Announced preliminary rosters ahead of 2022 FIBA EuroBasket

Several European Basketball Federations announced their national team squad with less than a few weeks remaining for the start of the 2022 FIBA EuroBasket (via FIBA.com).

Here is the list with all EuroBasket preliminary rosters:

Belgium:

Bosnia and Ergozevina:

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Amar Alibegovic, Edin Atic, Rijad Avdic, Sani Campara, Haris Delalic, Luka Garza, Amar Gegic, Miralem Halilovic, Kenan Kamenjas, Aleksandar Lazic, Dzanan Musa, Jusuf Nurkic, Ajdin Penava, John Roberson, Ismet Sejfic, Emir Sulejmanovic, Adin Vrabac, Jure Zubac

Bulgaria:

Ivan Alipiev, Vasil Bachev, Dee Bost, Dimitar Dimitrov, Andrey Ivanov, Pavlin Ivanov, Deyan Karmfilov, Konstantin Kostadinov, Chavdar Kostov, David Kravish, Stanimir Marinov, Yordan Minchev, Alex Simeonov, Emil Stoilov, Alexander Vezenkov, Alexander Yanev

Croatia:

Czech Republic:

Finland:

France:

Andrew Albicy, Isaia Cordinier, Moustapha Fall, Evan Fournier, Rudy Gobert, Thomas Huertel, William Howard, Mouhammadou Jaiteh, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Theo Maledon, Amath M’Baye, Frank Ntilikina, Elie Okobo, Vincent Poirier, Terry Tarpey, Victor Wembanyama, Guerschon Yabusele

Georgia:

Germany

Robin Benzing, Niels Giffey, Justus Hollatz, David Kramer, Leon Kratzer, Maodo Lo, Andreas Obst, Kenneth Ogbe, Dennis Schroder, Christian Sengfelder, Daniel Theis, Johannes Thiemann, Johannes Voigtmann, Franz Wagner, Moritz Wagner, Jonas Wohlfarth-Bottermann

Great Britain: 

Greece:

Hungary: 

Israel:

Italy:

Tommaso Baldasso, Paul Biligha, Luigi Datome, Amedeo Della Valle, Simone Fontecchio, Danilo Gallinari, Nico Mannion, Nicolo Melli, Alessandro Pajola, John Petrucelli, Achille Polonara, Gabriele Procida, Giampaolo Ricci, Matteo Spagnolo, Marco Spissu, Amedeo Tessitori, Stefano Tonut

Lithuania:

Laurynas Birutis, Ignas Brazdeikis, Arnas Butkevicius, Tomas Dimsa, Martynas Echodas, Rokas Giedraitis, Marius Grigonis, Rokas Jokubaitis, Mindaugas Kuzminskas, Lukas Lekavicius, Gytis Masiulis, Gediminas Orelik, Domantas Sabonis, Jonas Valanciunas, Kristupas Zemaitis, Eigirdas Zukauskas

Montenegro:

Netherlands:

Poland:

Serbia:

Aleksa Avramovic, Nemanja Bjelica, Dejan Davidovac, Ognjen Dobric, Marko Guduric, Marko Jagodic-Kuridza, Ognjen Jaramaz, Nikola Jokic, Nikola Jovic, Nikola Kalinic, Balsa Koprivica, Vladimir Lucic, Vanja Marinkovic, Vasilije Micic, Nikola Milutinov, Nemanja Nedovic, Aleksej Pokusevski, Filip Petrusev, Dusan Ristic, Borisa Simanic, Alen Smailagic, Milos Teodosic

Slovenia

Jaka Blazic, Sasa Ciani, Vlatko Cancar, Jakob Cebasek, Ziga Dimec, Luka Doncic, Goran Dragic, Zoran Dragic, Gregor Glas, Gregor Hrovat, Robert Jurkovic, Jurij Macura, Edo Muric, Aleksej Nikolic, Bine Prepelic, Klemen Prepelic, Luka Rupnik, Ziga Samar, Luka Scuka, Mike Tobey

Turkey:

Egehan Arna, Furkan Haltali, Shane Larkin, Sertac Sanli, Scott Wilbekin,
Yigit Arslan, Sehmus Hazer, Melih Mahmutoglu, Yigitcan Saybir, Muhsin Yasar,
James Metecan, Birsen Sadik, Emir Kabaca, Cedi Osman, Alperen Sengun, Samet Yigitoglu, Onuralp Bitim, Goksenin Koksal, Doguş Ozdemiroglu, Bugrahan Tuncer Omer Yurtseven, Egemen Guven, Furkan Korkmaz, Kartal Ozmizrak, Berk Ugurlu

Ukraine:

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