MORGANTOWN --\u00a0Kevin Jones\u2019 next stop in basketball will be with Team USA.\r\nThe former WVU standout made the final roster for the USA World Cup qualifying team, which will play in Mexico on June 28 and in Cuba on July 1.\r\nJones was traveling with Team USA on Tuesday and was unavailable for comment.\r\nThe United States, through games played last February, already qualified to advance to the second round of games, which begins in September.\r\nThe ultimate goal is to play in the FIBA World Cup, which begins Aug. 31, 2019, in China, and will serve as a qualifier for the 2020 Olympic Games.\r\nThis is the third of three windows of first-round games; Jones did not participate in the first two.\r\nTeam USA has the option of changing its roster before second-round play and then again for World Cup action.\r\nIt\u2019s unclear if Jones will have the option to play for Team USA following Sunday\u2019s game, in Havana, Cuba.\r\n\u201cI\u2019m not sure how it all works moving forward,\u201d Jones said this month, during the annual WVU Alumni Game. \u201cI just see it as a huge opportunity to represent your country playing basketball. Not many people can say they did that.\u201d\r\nThursday\u2019s game, against Mexico, in Mexico City, is scheduled to start at 9:30 p.m. Sunday\u2019s game, against Cuba, is scheduled to start at 4 p.m.\r\nThe games can be seen only on ESPN+, an online streaming service that requires a subscription.\r\nTeam USA is made up of NBA G League players and Jones, who played last season professionally in Spain.\r\nThe team will be led by former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets coach Jeff Van Gundy.\r\n\u201cThey\u2019re together,\u201d Van Gundy said in a press release. \u201cThis is a good group of committed athletes that I think are going to represent us well. That doesn\u2019t mean that we\u2019ll win, but they\u2019ll represent us well, and they\u2019re going to work hard and compete for each other and for the country, and that\u2019s all you can ask.\u201d\r\nJones, a first-team all-Big East player at WVU, in 2012, is the only non-G League player on the roster. He made the team after reporting to a training camp in Houston last week.\r\n\u201cI\u2019ve never been to Cuba before,\u201d Jones said. \u201cThat could be a once-in-a-lifetime thing for me.\u201d\r\nTeam USA teammates will include former Gonzaga point guard David Stockton, the son of Hall-of-Famer John Stockton, as well as former Texas standout Jonathan Holmes and former Duke standout Amile Jefferson.\r\nIn order to play in the qualifying games, Jones passed on an opportunity to play with Armored Athlete in the annual The Basketball Tournament (TBT), which is set to begin July 20.\r\nTBT is a winner-take-all tournament that pays $2 million to the winning team. It is bracketed in the same format as the NCAA tournament.