Nike Hoop Summit 2011 Recap: USA Takes Down World Team, 92-80

The USA took down the World in the 2011 Nike Hoop Summit on Saturday night as the top college prospects showcased their talents in Portland. Led by Austin Rivers, the USA easily handled the World in a 92-80 win, thanks to four players in double-figures. Rivers scored a game-high 20 points to pace team USA in the win

Michael Gilchrist and Anthony Davis each scored 16 points for team USA, complimenting Rivers in the win. Quinn Cook added 12 points and Davis finished with a double-double, grabbing 12 rebounds to go with his 16 points. Tony Wroten Jr., from Seattle's Garfield High School, finished with a team-high five assists for the US squad.

Bismack Biyombo had a terrific all-around game for the world, finishing with a triple-double that included 12 points and 11 rebounds, along with a slew of blocks. His triple-double was the first in Hoops Summit history, a tremendous accomplishment considering the top-flight talent to play in the event over the years. Mateusz Ponitka had a team-high 17 points, with Kyle Wiltjer adding 12 points to the mix in the loss.

Ben Golliver will be back with a full recap of Saturday's game. For more information on the Nike Hoop Summit, visit the official website or check out the rest of our StoryStream.

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