Australia have named their 25-man Boomers squad for the London Olympics with Patty Mills, David Andersen and Matt Nielsen heading the list.
Head coach Brett Brown also included locally-based players Damian Martin, Mark Worthington and Adam Gibson in the team, which will be trimmed to 12 before the Games in July.
Brown said he was excited with the players he was able to call upon even though he is missing star man, Golden State Warriors centre Andrew Bogut, who underwent ankle surgery on Friday.
Brown said: "Our coaching staff are excited to extend invitations to this group of athletes who have earned the right to be considered for the Boomers London Olympic Games team.
"We have identified these players, worked with these players and watched their growth over the past four years.
"The large majority of this squad has participated in several camps, tours and world events during my time as coach, and now each of them has the opportunity to take it one final step and represent Australia at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
"This invitation is a tremendous honour and is a result of years of hard work and dedication."
San Antonio Spurs' Mills has enjoyed a good run of form heading into the NBA play-offs with the Western Conference leaders while European-based stars Andersen, Nielsen, Joe Ingles, Brad Newley and David Barlow make up a strong squad.
Young point guard Matthew Dellavedova has also been named after a breakout year with US college team the St Mary's Gaels, with Brown adding that his inclusion was a testament to the good blend of senior Boomers, NBL players and college hopefuls that make up the squad.
He added: "Our first camp will be made up of several levels of Boomer prospects. We will have some core senior Boomer members, along with NBL and US college prospects.
"Our first camp will effectively be a 'melting pot' of players from various backgrounds and this very early start will enable us to begin moving forward while we wait for our core European players and Patty Mills to return.
"How far our players stretch across the globe is a testament to the talent identification and developmental programs delivered by Basketball Australia and the AIS.
"I have great Aussie talent competing all over the world at my disposal."
On Monday, Australia were drawn in the same group as Spain, Brazil, China and hosts Great Britain for the Games this summer.