All-Time Nike Hoop Summit Results

  • Date:
    Jun 14, 2013

DATE SITE RESULT USA LEADERS WORLD LEADERS
4/7/17 Portland, Oregon USA 98,
World 87
Michael Porter Jr./Jarred Vanderbilt - 19pts.
Jaren Jackson Jr./Jarred Vanderbilt - 10 rbs.
CollinSexton - 8 asts.
Collin Sexton - 4 stls.
Mohamed Bamba - 4 blks.
Kostja Mushidi - 14 pts.
Tadas Sedekerskis/Isaiah Hartenstein - 4 rbs.
Lindell Wigginton - 7 asts.
Kostja Mushidi - 3 stls.
Isaiah Hartenstein/Ikechukwu Obiagu/Borisa Simanic - 2 blks.
4/9/16 Portland, Oregon
USA 101,
World 67
Terrance Ferguson - 21 pts.
Jarrett Allen - 9 rbs.
De'Aaron Fox - 5 asts.
Markelle Fultz - 5 stls.
Jarrett Allen - 3 blks.
Wesley Silva - 9 pts.
Wesley Silva - 8 rbs.
Wesley Silva - 3 asts.
5 players - 1 stl.
Edin Atic/Harry Froling - 1 blk.
4/11/15 Portland, Oregon World 103,
USA 101
Luke Kennard - 22 pts.
Chase Jeter/Luke Kennard - 5 rebs.
Isaiah Briscoe - 9 asts.
Isaiah Briscoe - 3 stls.
Stephen Zimmerman - 2 blks.
Jamal Murray - 30 pts.

Thon Maker - 10 rbs.
Ben Simmons - 9 asts.
Ben Simmons - 2 stls.
Skal Labissiere - 6 blks.

4/12/14 Portland, Oregon USA 84,
World 73
Justise Winslow - 16 pts.
Jahlil Okafor - 10 rebs.
Tyus Jones - 6 asts.
Tyus Jones - 5 stls.
Alexander/Berry II/Oubre - 1 blk.
Emmanuel Mudiay - 20 pts.
Trey Lyles - 11 rebs.
Jamal Murray - 5 asts.
Emmanuel Mudiay - 3 stls.
James Metecan Birsen - 3 blks.
4/20/13
Portland, Oregon World 112,
USA 98
Jabari Parker - 22 pts.
Julius Randle - 8 rebs.
Andrew Harrison - 5 asts.
Kasey Hill/Jabari Parker - 3 stls.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson/Jabari Parker - 2 blks.
Livio Jean-Charles - 27 pts.
Livio Jean-Charles - 13 rebs.
Dennis Schroeder - 6 asts.
Dante Exum/Livio Jean-Charles/Karl Towns Jr. - 2 stls.
Livio Jean-Charles - 2 blks.
4/7/12
Portland, Oregon World 84,
USA 75
Shabazz Muhammad - 35 pts.
Kyle Anderson - 10 rebs.
Kyle Anderson - 4 asts.
Nerlens Noel - 5 stls.
Nerlens Noel - 4 blks.
Andrew Wiggins - 20 pts.
Dario Saric - 14 rebs.
Dario Saric - 4 asts.
Leo Westermann - 2 stls.
Andrew Wiggins - 2 blks.
4/9/11 Portland, Oregon USA 92,
World 80
Rivers - 20 pts.
Davis - 10 rebs.
Wroten - 5 assts.
Wroten - 2 stls.
Gilchrist - 5 blks.
Ponitka - 17 pts.
Biyombo - 11 rebs.
Neto - 4 assts.
Neto - 2 stls.
Biyombo - 10 blks.
4/10/10 Portland, Oregon USA 101,
World 97
Barnes - 27 pts.
Sullinger - 8 rebs.
Irving/Marshall - 5 assts.
Barnes/Irving/Sullinger - 2 stls.
Jones - 3 blks.
Kanter - 34 pts.
Kanter - 13 rebs.
Lebrun - 4 assts.
Five with 1 steal
Mirotic/Musli/Thompson - 1 blk.
4/11/09 Portland, Oregon World 97,
USA 89
Henry - 22 pts.
Henson - 9 rebs.
Wall - 11 assts.
Wall - 5 stls.
Henson/Plumlee - 2 blks.
Macvan - 23 pts.
Macvan - 14 rebs.
Macvan - 6 assts.
Pappas - 2 stls.
Seraphin - 4 blks.
4/12/08 Portland, Oregon USA 98,
World 78
DeRozan - 17 pts.
Evans - 8 rebs.
Holiday - 5 asts.
Anderson/DeRozan/Evans/Holiday - 3 sts.
Gordon - 4 blks.
Ajinca - 13 pts.
Ajinca - 9 rebs.
Janavicious - 5 asts.
Joseph/Gerbaudo/Ibaka - 2 stls.
Ajinca - 3 blks.
4/7/07 Memphis, Tennessee USA 100,
World 80
Mayo - 20 pts.
Michael Beasley - 9 rebs.
Flynn - 10 assts.
Rose - 4 stls.
Beasley/Love - 2 blks.
Batum - 23 pts.
Aleksandrov - 14 rebs.
Koponen - 6 assts.
Batum - 4 stls.
Alabi - 3 blks.
4/8/06 Memphis, Tennessee USA 109,
World 91
Ellington - 31 pts.
Durant/Harris -7 rebs.
Harris/Lawson - 6 asts.
Ellington - 3 stls.
Henderson - 3 blks.

