The NBA will tipped off Tuesday with international players making up one-quarter of the league’s active rosters, according to the Associated Press. The association has 113 international players coming from 41 countries and territories around the world out of the total 450 players that make up the league’s roster.

The NBA said on Tuesday that the Utah Jazz has the most international players with seven. Every team has at least one international player.

San Antonio has been known as the benchmark for international stars, boasting the likes of Tony Parker (France), Manu Ginobili (Argentina), Patty Mills (Australia), recently-retired Tim Duncan (Virgin Islands), and now Pau Gasol (Spain).

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Canada has 11 players in the NBA, the most of any country for the three years in a row. France follows with 10, then Brazil at nine and Australia at eight.

International newcomers that will be making debuts tomorrow night include Phoenix Suns‘ fourth overall selection Dragan Bender of Croatia and Buddy Hield from the Bahamas, who was picked sixth overall by the New Orleans Pelicans.