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USA Basketball denies Carmelo Anthony's request to join FIBA World Cup roster

USATODAY.com Thursday, 8 August 2019
Carmelo Anthony asked to play for Team USA through a representative, according to Jerry Colangelo, but the team moved forward with a new group.
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Carmelo Anthony reportedly requested an opportunity to play for Team USA in the upcoming FIBA World Cup, but Jerry Colangelo told SI that Carmelo "conceivably could have been a distraction." Should the future Hall of Famer been given a chance?

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