Tepic - 16 pts.
Clark - 10 rebs.
Mills - 6 asts.
Clark - 2 stls.
Saer Sene - 9 blks.

4/9/05 Memphis, Tennessee USA 106,
World 98
Hansbrough - 31 pts.
Hansbrough - 10 rebs.
Paulus - 10 asts.
Ellis - 4 stls.
Hansbrough - 3 blks.
Pocius - 20 pts.
Shepard - 7 rebs.
Mokongo - 5 asts.
Mokongo - 2 stls.
Sakota - 2 blks.
4/4/04 San Antonio, Texas USA 99,
World 79
Josh Smith - 27 pts.
Jefferson - 7 rebs.
Telfair - 7 asts.
Gay/Josh Smith/Telfair-3 stls.
Josh Smith - 2 blks.
Bogdanovic - 20 pts.
Schroeder - 9 rebs.
Vieira - 3 asts.
Bargnani/Vieira - 2 stls.
Blks-none
4/2/00 Indianapolis, Indiana USA 98,
World 97
Randolph - 24 pts.
Miles/Randolph - 8 rebs.
Duhon - 6 asts.
Miles - 3 stls.
Miles - 2 blks.
Parker - 20 pts.
Oyediji - 13 rebs.
Parker - 7 asts.
Parker/Popovic/Vidal - 2 stls.
Diame/Fingleton/Oyediji-1 blk.
3/28/99 Tampa, Florida USA 107,
World 95
Jacobsen - 31 pts.
Watson - 9 rebs.
Williams - 7 asts.
Gaines/Watson/Williams-2 stls.
Parker - 2 blks.
llijevski - 19 pts.
Young/Oyediji - 8 5 rebs.
llijevski - 5 asts.
Illijevski/Radmanovic-2 stls.
Oyediji - 2 blks.
3/29/98 San Antonio, Texas World 104,
USA 99
Harrington - 26 pts.
Harrington - 9 rebs.
Curry - 4 assts.
Capel/Lewis - 4 stls.
Lewis/Rush - 2 blks.
Nowitzki - 33 pts.
Nowitzki - 14 rebs.
Lauwers - 4 asts.
Nowitzki - 3 stls.
Camara/Gadzuric - 1 blk.
4/19/97 Lake Buena Vista, Florida USA 97,
World 90
Hughes - 20 pts.
Artest - 9 rebs.
Davis - 5 asts.
Artest - 5 stls.
Battier - 2 blks.
Rakocevic - 17 pts.
Moiso - 8 rebs.
Victoriano - 4 asts.
Frugoni/Nielsen/Victoriano-1 stl.
Boumtje-Boumtje - 4 blks.
4/20/96 Charlotte, North Carolina World 104,
USA 96
O'Neal - 21pts.
O'Neal - 10 rebs.
Cota - 4 asts.
Walton - 3 stls.
O'Neal - 7 blks.
Bogojevic - 22 pts.
Bogojevic - 7 rebs.
Bogojevic - 7 asts.
Bogojevic - 3 stls.
Bogojevic/McAndrew/Palladino/Zhizhi - 1 blk.
5/13/95 Springfield, Massachusetts USA 86,
World 77

White - 13 pts.
Garnett - 10 rebs.
Marbury - 5 asts.
Marbury/McKie/Robertson - 2 stls.
Garnett - 9 blks.

Zemljic - 22 pts.
Raul/Stanojevic - 8 rebs.
Galanda - 2 asts.
Galanda - 3 stls.
Lutcke/Stanojevic - 1 blk.

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