2 Born on the United States mainland, represents Puerto Rico internationally.[462] In the 2015–16 season, he played one game during the Playoffs, but not during the regular season.[463] [464]
 Puerto Rico Butch Lee G 19781980 2 [465]
 Puerto Rico José Ortiz F 19881990 2 [466]
 Puerto Rico Peter John Ramos C 2004–2005 1 [467]
 Puerto Rico Ramón Rivas F/C 1988–1989 1 [468]
 Puerto Rico  United States Daniel Santiago C 20002002; 20032005 4 Born on the United States mainland, represents Puerto Rico internationally.[454] [469]
 Puerto Rico  United States Edwin Ubiles F/G 2012 1 Born on the United States mainland, represents Puerto Rico internationally.[470] [471]
 Qatar  United States Jarvis Hayes F 20032010 7 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Qatari citizen, represents Qatar internationally.[472] [473]
 Qatar  United States Trey Johnson G 2009; 20102012 3 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Qatari citizen, represents Qatar internationally.[472] [474]
 Romania Gheorghe Mureșan C 19931997; 19992000 6 [475]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Sergei Bazarevich G 1994–1995 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented the Soviet Union and Russia internationally during his playing career. [476]
 Russia  United States Travis Hansen G 2003–2004 1 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Russian citizen. [477]
 Russia Sergey Karasev G/F 20132016 3 [478]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Sasha Kaun C 2015–2016 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [479]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Victor Khryapa F 20042008 4 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [480]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Andrei Kirilenko F 20012011; 20122015 13 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Russia internationally during his playing career. He also holds U.S. citienship since 2010.[481] [482]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Yaroslav Korolev F 20052007 2 Born in the Soviet Union.[F] [483]
 Russia  United States Kelly McCarty G/F 1998–1999 1 Born in the United States, represented Russia internationally during his playing career. [484]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Sergei Monia F 2005–2006 1 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [485]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Timofey Mozgov* F 2010–present 8 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [486]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Pavel Podkolzin C 20042006 2 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [487]
 Russia  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Alexey Shved G 20122015 3 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Russia internationally. [488]
 Saint Lucia Chris Boucher C 20182018 1 [489]
 Senegal Gorgui Dieng* C 2013–present 5 [490]
 Senegal DeSagana Diop C 20012013 12 [491]
 Senegal Hamady N'Diaye C 20102012;
2013–2014
3 [492]
 Senegal Makhtar N'Diaye F 1999 1 [493]
 Senegal Mamadou N'Diaye C 20002005 5 [494]
 Senegal Boniface N'Dong C 2005–2006 1 [495]
 Senegal Maurice Ndour SF 2016–2017 1 [496]
 Senegal  United States Georges Niang F 2016–2017 1 Born in the United States to a Senegalese father and American mother, represents Senegal internationally.[497] [498]
 Senegal Cheikh Samb C 20072009 2 [499]
 Senegal Mouhamed Sene F 20062009 3 [500]
 Senegal Pape Sow F 20042007 3 [501]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Miloš Babić C/F 19901991 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia.[D] [502]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Nemanja Bjelica* F 2015–present 3 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [503]
 Serbia Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Bogdan Bogdanović* G 2017-present 1 Born in FR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [504]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Radisav Ćurčić C 1992–1993 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [505]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Rastko Cvetković C 1995–1996 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [506]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Predrag Danilović G 19951997 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [507]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Vlade Divac C 19892005 16 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [508]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Aleksandar Đorđević G 1996 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [509]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Mile Ilić C 2006–2007 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented Serbia and Montenegro internationally.[510] [511]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Marko Jarić G 20022009 7 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally. [512]
