Young, Smart joining U.S. basketball team; Lillard, Love undecided

Celtics guard Marcus Smart is reportedly headed to camp with the U.S. men's basketball team.

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart and Chicago Bulls forward Thaddeus Young have been added to the U.S. men’s basketball team training camp roster ahead of the FIBA World Cup, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

The Americans have been hit by some defections, which cut their roster to 14 entering camp Aug. 5 in Las Vegas. Smart and Young increase that number by two. Coach Gregg Popovich will need to trim the roster to 12 by the time the games begin in China at the end of August.

Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard and Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love are said to still be undecided on whether they will join the team.

So far the team has lost James Harden, Anthony Davis, CJ McCollum, Eric Gordon, Tobias Harris and Bradley Beal.

As of now, along with Smart and Young, the roster consists of the following players:

Harrison BarnesAndre Drummond, Kyle Kuzma, Brook LopezKyle LowryKhris MiddletonPaul MillsapDonovan MitchellJayson TatumP.J. TuckerMyles TurnerKemba Walker, as well as Lillard and Love.