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Sources - Caitlin Clark off USA Basketball national team roster - ESPN

Caitlin Clark won't be headed to the Paris Olympics, a source told ESPN on Saturday, confirming multiple reports.

Clark has international experience with USA Basketball at a younger level, but she wasn't able to make the national training camp in Cleveland after she was invited because she was leading Iowa to the Final Four. Clark finished her career as the NCAA's Division I career scoring leader.

Clark, now a rookie with the Indiana Fever, has drawn millions of new fans to women's basketball in her college career and now in her young WNBA career.

Jennifer Rizzotti, chair of the U.S. Women's National Team Committee, declined comment.

Although Clark won't be headed to Paris, the United States is expected to take five-time gold medalist Diana Taurasi for a sixth Olympics. Taurasi, who will turn 42 on Tuesday, will be joined by Phoenix Mercury teammate Brittney Griner.

This will be Griner's first time playing internationally since she was detained in a Russian prison for 10 months in 2022. She said she'll play abroad only with USA Basketball.

Joining the pair will be Olympic veterans Breanna Stewart, A'ja Wilson, Napheesa Collier, Jewell Loyd and Chelsea Gray. Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young, who helped the U.S. win the inaugural 3x3 gold medal at the Tokyo Games in 2021, will also be on the team.

First-time Olympians are Alyssa Thomas, Sabrina Ionescu and Kahleah Copper. All three played on the American team that won the World Cup in Australia in 2022.

The U.S. women have won every gold medal in women's basketball since the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Taurasi will break the record for most Olympics played in the sport of basketball. Five players, including former Taurasi teammate Sue Bird, have competed in five.

The U.S. team will

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