Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo  was among 15 players to make the cut for Team USA’s squad on Wednesday. Here is the roster:
Chauncey Billups  (Denver Nuggets ); Tyson Chandler  (Dallas Mavericks ); Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors ); Kevin Durant  (Oklahoma City Thunder ); Rudy Gay  (Memphis Grizzlies ); Eric Gordon  (Los Angeles Clippers ); Danny Granger  (Indiana Pacers ); Jeff Green  (Oklahoma City Thunder); Andre Iguodala  (Philadelphia 76ers ); Brook Lopez  (New Jersey Nets ); Kevin Love  (Minnesota Timberwolves ); Lamar Odom (Los Angeles Lakers ); Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtics ); Derrick Rose  (Chicago Bulls ); and Russell Westbrook  (Oklahoma City Thunder).
Asked whether he felt Rondo was an unconventional choice for international play, coach Mike Krzyzewski  defended his selection.
“He’s unconventionally become an NBA champion and a triple double guy in this league. I think he’s an adequate shooter for us,” Krzyzewski said. “He did well shooting the ball in the camp. The thing that Rondo does is he plays with a will to win and he just finds ways to have a positive impact on the game. I really like that about him.”