Andrew Albicy has left the training camp of France and will miss the EuroBasket, the French Basketball Federation announced on Sunday.
Albicy is dealing with a thigh injury and underwent medical tests that showed he will be unable to compete in September’s tournament (1-18). He becomes the second France player to skip the tournament due to injury, after Victor Wembanyama.
For the time being, the Federation has not announced any replacement for the 32-year-old guard and the roster stands at the following 15 players:
Isaia Cordinier (Virtus Bologna), Moustapha Fall (Olympiacos), Evan Fournier (New York Knicks), Rudy Gobert (Minnesota Timberwolves), Thomas Heurtel, William Howard (Joventut), Mouhammadou Jaiteh (Virtus Bologna), Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (Atlanta Hawks), Theo Maledon (Oklahoma City Thunder), Amath M’Baye (Anadolu Efes), Frank Ntilikina (Dallas Mavericks), Elie Okobo (Monaco), Vincent Poirier (Real Madrid), Terry Tarpey (Le Mans) and Guerschon Yabusele (Real Madrid)