The final announcement for who will make the roster for the United States men's basketball team is to be announced Saturday evening. There are 10 players who appear to be locks for the London squad, and that includes Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of the
"You can build a case for each of the contenders, if you will, depending on what you want," Colangelo said. "It's like a menu. If you want another shooter, it's Eric Gordon. You want a scoring guard, it's Harden. You want a defensive specialist, it's Iguodala. If you want another guy with length who can shoot the ball, it's Rudy Gay."
"It will really be a difficult choice," Krzyzewski said. "The guys who fill out the roster all give things that we can use. We just have to figure out what might be a little bit more important than another."
Davis, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft and the only big man among the contenders, is nursing an ankle injury that could keep him from being 100 percent healthy for weeks.
"He has qualities that no one else has," Colangelo said. "He's incredibly long, shot-blocking. The question with him is the physicality. Can he withstand the physicality at this moment? That's a question I have. Unfortunately, we're not going to be able to really see him."