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Matthew Dellavedova and Thon Maker will headline the Boomers squad

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NBA championship-winner Matthew Dellavedova and his Milwaukee Bucks team-mate Thon Maker will headline the Boomers squad for the next round of World Cup qualifiers.

Adelaide 36ers guard Nathan Sobey has kept his spot in the squad when the Boomers take on Japan in Japan on June 29 and the Philippines in the Philippines on July 2.

Dellavedova – who won an NBA ring with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016 and then signed a four-year $50 million deal with the Bucks – last played for the Boomers at the Rio Olympics while Maker will be on debut.

Dellavedova and Maker making themselves available will be an entree to the tantalising main course of Australia’s full contingent of NBA players lining up in next year’s World Cup and the Tokyo Olympics.

They’ll join the rest of the squad – including eight members of the team that won gold at the Commonwealth Games - for a four-day camp in Melbourne from June 21 before heading to Japan.

Queenslander Mitch McCarron rejoins the Boomers fold after a trophy-winning stint in Slovenia.

Australia already has a spot in the second round of qualifiers after easily winning its first four games but with points carrying over into the second round, there is still plenty of motivation for the team to maintain its dominance in Asia.

Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis said welcoming Dellavedova and Maker into the squad was exciting on several fronts.

“To have players of their calibre is fantastic,’’ he said.

The full Boomers squad is: Angus Brandt, Jason Cadee, Matthew Dellavedova, Cam Gliddon, Chris Goulding, Nick Kay, Daniel Kickert, Kevin Lisch, Mitch McCarron, Thon Maker, Nathan Sobey, Jesse Wagstaff.

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