Basketball Australia have announced a 26-man team for the upcoming Rio Olympics.

The expanded roster features players from across the globe, with a healthy amount of NBA talent including stars Patty Mills, Matthew Dellavedova and Andrew Bogut, alongside veteran David Andersen from the French league, players from across Euro leagues including Spain, Russia and Montenegro, and of course ballers from the NBL. 

The team will be finalised during Boomers camp from July 5-10, which will run between the NBA season finishing in June, and the Olympics beginning in August.

We have previously floated the idea of Australia contesting a gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games. How far do you think the Boomers can take it in 2016?

David Andersen, ASVEL (France)
Cameron Bairstow, Chicago Bulls
Aron Baynes, Detroit Pistons
Todd Blanchfield, Melbourne United
Andrew Bogut, Golden State Warriors
Angus Brandt, Sydney Kings
Ryan Broekhoff, Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia)
Mitchell Creek, Adelaide 36ers
Matthew Dellavedova, Cleveland Cavaliers
Dante Exum, Utah Jazz
Adam Gibson, Adelaide 36ers
Cameron Gliddon, Cairns Taipans
Chris Goulding, Melbourne United
Joe Ingles, Utah Jazz
Nathan Jawai, Perth Wildcats
Daniel Kickert, Melbourne United
Kevin Lisch, Illawarra Hawks
Aleks Maric, Buducnost Podgorica (Montenegro)
Damian Martin, Perth Wildcats
Patrick Mills, San Antonio Spurs
Brock Motum, Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania)
Brad Newley, Gran Canaria (Spain)
Mitchell Norton, Townsville Crocodiles
Ben Simmons, LSU
Clint Steindl, Townsville Crocodiles
Lucas Walker, Adelaide 36ers