Bob McKillop, who achieved 600 wins with Davidson’s win on Jan. 5, 2021, three times has served as a USA Basketball coach and also on a USA Basketball committee. He is pictured here with Davidson basketball’s most famous alumni, Steph Curry. McKillop is the 40th Division I men's basketball coach to reach 600 wins and the 15th active coach in that exclusive club.
Bob McKillop was the USA’s head coach at the 2013 World University Games that was played in Kazan, Russia.
Bob McKillop (back row, left) and the 2013 USA Men's World University Games Team.
As a USA head coach, Bob McKillop led the USA to a 4-1 record and a silver medal at the 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Argentina. The USA, led by tournament MVP Kemba Walker, fell to host Argentina 77-64 in the gold medal game.
Bob McKillop (front row, center) and the 2008 USA Men's U18 National Team.
Bob McKillop was a USA Basketball assistant coach for the 2002 Junior World Championship Qualifying Team (U18) that won a bronze medal in Venezuela and featured eventual Olympic gold medalists Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Andre Igoudala. The U.S. was edged 67-65 on a last-second 3-pointer by the host nation in the semifinals but bounced back for a 71-65 win over Argentina to secure the bronze medal.
Bob McKillop (back row, second from left) and the 2002 USA Men's Junior World Championship Qualifying Team (U18).
Bob McKillop (left) served on the 2013-2016 USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Team Committee, helping to select the USA teams for the FIBA Americas U18 Championship and FIBA U19 World Cup. He was joined on the committee by (from left to right) Matt Painter, Lorenzo Romar, chair Jim Boeheim and athlete representative Curtis Sumpter.
Bob McKillop & USA Basketball
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