2016 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team
L-R: Jayson Tatum, Harry Giles, Josh Jackson and Marques Bolden.
The USA team cheers as its coach is announced.
The U.S. team huddles up.
L-R: Terrance Ferguson, De'Aaron Fox and Wenyen Gabriel.
L-R: Payton Pritchard, Jarrett Allen and Harry Giles.
LJ Goolsby returned to lead the USA to a win in the 2016 Nike Hoop Summit after serving as an assistant coach in 2015.
U.S. players celebrate during the game. On the left is Jarrett Allen, and in the middle is Terrance Ferguson.
The U.S. bench, with assistant coach Eric Flannery, celebrates after the USA's win.
Duke University signee Frank Jackson (Lone Peak H.S./Alpine, UT) dished out three assists.
Jarrett Allen (Saint Stephen’s Episcopal H.S./Austin, TX), a 6-foot-11 forward/center, was the game’s best rebounder with nine boards.
Jayson Tatum (Chaminade College Prep/St. Louis, MO), who has helped the USA capture three gold medals over the past three summers and will play for Duke University next year, finished with 14 points and was 6-of-6 from the free throw line.
Headed to Florida State University this fall, Jonathan Isaac (IMG Academy/Naples, FL) had seven points and four rebounds.
Three-time USA Basketball gold medalist Josh Jackson (Prolific Prep Academy, CA/Southfield, MI) now owns a perfect 20-0 record playing for USA Basketball and added seven points and four rebounds.
Joshua Langford (Madison Academy/Huntsville, AL), who will play for Michigan State University next year, had five points and four rebounds.
University of Washington signee Markelle Fultz (DeMatha Catholic H.S./Upper Marlboro, MD) tied the U.S. Nike Hoop Summit record with five steals to go with his 11 points and three assists.
Marques Bolden (DeSoto H.S./Dallas, TX), a 6-foot-11 forward/center, added three points and two rebounds in the U.S. win.
Local standout and University of Oregon-bound Payton Pritchard (West Linn H.S./West Linn, OR) suited up for USA Basketball at the 2015 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship. He had 12 points in the USA’s Nike Hoop Summit win.
Three-time USA Basketball gold medalist Terrance Ferguson (Advanced Prep International/Dallas, TX) set a U.S. Nike Hoop Summit record with seven made 3-pointers.
Playing alongside his future University of Kentucky teammate De’Aaron Fox, Wenyen Gabriel (Wilbraham and Monson, MA/Manchester, NH) grabbed four rebounds.
De’Aaron Fox (Cypress Lakes H.S./Katy, TX), who is headed to the University of Kentucky in the fall, dished out five assists.
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