FIBA’s Top-50


Who are the Top-50 Players Participating in the 2019 FIBA World Cup?

We are a day away from the start of the 2019 FIBA World Cup.

Tomorrow, the entire basketball world will come together for the start of one of the most exciting tournament in international play. Unlike in years prior where the powerhouse Americans have more talent than any other country can handle, the playing field is somewhat levelled this year.

In fact, the best player in the tournament is not even American – nor is the second best.

This year, anyone can win gold. It could end up being a basketball powerhouse, or a surprising underdog that sneaks through the cracks. That being said, every team entering the tournament has its established top players – players that will be tasked with leading their nations out of group play and towards gold.

Here are the top-50 players that will be showcased at this year’s world cup!

50. Andray Blatche, Philippines 

49. Leonardo Barbosa, Brazil

48. Luis Scola, Argentina

47. Rudy Fernandez, Spain

46. Yi Jianlian, China

45. Aron Baynes, Australia

44. Juancho Hernangomez, Spain

43. Willy Hernangomez, Spain

42. Maxi Kleber, Germany

41. Cory Joseph, Canada

40. Mason Plumlee, USA

39. Boban Marjanovic, Serbia

38. Nando de Colo, France

37. Matthew Dellavedova, Australia

36. Andrew Bogut, Australia

35. Rui Hachimura, Japan

34. Josh Okogie, Nigeria

33. Cedi Osman, Turkey

32. Ersan Ilyasova, Turkey

31. Derrick White, USA

30. Sergio Llull, Spain

29. Al-Farouq Aminu, Nigeria

28. Tomas Satoransky, Czech Republic

27. Nemanja Bjelica, Serbia

26. Joe Harris, USA

25. Marco Belinelli, Italy

24. Nicolas Batum, France

23. Brook Lopez, USA

22. Marcus Smart, USA

21. Ricky Rubio, Spain

20. Harrison Barnes, USA

19. Dennis Schroder, Germany

18. Evan Fournier, France

17. Patty Mills, Australia

16. Jonas Valanciunas, Lithuania

15. Domantas Sabonis, Lithuania

14. Bogdan Bogdanovic, Serbia

13. Joe Ingles, Australia

12. Myles Turner, USA

11. Jaylen Brown, USA

10. Khris Middleton, USA

9. Danilo Galinari, Italy

8. Donovan Mitchell, USA

7. Jayson Tatum, USA

6. Marc Gasol, Spain

5. Nikola Vucevic, Montenegro

4. Kemba Walker, USA

3. Rudy Gobert, France

2. Nikola Jokic, Serbia

1. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Greece


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