NBA star Patty Mills has one Boomers camp to get through to earn a spot at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
The Canberra product was named in the Australian 19-man squad that will attend a camp in the USA at the end of June, which will decide the final make-up of the 12-man Olympic team.
That final team will play warm-up games against the USA, Nigeria and Argentina in Los Angeles.
It would be his fourth Olympics, having competed at Beijing, London and Rio de Janeiro.
He's one of seven Olympians named in the squad, along with Aron Baynes, Ryan Broekhoff, Matthew Dellavedova, Chris Goulding, Brock Motum and Joe Ingles.
"Having so many talented players is fantastic, but it will certainly make for a challenging selection process," Boomers coach Brian Goorjian said.
"The fact that a number of first-time aspiring Boomers are pushing for selection to the ultimate international stage is testimony to the great depth of talent in Australian basketball.
"It will be great to have the group together to push each other.
"The focus of our experienced Olympians has been unbelievable and we won't shy away from the fact that we are chasing gold in Tokyo".
Boomers squad: Aron BAYNES, Ryan BROEKHOFF, Xavier COOKS, Mitchell CREEK, Matthew DELLAVEDOVA, Dante EXUM, Joshua GIDDEY, Christopher GOULDING, Josh GREEN, Isaac HUMPHRIES, Joe INGLES, Nicholas KAY, Jock LANDALE, Patty MILLS, Brock MOTUM, Duop REATH, Ben SIMMONS, Nathan SOBEY, Matisse THYBULLE.