John Wall has decided to participate in Team USA’s upcoming minicamp in Las Vegas, the Washington Wizards point guard confirmed Tuesday evening.

Wall, one of 41 invitees, was unsure whether he would join the three-day camp, scheduled for Aug. 11-13, after receiving a late invitation for last year’s training camp in preparation for the FIBA World Cup and being one of first three players cut along with teammate Bradley Beal and Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap. Beal confirmed he is also participating in the minicamp over the weekend. The camp will be held on UNLV’s campus and will conclude with a scrimmage on Aug. 13.

All 41 players invited to the minicamp are reportedly required to attend to be considered for the 12-man roster the U.S. will take to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next summer. There will be plenty of competition for Wall; Chris Paul, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook and Damian Lillard are among the point guards vying for a spot in Brazil.

Wall is coming off his best professional season, which included starting in the all-star game and finishing second in the NBA in assists. The two-time all-star resumed working out in mid-July for the first time since sustaining five fractures in his left hand and wrist in the second round of the playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks.