Numerous NBA stars have turned down the chance to represent the United States in the Olympics.
Lebron James and Stephen Curry both pulled out to rest. Former Kentucky stars John Wall and Anthony Davis pulled out to recover from injuries.
And now former Florida guard Bradley Beal has declined an offer to play for the USA in Rio de Janeiro.
Beal posted on Twitter a need to be in top physical shape as to why he declined the offer.
Beal played one season at Florida before being drafted with the No. 3 pick in the 2012 draft by the Washington Wizards. Beal’s career has been marred by injuries, as he has only played 70 games once in his four-year career.
Beal is also a restricted free agent this summer, which makes him eligible to receive a big contract extension.
Team USA has filled 10 of the 12 spots, with former SEC alums Demarcus Cousins and DeAndre Jordan playing for the team. The Olympics begin on Aug. 5.