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USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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2016 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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L-R: Jayson Tatum, Harry Giles, Josh Jackson and Marques Bolden.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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The USA team cheers as its coach is announced.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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The U.S. team huddles up.

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L-R: Terrance Ferguson, De'Aaron Fox and Wenyen Gabriel.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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L-R: Payton Pritchard, Jarrett Allen and Harry Giles.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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LJ Goolsby returned to lead the USA to a win in the 2016 Nike Hoop Summit after serving as an assistant coach in 2015.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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U.S. players celebrate during the game. On the left is Jarrett Allen, and in the middle is Terrance Ferguson.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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The U.S. bench, with assistant coach Eric Flannery, celebrates after the USA's win.

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Duke University signee Frank Jackson (Lone Peak H.S./Alpine, UT) dished out three assists.

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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.

USA Wins 2016 Nike Hoop Summit

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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.

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Headed to Florida State University this fall, Jonathan Isaac (IMG Academy/Naples, FL) had seven points and four rebounds.

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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.

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Joshua Langford (Madison Academy/Huntsville, AL), who will play for Michigan State University next year, had five points and four rebounds.

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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.

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Marques Bolden (DeSoto H.S./Dallas, TX), a 6-foot-11 forward/center, added three points and two rebounds in the U.S. win.

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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.

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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.

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Playing alongside his future University of Kentucky teammate De’Aaron Fox, Wenyen Gabriel (Wilbraham and Monson, MA/Manchester, NH) grabbed four rebounds.

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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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