- Miami Heat News: Kendrick Nunn Named to 2019 Summer League First Team
- Dwyane Wade Agrees With Compelling Reason Why Lakers Should Bring Back Blue Throwback Jerseys
- Report: It’s ‘Very Likely’ That Duncan Robinson Will Make Miami Heat’s Roster
- Report: Bradley Beal Not Likely to Remain on ‘Washington Wizards’
- Former Miami Heat Broadcaster Takes Several Shots at Dan Dakich for His Awful Take on Erik Spoelstra
- Erik Spoelstra Gets Disrespected Live on Air During NBA Summer League Broadcast
- Report: OKC Thunder Have Offered ‘Nothing Enticing’ to Interest Miami Heat in Chris Paul Talks
- Video: Duncan Robinson Knocks Down Extraordinary Summer League Buzzer-Beater
- Here’s What the Miami Heat Are Asking for in a Potential Chris Paul Deal
- Report: Jimmy Butler to Wear No. 22 With Miami Heat
Report: Former Miami Heat Guard Invited to Participate in Team USA Basketball Trials
- Updated: April 30, 2019
Former Miami Heat guard Briante Weber has a chance to play in the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Briante has been invited to participate in the USA Basketball trials for 3-on-3 basketball. 3-on-3 basketball will be making its Olympic debut in 2020.
The 3×3 National Championships are this week in Las Vegas. USA Basketball will use the event as an opportunity to select a team that may compete in 2019 at the Pan American Games and the World Cup.
With traditional basketball still an event, no NBA players are in the pool for the 3×3 national team.
Weber played in the NBA for three seasons and bounced around between five clubs. He only appeared in one game for the Heat, during his rookie campaign in 2015-16.
The Virginia Commonwealth University product was in training camp for the Heat this year, but did not make the team’s roster. He spent the year with Miami’s G League affiliate Sioux Falls Skyforce.
In 33 games with Sioux Falls, Weber averaged 15.1 points, 4.5 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 2.9 steals per game.
In February he joined Olympiacos B.C. in the Euroleague, but was cut in April.