Sources: Warriors' Randolph gets call

Anthony Randolph, the Golden State Warriors' 20-year-old forward, has been invited to compete in USA Basketball's minicamp next week in Las Vegas, according to league sources.

Randolph is one of more than two dozen young players who have been asked to participate in the camp, which is used to identify possible candidates for Team USA's 2010 world championship team.

Randolph, who averaged 7.9 points as a rookie last season, is currently in Las Vegas dominating summer league action. He's averaging a league-high 26.8 points and on Tuesday, he tied a Vegas summer league record by scoring 42.

Free agents David Lee of New York and Glen Davis of Boston were among those asked to participate, but they will pull out of the competition since they have yet to sign contracts.

The U.S. team will practice July 23-24 and play an intersquad scrimmage on July 25.

Chris Broussard is a senior NBA writer for ESPN The Magazine.