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2013 USA Basketball Men's World University Games Team

TWENTY-SEVENTH WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES -- 2013

  • Date:
    Aug 30, 2013

Kazan, Russia • July 7-16, 2013


After finishing the preliminary round as a No. 3 seed and missing out on the medal round, the 2013 USA men went on to secure a best-possible, ninth-place finish at the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia.

2013 USA RESULTS (6-2)
USA 140 United Arab Emirates 46
USA 96 Czech Republic 53
USA 83 Sweden 65
Australia 93 USA 84
Canada 94 USA 85
USA 91 Norway 51
USA 92 Germany 70
USA 97 Finland 70

2013 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES FINAL STANDINGS

1. Russia (8-0) 13. Norway (4-4)
2. Australia (6-2) 14. South Korea (3-5)
3. Serbia (7-1) 15. Czech Rep. (3-5)
4. Canada (6-2) 16. Mongolia (2-6)
5. Lithuania (7-1) 17. Sweden (4-4)
6. Romania (5-3) 18. Japan (3-5)
7. Estonia (5-3) 19. Ukraine (3-5)
8. Brazil (4-4) 10. United Arab Emirates (1-7)
9. USA (6-2) 21. Chile (2-6)
10. Finland (5-3) 22. China (2-6)
11. Mexico (5-3) 23. Oman (1-7)
12. Germany (4-4) 24. Philippines (0-8)

For the tournament, the USA established five U.S. Men’s World University Games competition records, and five players averaged double-digit scoring throughout, including Doug McDermott (14.1 points per game), Luke Hancock (10.8 ppg.), Will Sheehey (10.6 ppg.), Cory Jefferson (10.5 ppg.) and Yogi Ferrell (10.3 ppg.).

The USA opened play on July 7 with a 140-46 win over United Arab Emirates that saw three players record double-doubles. Led by a U.S. record 13 assists from Ferrell, who finished with 15 points, the USA established three team records in the win, including 36 assists, 70 rebounds and 39 attempted 3-pointers.

Limiting its opponent to just 31.3 percent from the field, the USA easily defeated Czech Republic 96-53 on July 8. Twenty-three points from McDermott led the USA, while Hancock scored 15 points in 17 minutes.

After a first-half fight, the USA outscored Sweden 27-17 in the third quarter on its way to an 83-65 win on July 9. Ferrell led the USA with 20 points, while Treveon Graham added 14 points.

In a game that featured 11 lead changes and 10 tied scores, the USA lost to Australia 93-84 on July 11. Facing an Aussie roster that included five players with senior national team experience, the USA could not shut down Australian Jason Cadee, who scored 16 of his 23 points in the final 10 minutes. McDermott was the high-scorer for the USA with 22 points.

Despite 27 points from Hancock, the USA fell to Canada 94-85 in its final preliminary-round game on July 12. The loss dropped the USA to a No. 3 in its group, meaning it would not advance to the medal quarterfinals and could only compete for ninth place at best.

The USA rebounded on July 14 with a 91-51 win over Norway that saw 29 U.S. assists and 16 points from Sheehey.

Four players in double-figures helped the USA defeat Germany 92-70 on July 15, including 18 from McDermott and 16 from Hancock.

In its final game for ninth place, the USA recorded a 97-70 win over Finland that featured 20 points from Sheehey and five players in double-digits.

Russia beat Australia to earn the gold medal, while Serbia took bronze with a win over Canada.

Assisting Davidson’s Bob McKillop on the USA sideline were John Beilein of the University of Michigan and Frank Martin of the University of South Carolina.

 

2013 USA MEN'S WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES TEAM ROSTER

NAME
POS
HGT
WGT
AGE
SCHOOL HOMETOWN
Spencer Dinwiddie G 6-6 200 20 Colorado Woodland Hills, CA
Yogi Ferrell G 6-0 178 20 Indiana Indianapolis, IN
Treveon Graham F 6-5 215 19 VCU Temple Hills, MD
Luke Hancock F 6-6 200 23 Louisville Roanoke, VA
Tyler Haws G 6-5 200 22 BYU Alpine, UT
Cory Jefferson C 6-9 210 22 Baylor Killeen, TX
Sean Kilpatrick G 6-4 221 23 Cincinnati Yonkers, NY
Alex Kirk C 7-0 250 21 New Mexico Los Alamos, NM
Doug McDermott F 6-8 225 21 Creighton Ames, IA
Adreian Payne F 6-10 240 22 Michigan State Dayton, OH
Will Sheehey F 6-7 200 21 Indiana Stuart, FL
Aaron White C 6-8 218 20 Iowa Strongsville, OH
HEAD COACH: Bob McKillop, Davidson College
ASSISTANT COACH: John Beilein, University of Michigan
ASSISTANT COACH: Frank Martin, University of South Carolina
TEAM PHYSICIAN: Jeff Bytomski, Duke University
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Ray Beltz, Charlotte, NC

2013 USA MEN'S WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES TEAM CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

NAME
G/S
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
McDermott
8/8
39- 90
.433
18- 45
.400
17- 19
.895
45/ 5.6
113/ 14.1
12
0
4
Hancock
8/8
28- 64
.438
16- 38
.421
14- 17
.824
24/ 3.0
86/ 10.8
17
0
9
Sheehey
8/3
37- 63
.587
7- 11
.636
4- 8
.500
28/ 3.5
85/ 10.6
10
1
8
Jefferson
8/5
36- 53
.679
1- 1
1.000
11- 16
.688
72/ 9.0
84/ 10.5
2
9
4
Ferrell
8/0
28- 77
.364
13- 42
.310
13- 17
.765
24/ 3.0
82/ 10.3
35
0
7
Graham
5/5
17- 33
.515
3- 13
.231
10- 14
.714
34/ 6.8
47/ 9.4
12
1
7
Dinwiddie
8/8
25- 50
.500
6- 14
.429
7- 11
.636
21/ 2.6
63/ 7.9
44
3
12
Kilpatrick
8/0
20- 62
.323
12- 40
.300
8- 9
.889
16/ 2.0
60/ 7.5
12
1
7
White
8/0
18- 33
.545
3- 10
.300
10- 17
.588
29/ 3.6
49/ 6.1
4
5
6
Payne
8/3
16- 35
.457
1- 5
.200
8- 12
.667
30/ 3.8
41/ 5.1
6
7
5
Haws
7/0
11- 28
.393
1- 6
.167
9- 12
.750
21/ 3.0
32/ 4.6
4
0
2
Kirk
7/0
11- 17
.647
0- 0
.---
4- 6
.667
32/ 4.6
26/ 3.7
3
4
2
USA TOTALS
8
286-605
.473
81-225
.360
115-158
.728
403/ 50.4
768/ 96.0
161
31
73
OPP. TOTALS
8
203-538
.377
58-180
.322
78-116
.672
272/ 34.0
542/ 67.8
95
15
38

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