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1992 United States Select Team Roster

Posted by Neil on October 26, 2012

With the Dream Team documentary and book coming out this summer, I've gotten asked several times to provide the roster for the '92 U.S. Select Team that famously defeated the Dream Team before they went to Barcelona for the Olympics. For posterity, here was the roster of that team, which was made up of the top college players of the day:

1992 United States Development Team

Head Coach: George Raveling (University of Southern California)
Assistant Coach: Roy Williams (University of Kansas)
Athletic Trainer: Ron Linfonte (St. John's-NY)
Manager: Dennis Johnson (University of Southern California)

Roster

NBA Career Stats
Player (ncaa stats) Ht Wt Age DOB College G PPG TS% RPG APG S+B/G PER WS48 p(HoF)
Anfernee Hardaway (ncaa) 6-7 195 20 7/18/1971 Memphis 704 15.2 53.5 4.5 5.0 2.0 17.4 0.125 4.8%
Grant Hill (ncaa) 6-8 225 19 10/5/1972 Duke 997 17.1 55.2 6.1 4.2 1.8 19.2 0.140 40.7%
Allan Houston (ncaa) 6-6 200 21 4/20/1971 Tennessee 839 17.3 54.6 2.9 2.4 0.8 14.9 0.094 0.9%
Bobby Hurley (ncaa) 6-0 165 20 6/28/1971 Duke 269 3.8 44.3 1.1 3.3 0.5 8.1 -0.014 0.0%
Jamal Mashburn (ncaa) 6-8 240 19 11/29/1972 Kentucky 611 19.1 50.4 5.4 4.0 1.2 15.7 0.092 2.9%
Eric Montross (ncaa) 7-0 270 20 9/23/1971 UNC 465 4.5 49.7 4.6 0.4 0.9 9.1 0.048 0.0%
Rodney Rogers (ncaa) 6-7 235 21 6/20/1971 Wake 866 10.9 52.7 4.5 2.0 1.5 14.4 0.085 0.0%
Chris Webber (ncaa) 6-9 245 19 3/1/1973 Michigan 831 20.7 51.3 9.8 4.2 2.9 20.9 0.132 74.6%

(Source: USA Basketball)

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2 Responses to “1992 United States Select Team Roster”

  1. Yes I remember reading where Hurley really blew by all the Dream Team backcourt defenders. Especially Johnson, who never was a good defender and had been off a year. Too bad Hurley had the car accident. I think he would have been a nice pro. Had the quickness, defensive skills, excellent passer, ran the break well, and was feisty/high bball IQ. When he got to Duke he wasnt a good shooter, but he made himself into one.
    Of course the Dream Team blew the college kids away in their rematch...

  2. According the Dream Team book by Jack McCallum, Daly switched Jordan onto Hurley for the rematch, and Bobby couldn't get the ball across half court. Those were the days...

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