Creating the winning formula out of a wealth of talent falls to head coach Cheryl Reeve as Team USA attempts to capture an Olympic gold medal for the eighth time in 2024.

Will she rely more on the youthful energy of up-and-coming players like Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston, or will she give veterans like Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner more weight? To continue Team USA’s history of success internationally, Reeve needs to strike the ideal balance between experience and enthusiasm. Several choices are available, including the playbook of the Aces, the WNBA champions from two years ago.

Olympic roster projections for Team USA’s women’s basketball in 2024

Mercury, Copper, Kahleah

Averaging 24.7 points and 4.9 rebounds per game in her first seven games as a rookie, Phoenix’s newest star is the 2021 WNBA Finals MVP. She is also setting the court on fire. As they get ready for Paris, Team USA will definitely appreciate Copper’s adaptability, as demonstrated by his explosive play.

Watch out for Copper as she continues to thrive on the global scene because she exemplifies the combination of competence and adaptability necessary for worldwide success with her skill on show.

Fever, Caitlin Clark

The most controversial topic of conversation is likely to be whether Clark will be able to keep her place on the Team USA roster. But in all of this debate, Taurasi’s final Olympics are not to be overlooked.

By selecting Clark, USA Basketball has the opportunity to start a new chapter at this crucial juncture. While Taurasi’s farewell song signifies the end of an era, Clark’s choice might represent a daring move forward and give the squad new life and energy.

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