Viewing: Pan American Games Men

Take a look back through pictures at how USA Basketball fared in 2015 during international competition.

Toronto, Canada • July 21-25, 2015 The 2015 USA Basketball Pan American Games Team, comprised of seven collegians and five players from the professional ranks, finished 3-2 and won the bronze medal marking the 13th time in 17 Pan American Games that the American men had medaled. Ranging in age...

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USA Men's Pan American Games Head Coaches YEAR SITE USA HEAD COACH RECORD / MEDAL 2015 Toronto, Canada Mark Few, Gonzaga University 3-2 / Bronze Medal 2011 Guadalajara, Mexico Nate Tibbetts, Tulsa 66ers 3-2 / Bronze Medal 2007 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Jay Wright, Villanova University 3-2 / Fifth...

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Men's Pan American Games Summary of Finishes   Gold     Silver     Bronze  United States 8 3 3 Brazil 6 2 5 Puerto Rico 2 5 4 Argentina 1 2 0 Mexico 0 3 1 Canada 0 1 0 Dominican Republic 0 1 0 Cuba 0 0 2 Panama 0 0 1 Uruguay 0 0 1 Men's Pan American Games Year-by-Year...

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Akron Goodyears (OH) Calvin Fowler (1967) Alabama Leon Douglas (1975) Arizona Kaleb Tarczewski (2015) Arizona State Ike Diogu (2003) Arkansas Tech Charles O'Neill (1951) Austin Toros Leo Lyons (2011) Lance Thomas (2011) Bakersfield Jam Brian Butch (2011) Baylor (TX) Taurean Waller-Prince (2015)...

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USA INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION RECORDS MOST POINTS: Mike Woodson 165 (18.3) 1979 Michael Brooks 157 (17.4) 1979 Michael Jordon 138 (17.3) 1983 Donald Barksdale 135 (22.5) 1951 Joesph White 125 (13.9) 1967 MOST POINTS AVERAGED: Donald Barksdale 22.5 (135) 1951 Mike Woodson 18.3 (165) 1979 James Jackson...

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A Bunk Adams 1963 U. S. Armed Forces/ Ohio Jack Adams 1959 U. S. Armed Forces / Eastern Kentucky Roger Adkins 1951 Indiana State Blake Ahearn 2011 Erie BayHawks / Missoui State Willie Anderson 1987 Georgia Richard Atha 1951 Indiana State B Richard Babcock 1951 Indiana State Damon Bailey 1999 Fort...

The U.S. rallied from 21 points down to capture an 87-82 win over Dominican Republic and earn the Pan Am bronze medal.

USA Head Coach Mark Few (Gonzaga)   On where the game ranked among crazy games in his career:  Probably up near, if not the top — close to it. It was not looking good. We waited until our backs were firmly pinned against the proverbial wall, and then we responded. Through that whole...

USA Men Pan Am team comes back to earn bronze over Dominican Republic.

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