Nike Hoop Summit

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The Nike Hoop Summit is a basketball all-star game sponsored by Nike, held once a year since 1995, which features the USA Basketball Men's Junior Select Team against a World Select team of international players. The players demonstrate their skills and hope to attract attention from either NBA scouts or colleges. A number of current NBA players have participated in this event in the past, including Kevin Garnett, Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, and John Wall for the U.S. team, and Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Parker, Nicolas Batum, Serge Ibaka, Enes Kanter, and Patrick Mills for the World Select team. In the 2010 edition of the event, Enes Kanter scored 34 points and surpassed the event's record of 33 points set by Dirk Nowitzki in 1998.[1] Bismack Biyombo recorded the first triple-double in Hoop Summit history in 2011 with 12 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 blocks.[2] In 2012, Shabazz Muhammad scored 35 points to break Enes Kanter's Hoop Summit scoring record.[3]

Team records[edit]

USA[edit]

Points: 35 by Shabazz Muhammad (2012)
Rebounds: 10 by Kevin Garnett (1995), Jermaine O'Neal (1996), Tyler Hansbrough (2005), Anthony Davis (2011), Kyle Anderson (2012), and Jahlil Okafor (2014)
Assists: 11 by John Wall (2009)
Steals: 5 by Ron Artest (1997), John Wall (2009), and Tyus Jones (2014)
Blocks: 9 by Kevin Garnett (1995)

World[edit]

Points: 34 by Enes Kanter (2010)
Rebounds: 14 by Dirk Nowitzki (1998), Nemanja Aleksandrov (2007), Milan Mačvan (2009), and Dario Šarić (2012)
Assists: 7 by Vladimir Bogojević (1996) and Tony Parker (2000)
Steals: 4 by Nicolas Batum (2007) and Nikos Pappas (2009)
Blocks: 10 by Bismack Biyombo (2011)

Past games[edit]

The USA leads the all time series 11-6

Year Location Final score
1995 Springfield, Massachusetts USA 86 – World 77
1996 Charlotte, North Carolina World 104 – USA 96
1997 Lake Buena Vista, Florida USA 97 – World 90
1998 San Antonio, Texas World 104 – USA 99
1999 Tampa, Florida World 107 – USA 95
2000 Indianapolis, Indiana USA 98 – World 97
2004 San Antonio, Texas USA 99 – World 79
2005 Memphis, Tennessee USA 106 – World 98
2006 Memphis, Tennessee USA 109 – World 91
2007 Memphis, Tennessee USA 100 – World 80
2008 Portland, Oregon USA 98 – World 78
2009 Portland, Oregon World 97 – USA 89
2010 Portland, Oregon USA 101 – World 97
2011 Portland, Oregon USA 92 – World 80
2012 Portland, Oregon World 84 – USA 75
2013 Portland, Oregon World 112 – USA 98
2014 Portland, Oregon USA 84 - World 73

Stat leaders[edit]