Herro limited to 7 minutes in Nike Hoop Summit

 Posted by at 12:20 PM on April 14, 2018  Comments Off on Herro limited to 7 minutes in Nike Hoop Summit
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UK signee Tyler Herro logged two points and one assist in the Nike Hoop Summit on Friday night, going 1-for-3 from the floor in USA Basketball’s 89-76 loss to the World Select Team, which was led by Duke signee R.J. Barrett.

Herro played 7 minutes and 18 seconds off the bench, the lowest amount of playing time on the 10-player USA squad. Kansas-bound shooting guard Quentin Grimes played 34 minutes for Team USA.

UK signee Keldon Johnson was also selected for the Hoop Summit — and made the trip to Portland, Ore. — but he was sidelined for the game itself with a sprained ankle suffered earlier this month.

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UK’s Herro, Johnson make Nike Hoop Summit team

 Posted by at 12:23 PM on March 13, 2018  Comments Off on UK’s Herro, Johnson make Nike Hoop Summit team
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UK basketball signees Tyler Herro and Keldon Johnson were both named to the Nike Hoop Summit Team on Tuesday, and the two future Wildcats will represent USA Basketball at the event next month.

The game will be played April 13 in Portland, Ore.

Joining Herro and Johnson on the 12-player U.S. team will be Duke commitments Tre Jones, Cam Reddish and Zion Williamson, Oregon commitments Bol Bol and Louis King, Kansas commitment David McCormack, Vanderbilt commitment Darius Garland, Syracuse commitment Darius Bazley, and uncommitted five-star recruits Romeo Langford and Anfernee Simons.

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UK signee Herro will be part of the Nike Hoop Summit

 Posted by at 2:22 PM on January 24, 2018  Comments Off on UK signee Herro will be part of the Nike Hoop Summit
Jan 242018
 

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UK basketball signee Tyler Herro announced Wednesday that he has been named to the U.S. team for the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Ore., in April.

Herro will be one of 12 American players in the game, which is one of the premier postseason all-star events in high school basketball. The limited number of prospects chosen for the game actually makes it more exclusive than the McDonald’s All-American Game and Jordan Brand Classic.

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