Honors: MVP of the 2019 FIBA 3x3 World Cup, MVP of the 2019 Red Bull USA Basketball 3x3 Nationals; 2019 USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year.
Gold Medal: 2019 FIBA 3x3 World Cup.
Bronze Medal: 2009 World University Games
International Title: 2019 Red Bull USA Basketball 3x3 Nationals
Named to the 2020 USA Basketball 3x3 Olympic Qualifying Team on Feb. 17, 2020.
Member of the 2019 USA Basketball Men's 3x3 World Cup Team that claimed an historic first gold medal for the USA with a 7-0 record, scored a team-best 46 points (6.6 ppg.), which ranked third among all competitors.
Member of Ariel Slow & Steady that captured the 2019 Red Bull USA Basketball 3x3 Nationals gold medal and finished with a 7-1 record in Las Vegas; scored 16 of his team’s 21 points in the gold medal game.
Finished in third place with Ariel Turtles at the 2018 USA Basketball 3x3 Nationals in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Competed on the 2009 USA World University Games Team that finished with a 6-1 record and the bronze medal in Belgrade, Serbia; started three of seven games and averaged 7.3 ppg., 5.6 rpg. and a team second-best 2.3 apg. while playing 19.0 mpg.
Aided the 2009 USA World University Games Team to a 2-1 exhibition slate in Belgrade with wins over Canada and Russia and a loss to Serbia; started one of three games and averaged 3.7 ppg. and 3.7 rpg.
FIBA 3x3 World Tour & Qualifying Tournament Notes
Prior to the 2019 3x3 World Cup, played 34 games on the FIBA 3x3 World Tour for Princeton.
Following the Red Bull USA Basketball 3x3 Nationals, competed in the 2019 Novi Sad Challenger in Serbia and the Chengdu World Tour stop in China.
Prior to the 2019 USA 3x3 tournament, helped Princeton to second place at the Nanjing Challenger in China.
In 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Tour action, he aided Princeton to a fourth-place finish in Hyderabad, India, and sixth place in Beijing in the 3x3 World Tour Finals.
In 3x3 qualifying tournaments in 2018, helped Princeton finish third at the GoYang Challenger in South Korea, first in the Huaian Challenger in China, fourth in The Hague Challenger in the Netherlands, first in the Vieques Challenger in Puerto Rico and eighth in the Lignano Sabbiadoro Challenger in Italy.
Played two seasons, 2013-14 and 2014-15, for the Minnesota Timberwolves and averaged 3.9 ppg. and 2.7 rpg. in 98 contests.
Battled through injuries over the course of his professional career, which has seen Hummel sign contracts with the Denver Nuggets as well as professional teams in Italy, Russia and Spain.
With Princeton in 2019, played in the: FIBA World Tour Utsunomiya Final in November; 2nd Rain & Rose 3X3 International Challenge in October; Jeju Challenger in October; Red Bull USA Basketball 3X North Regional in September; Inje Challenger in August; FIBA World Tour Lausanne in August; F.I.P. Rimini Challenger in August; Ljubljana Challenger in August; FIBA World Tour Prague in August; Detroit Pistons 3X3 in July; FIBA World Tour Mexico City in July; FIBA World Tour Chengdu in June; Novi Sad Challenger in May; and the Jiangsu Fountask Sports Technology CO, Ltd Nanjing Challenger in April.
With the USA in 2019, played in the: FIBA 3X3 World Cup in June; and the big twelve TSF International tournament in June.
With Princeton in 2018, played in the: FIBA World Tour Bloomage Beijing Final in October; FIBA World Tour Hyderabad in September; Lignano Sabbiadoro Challenger in July; Vieques Challenger in June; The Hague Challenger in June; Huaiam Challenger in May; and the GoYang Challenger in April.
Spent five years at Purdue (2007-08 through 2011-12), which saw him sideined for the 2010-11 season due a torn ACL. During his first three years at Purdue, the Boilermakers tallied a 81-25 record, advanced to three NCAA Tournaments, including the 2009 and 2010 NCAA Sweet Sixteen, and captured the 2009 Big Ten Tournament title. During his redshirt senior season, Purdue compiled a 22-13 slate and advanced to the 2012 NCAA Tournament second round.
Played in a total of 127 games for Purdue and compiled 1,772 points (13.1 ppg.).