By Tracee Jay | November 20, 2018

Stockton, Calif. – USA Basketball announced its official 12-man roster for the November USA World Cup Qualifying Team, including Stockton King’s guards Reggie Hearn and Cameron Reynolds.

Hearn has suited up for the USA in three prior World Cup Qualifying windows, including November 2017, June/July 2018 and September 2018. The 6-foot-4 guard started in four of the five games he has played in and averaged 12.2 points and 4.2 rebounds a game. He is averaging 9.3 points and 4.6 rebounds per game for Stockton this season.

Reynolds is in his first season with the Stockton Kings. The 6-foot-8 guard is averaging 14.4 points and 3.3 rebounds per game.

Eleven of the players own NBA G League experience, including nine who are playing in the NBA’s official minor league in 2018-19.

The USA will train Nov. 23-25 at the Houston Rockets’ practice facility and will continue second-round action with a pair of road games: Nov. 29 versus Argentina in La Rioja, Argentina, and Dec. 2 versus Uruguay in Montevideo, Uruguay.


November 2018 USA Men’s World Cup Qualifying Team Roster


NAME                 POS       HGT       WGT     AGE        TEAM/COLLEGE/HOMETOWN                 

Joel Berry II         G             6-0          195         23           South Bay Lakers / North Carolina / Orlando, FL

Reggie Hearn     G             6-4          209         26           Stockton Kings / Northwestern / Fort Wayne, IN

Scotty Hopson   G             6-7          230         29           Oklahoma City Blue / Tennessee / Hopkinsville, KY

John Jenkins       G             6-4          215         27           Westchester Knicks / Vanderbilt / Hendersonville, TN

DeAndre Liggins                F              6-6          209         30           Sioux Falls Skyforce / Kentucky / Chicago, IL

Eric Moreland    F              6-10       238         26           Free Agent / Oregon State / Missouri City, TX

Chasson Randle G             6-2          185         25           Capital City Go-Go / Stanford / Rock Island, IL

Cameron Reynolds          F              6-8          225         23           Stockton Kings / Tulane / Pearland, TX

Richard Solomon              F              6-11       235         26           Oklahoma City Blue / California / Inglewood, CA

Jarnell Stokes    F              6-9          260         24           Free Agent / Tennessee / Memphis, TN

Travis Trice          G             6-2          177         25           Wisconsin Herd / Michigan State / Huber Heights, OH

Tyler Zeller          C             7-0          259         28           Free Agent / North Carolina / Washington, IN

Head Coach:  Jeff Van Gundy, USA Basketball

Assistant Coach:  Mark Fox, USA Basketball

Assistant Coach:  John Thompson III, USA Basketball

Athletic Trainer:  Ed Lacerte, ProSports Therapy, Inc. (Waltham and Westford, MA)

Team Physician:  Stephen Foley, Sanford Health (Sioux Falls, SD)

Team Scout:  Othella Harrington

Video Coordinator:  Luke Stanaland


NOTE:  Age reflects player’s age as of completion of the November/December FIBA World Cup Qualifiers (Dec. 2, 2018).


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