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Travis Trice
Travis Trice
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Born: 01/22/93
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:177 lbs. / 80.3 kg.
Van Gundy spoke with USA TODAY Sports about coaching the team, what it meant to him, qualifying for the World Cup (which will feature NBA players), and what’s next. Questions and answers have been edited for length and clarity. Q: What did it mean to beat Argentina? Jeff Van Gundy: Argentina is so good, so well-coached, so mentally and physically tough that they’re either going to bring the best of out of you or the worst out of you. Down the stretch, it brought the best out of our players. Reggie Hearn, so fittingly because he’s played with us the most, makes the game-winning shot, and Travis Trice, who’s been with us two straight (qualifying windows), makes two huge 3s down the stretch, and Michael Frazier, who I can’t understand why he’s not on an NBA roster, was our best player.
USA Basketball has picked the 12 players who will compete in the next two-game round of qualifying for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Most of the picks are coming from the G League – Joel Berry II, Reggie Hearn, Scotty Hopson, John Jenkins, DeAndre Liggins, Chasson Randle, Cameron Reynolds, Richard Solomon and Travis Trice. NBA free agents Eric Moreland, Jarnell Stokes and Tyler Zeller were also chosen for the roster.
Returning to contend for a USA roster spot after previously playing with USA World Cup Qualifying Teams are guard Reggie Hearn (Grand Rapids Drive) and center Jameel Warney (Texas Legends). Hearn played with the USA’s November 2017 and June 2018 World Cup Qualifying Teams, and while getting the starting nod in all four games, averaged 12.3 points a game. Warney played for U.S. in the November World Cup Qualifier and averaged 11.5 points and 8.0 rebounds a game. Both players were also part of the USA AmeriCup Team that finished 5-0 to claim gold in August 2017. Warney, who was selected the 2017 USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year, earned AmeriCup MVP honors after posting 12.8 points and 8.6 rebounds per game, while Hearn contributed 10.0 points a game. Rounding out the U.S. training camp roster are Bryce Alford (Oklahoma City Blue); Dwayne Bacon (Charlottw Hornets); V.J. Beachem (Free Agent); Jordan Crawford (New Orleans Pelicans); Henry Ellenson (Detroit Pistons); Isaiah Hicks (New York Knicks); Dakari Johnson (Free Agent); Frank Mason III (Sacramento Kings); Ben Moore (Fort Wayne Mad Ants); Chasson Randle (Capital City Go-Go); Travis Trice (Milwaukee Bucks); and Derrick White (San Antonio Spurs).
The Wisconsin Herd, the NBA G League affiliate of the Milwaukee Bucks, have acquired the returning player rights to Travis Trice in a three-team deal that includes the Westchester Knicks and the Capital City Go-Go. To complete the trade, the Herd sends the returning player rights to Josh Davis to Capital City and Westchester acquires the returning player rights to Duje Dukan from Capital City.