2014 Nike Hoop Summit

Roy Rana of Canada
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Roy Rana of Canada, head coach of the World Team, addresses his squad during a timeout.

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Stanley Johnson
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Stanley Johnson and Justise Winslow battle for the rebound.

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Jahlil Okafor
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Jahlil Okafor attacked the backet.

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Reid Travis
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Reid Travis gets a high five from Jahlil Okafor.

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Nike Hoop Summit Champions
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Meet your 2014 Nike Hoop Summit champions!

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Myles Turner
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Myles Turner goes up for the slam!

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USA Junior National Select Team greets the World Team
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The USA Junior National Select Team greets the World Team.

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2014 Nike Hoop Summit
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The 2014 Nike Hoop Summit tips off!

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Junior National Team
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Junior National Team head coach Mike Jones instructs his team.

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