 Serbia  FR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Nikola Jokić* C 2015–present 3 Born in FR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [513]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Nenad Krstić C 20042011 7 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally. [514]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ognjen Kuzmić C 20132015 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [515]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Boban Marjanović* C 2015–present 3 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [516]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Darko Miličić F/C 20032012 10 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally. [517]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Nemanja Nedović G 2013-2014 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [518]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Žarko Paspalj F 1989–1990 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia and FR Yugoslavia internationally during his playing career. [519]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Sasha Pavlović G/F 20032013 10 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally. [520]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Kosta Perović C 2007–2008 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] has represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally. [521]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Vladimir Radmanović F 20012013 12 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally during his playing career. [522]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Miroslav Raduljica* C 2013–2014;
2015
2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [523]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Igor Rakočević G 2002–2003 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally during his playing career. [524]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Željko Rebrača C 20012007 5 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented SFR Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia, and Serbia and Montenegro internationally during his playing career. [525]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Predrag Savović G 2002–2003 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia.[D] [526]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Croatia)
Peja Stojaković F/G 19982011 13 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia internationally during his playing career. [527]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Dragan Tarlać C 2000–2001 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented FR Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro internationally during his playing career. [528]
 Serbia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Miloš Teodosić* C 2017–present 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Serbia internationally. [529]
 Slovakia  Czechoslovakia
(now  Slovakia)
Richard Petruška C/F 1993–1994 1 Born in Czechoslovakia,[E] represented Czechoslovakia and Slovakia internationally during his playing career.[530] [531]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Primož Brezec C 20012008;
2009–2010
8 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [532]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Goran Dragić* G 2008–present 10 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [533]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Zoran Dragić G 2014–2015 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [534]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Marko Milič G/F 19971999 2 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented Slovenia internationally during his playing career. [535]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Boštjan Nachbar F 20022008 6 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [536]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Radoslav Nesterović C 19982010 12 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented Slovenia internationally during his playing career. [537]
 Slovenia  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Anthony Randolph F 20082014 6 Born in West Germany[G] to American parents, grew up in the United States,[538] represents Slovenia internationally.[539][540] [541]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Uroš Slokar F 2006–2007 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [542]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Beno Udrih G 20042017 13 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [543]
 Slovenia  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Slovenia)
Sasha Vujačić G 20042011;
2014;
20152017
