For the second straight Olympics, Blake Griffin will not be able to join Team USA due to injury, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The Los Angeles Clippers power forward will be out several months due to his left quad injury, according to the newspaper.
Griffin was originally chosen for the 2012 U.S. Olympic team but withdrew due to a torn meniscus, opening a spot for Anthony Davis.
Davis is also expected to miss the Rio Games due to injury.
Other power forwards on the U.S. finalist list released in January are LaMarcus Aldridge, Kenneth Faried, Draymond Green and Kevin Love.
Love is the only name from that list of healthy players with Olympic experience. Faried is the only player from that list who suited up at the 2014 World Cup, starting all nine games.
At London 2012, the U.S. started NBA small forwards LeBron James and Kevin Durant at the forward spots in all eight games, with another small forward, Carmelo Anthony, bringing similar versatility off the bench.