Thunder companions, they are part of the global team, which will oppose an American team.
In his second season, Dort, from Montreal North, played 33 games and is still a regular fixture.
He averaged 12.5 points, placing him 12th among second-year students.
In December, the former state of Arizona scored its personal highest with a match of 26 points.
Dort was best known for his defensive brilliance, as he leads Thunder with 64 successful three-pointers.
Recruit, Maledon was born in Rouen. He played 29 matches and gave an average of 7.7 points. A 24-point match took place in January.
In addition to Dort, the world team includes four other Canadian players: RJ Barrett, Knicks, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Pelicans, Mychal Mulder, Warriors, Brandon Clarke and Grizzlies.
Training was completed by Precious Achiwa (Hit, Nigeria), Denny Avdega (Wizards, Israel), Roy Hachimura (Wizards, Japan) and Facundo Campazzo (Nuggets, Argentina).
The US team includes Zion Williamson of the Pelicans, which will be in the All-Star Game on Sunday.
He will support Williamson J. Morant (Grizzlies), Lamello Ball (Hornets), Anthony Edwards (T-Wolves), Therese Halliburton (Kings), Tyler Hero (Hit), Dee Andre Hunter (Hawks), Kildon Johnson (Tottenham). And Michael Porter Jr. (Nuggets) and James Weisman (Warriors).
The players were chosen by ballot among the assistant coaches of the League.
There will be no Rising All-Star this year, as all of the All-Star Date events will take place on the same night in Atlanta.
Traditionally, 10 American players face 10 players from the rest of the world, among the freshmen and sophomores of the NBA.
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