10 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Slovenia internationally. [544]
 South Korea Ha Seung-Jin C 20042006 2 [545]
 South Sudan  Sudan
(now  South Sudan)
Deng Gai F 2005 1 Born in Sudan.[H] [546]
 Spain Álex Abrines* G/F 2016–present 2 [547]
 Spain José Calderón* G 2005–present 13 [548]
 Spain Víctor Claver F 20122015 3 [549]
 Spain Rudy Fernández G 20082012 4 [550]
 Spain Jorge Garbajosa F 20062008 2 [551]
 Spain Marc Gasol* C 2008–present 10 [552]
 Spain Pau Gasol* F 2001–present 17 [553]
 Spain Juan Hernangómez* F 2016–present 2 [554]
 Spain Willy Hernangómez* C 2016–present 2 [555]
 Spain  Republic of the Congo Serge Ibaka* F 2009–present 8 Born in the Republic of the Congo, obtained Spanish citizenship, represents Spain internationally.[556] [557]
 Spain Raül López G 20022005 2 [558]
 Spain Fernando Martín C 1986–1987 1 [559]
 Spain  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Montenegro)
Nikola Mirotić* F 2014–present 4 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represents Spain internationally. [560]
 Spain Juan Carlos Navarro G 2007–2008 1 [561]
 Spain Sergio Rodríguez G 20062010; 2016–2017 5 [562]
 Spain  United States Johnny Rogers F/C 19861988 2 Born in the United States, became a naturalized Spanish citizen, represented Spain internationally during his playing career. [563]
 Spain Ricky Rubio* G 2011–present 7 [564]
 Sudan  Sudan
(now  South Sudan)[H]
Manute Bol C 19851995 10 [565]
 Sweden Jonas Jerebko* F 2009–present 8 [566]
 Sweden Jeffery Taylor F 20122015 3 Born in Sweden to an American father and a Swedish mother; also a United States citizen by birth.[567] Represents Sweden internationally. [568]
  Switzerland Clint Capela* F 2014–present 4 [569]
  Switzerland Thabo Sefolosha* G 2006–present 12 [570]
 Tanzania Hasheem Thabeet C 20092014 5 [571]
 Trinidad and Tobago Ken Charles G 19731977 5 [572]
 Tunisia Salah Mejri* C 2015–present 2 [573]
 Turkey Furkan Aldemir F/C 2014–2015 1 [574]
 Turkey Ömer Aşık* C/F 2010–present 7 [575]
 Turkey Semih Erden C 20102012 2 [576]
 Turkey Ersan İlyasova* F 2005-2007;
2009–present
10 [577]
 Turkey   Switzerland Enes Kanter* F 2011–present 6 Born in Switzerland to Turkish parents, represents Turkey internationally.[578] [579]
 Turkey Furkan Korkmaz G 2017–present 1 [580]
 Turkey İbrahim Kutluay G 2004–2005 1 [581]
 Turkey Mehmet Okur F/C 20022012 10 [582]
 Turkey  Macedonia Cedi Osman* F 2017–present 1 Born in Macedonia to Turkish father and Bosnian mother, grew up in Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents Turkey internationally.[583] [584]
 Turkey  SFR Yugoslavia
(now  Serbia)
Mirsad Türkcan F 1999–2000 1 Born in SFR Yugoslavia,[D] represented Turkey internationally during his playing career. [585]
 Turkey Hedo Türkoğlu F 20002015 15 [586]
 Ukraine Joel Bolomboy F/C 2016-present 2 [587]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Kyrylo Fesenko C 20072012 5 Born in the Soviet Union.[F] represents Ukraine internationally. [588]
 Ukraine  United States Pooh Jeter G 2010–2011 1 Born in the United States represents Ukraine internationally. [589]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Vyacheslav Kravtsov C 20122014 2 Born in the Soviet Union.[F] represents Ukraine internationally. [590]
 Ukraine Alex Len* C 2013–present 5 [591]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Slava Medvedenko F 20002007 7 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Ukraine internationally during his playing career. [592]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Oleksiy Pecherov C 20072010 3 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represents Ukraine internationally. [593]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Ukraine)
Vitaly Potapenko C 19962007 11 Born in the Soviet Union.[F] [594]
 Ukraine  Soviet Union
(now  Russia)
Alexander Volkov F 19891992 3 Born in the Soviet Union,[F] represented Soviet Union and Ukraine internationally during his playing career.[595] [596]
 United States  Republic of China Joe Alexander F 20082010 2 Born in the Republic of China to American parents, moved to the United States at the age of 8.[597] [598]
 United States  Netherlands Hank Beenders C/F 19461949 3 Born in the Netherlands, moved to the United States at the age of 8, became a naturalized U.S. citizen.[599] [600]
 United States  Panama Rolando Blackman G 19811994 13 Born in Panama, became a naturalized U.S. citizen, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[601] [602]
 United States  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Carlos Boozer F/C 20022015 13 Born in West Germany[G] to American parents, grew up in the United States, represents the United States internationally.[603] [604]
 United States  Spain Wallace Bryant C 19831986 3 Born in Spain to American parents, grew up in the United States. [604]
