Shabazz Muhammad scored 35 points for the USA in 2012, which was the most points ever scored in the game by a U.S. or World Team member. Muhammad also holds the U.S record for field goals attempted (27) and is tied with Josh Smith (2004) for field goals made (12).
Suiting up for the World Team in 2010, Enes Kanter (Turkey) holds the World Team record for points (34) and field goals made (13).
Jamal Murray (Canada) put up 23 field goals in 2015 to lead the World Team in field goals attempted.
Terrance Ferguson sank 7-of-11 3-pointers in 2016 to set the U.S. record for 3-point makes and tie the record for 3-point attempts. (J.R. Smith also attempted 11 3-pointers in 2004, as did Xavier Henry in 2009.)
Tyler Hansbrough shot 15-of-18 from the free throw line in 2005 to establish U.S. records for free throws made and attempted.
Dirk Nowitzki (Germany) made 19-of-23 from the free throw line in 1998 to set World Team records for free throws made and attempted.
Tony Parker (France) shot 7-of-7 from the free throw line in 2000 and owns the World Team record for free throw percentage.
The USA’s Bol Bol grabbed 14 rebounds to set the U.S. rebounding record in 2018.
The 2018 Nike Hoop Summit also saw the World Team’s Charles Bassey (Nigeria) set the international record for rebounds with 16 boards.
John Wall dished out 11 assists in 2009 to set the U.S. record.
Ben Simmons (Australia) owns the World Team record for assists, with nine in 2015.
Kevin Garnett set the U.S. blocked shots record in 1995 with nine rejections.
In 2011, Bismack Biyombo (Democratic Republic of Congo) blocked a World Team high 10 shots.
R.J. Barrett (Canada) collected five steals in 2018 to set the World Team record.
Four U.S. players have recorded five steals in the game’s history. The first to do so was Ron Artest in 1997. (Since then, John Wall (2009), Tyus Jones (2014) and Markelle Fultz (2016) also finished with five steals.)
Nike Hoop Summit All-Time Record Holders
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