The United States men's and women's basketball teams have both qualified for the Paris Olympics, and both squads will be stacked with star talent. The men's roster was named on April 17, while the women's roster is still to come.

Below is the latest roster information for both teams.

Who will play for the U.S. men's basketball team at the Paris Olympics?

The 12-man roster for the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team was revealed on April 17. The team features four players — LeBron James (4), Stephen Curry (2), Kevin Durant (1) and Joel Embiid (1) — who have combined to win eight NBA MVP awards. Eleven of the 12 players were selected as All-Stars this season, and the other player, Jrue Holiday, was named to the NBA All-Defensive first team last season.

Men's Olympic Roster
Bam Adebayo, F/C (Miami Heat)
Devin Booker, G (Phoenix Suns)
Stephen Curry, G (Golden State Warriors)
Anthony Davis, F/C (Los Angeles Lakers)
Kevin Durant, F (Phoenix Suns)
Anthony Edwards, G (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Joel Embiid, C (Philadelphia 76ers)
Tyrese Haliburton, G (Indiana Pacers)
Jrue Holiday, G (Boston Celtics)
LeBron James, F (Los Angeles Lakers)
Kawhi Leonard, F (Los Angeles Clippers)
Jayson Tatum, F (Boston Celtics)

Who might play for the U.S. women's basketball team at the Paris Olympics?

Fourteen players were invited to training camp in April. College star Caitlin Clark was on the invite list but was unable to attend because her Iowa Hawkeyes were still progressing through the NCAA tournament at the time.

Women's Training Camp Invitees
Shakira Austin (Washington Mystics)
Ariel Atkins (Washington Mystics)
Aliyah Boston (Indiana Fever)
Caitlin Clark (Indiana Fever)
Chelsea Gray (Las Vegas Aces)
Brittney Griner (Phoenix Mercury)
Rhyne Howard (Atlanta Dream)
Sabrina Ionescu (New York Liberty)
Jewell Loyd (Seattle Storm)
Kelsey Plum (Las Vegas Aces)
Breanna Stewart (New York Liberty)
Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury)
A’ja Wilson (Las Vegas Aces)
Jackie Young (Las Vegas Aces)