 United States  U.S. Virgin Islands Tim Duncan F/C 19972016 19 Born in U.S. Virgin Islands, represented the United States internationally before announcing his international retirement in 2004.[605] [606]
 United States  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Jo Jo English G 19921995 3 Born in West Germany.[G] [607]
 United States  Jamaica Patrick Ewing^ C/F 19852002 17 Born in Jamaica, moved to the United States at the age of 11, became a naturalized U.S. citizen, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[608] [609]
 United States  Morocco Mike Flynn G 19751979 3 Born in French Morocco, grew up in the United States [610]
 United States  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Adonal Foyle C 19972009 12 Born in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, moved to the United States, became a naturalized U.S. citizen.[611] [612]
 United States  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Donté Greene F 20082012 4 Born in West Germany[G] to American parents, previously represented the United States at youth level.[613] [614]
 United States  Romania Ernie Grunfeld G/F 19771986 9 Born in Romania, moved to the United States at the age of 9, became a naturalized U.S. citizen, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[615] [616]
 United States  Belgium Xavier Henry G 20102014 5 Born in Belgium to American parents, grew up in the United States.[617] [618]
 United States  Australia Kyrie Irving* G 2011–present 7 Born in Australia to American parents, has dual U.S. and Australian citizenship, has represented the United States internationally at youth and senior level.[619] [620]
 United States  Italy Reggie Jackson* G 2011–present 7 Born in Italy to American parents, grew up in the United States.[621] [622]
 United States  Jamaica Omari Johnson* F 2018–present 1 Born in Jamaica to American parents.[623] [624]
 United States  Luxembourg Alvin Jones F 2001–2002 1 Born in Luxembourg to an American father and Luxembourg mother, grew up in the United States.[625] [626]
 United States  Lebanon Steve Kerr G 19882003 15 Born in Lebanon to the Lebanese-born American citizen Malcolm H. Kerr, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[627] [628]
 United States  France Cozell McQueen F 1987 1 Born in France to American parents.[629] [630]
 United States  Manchukuo
(now  China)
Tom Meschery
(formerly Tomislav Meshcheryakov)
F 19611971 10 Born in Manchukuo (a puppet state of the Empire of Japan, now part of China) to Russian parents, moved to the United States at the age of 8, became a naturalized U.S. citizen.[631] [632]
 United States  Nigeria Hakeem Olajuwon^ C 19842002 18 Born in Nigeria, became a naturalized U.S. citizen, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[633] [634]
 United States  Lebanon Rony Seikaly C 19881999 11 Born in Lebanon, became a naturalized U.S. citizen, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[635][636] [637]
 United States  Sweden Miles Simon G 1998–1999 1 Born in Sweden to an American father and a Norwegian mother.[171] [638]
 United States  France Michael Stewart C 19972005 8 Born in France to American parents.[639] [640]
 United States  Spain Wally Szczerbiak F 19992009 10 Born in Spain to American parents, has represented the United States internationally.[641] [642]
 United States  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Kiki Vandeweghe F 19801993 13 Born in West Germany[G] to a Canadian father and 1952 Miss America pageant winner Colleen Kay Hutchins. Holds both American and Canadian passports. [643]
 United States  West Germany
(now  Germany)
Duane Washington G 1987–1988; 1992–1993 2 Born in West Germany.[G] [644]
 United States  France Dominique Wilkins^ F/G 19821995; 1996–1997; 1999 15 Born in France to American parents, represented the United States internationally during his playing career.[645] [646]
 U.S. Virgin Islands Raja Bell G 20002013 13 [647]
 U.S. Virgin Islands Charles Claxton G 1995 1 [648]
 U.S. Virgin Islands  United States David Vanterpool G 2001 1 Born on the United States mainland, represents U.S. Virgin Islands internationally.[649] [650]
 Uruguay Esteban Batista F/C 20052007 2 [651]
 Venezuela  Trinidad and Tobago Carl Herrera F 19911999 8 Born in Trinidad and Tobago, represented Venezuela internationally during his playing career.[652] [653]
 Venezuela  United States Askia Jones G 1994 1 Born in the United States, represented Venezuela internationally during his playing career.[654] [655]
 Venezuela  United States Harold Keeling F 1986 1 Born in the United States, represented Venezuela internationally during his playing career. [656]
 Venezuela  United States Donta Smith G 20042006 2 Born on the United States, represented Venezuela. [657]
 Venezuela Óscar Torres F 20012002 2 [658]
 Venezuela Greivis Vásquez G 20102016 7 [659]

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