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Louisville’s Luke Hancock (7), a former Hidden Valley standout, scored 15 points Monday to help the U.S. beat the Czech Republic in the World University Games.
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
KAZAN, Russia — Louisville’s Luke Hancock (Hidden Valley) scored 15 points in 17 minutes to help the U.S. beat the Czech Republic 96-53 at the World University Games on Monday.
Hancock, who started, was 5 of 10 from 3-point range. Creighton’s Doug McDermott had 23 points and 10 rebounds.
On Sunday, the U.S. opened play with a 140-46 rout of the United Arab Emirates. Hancock started and had nine points.
For Saturday’s opening ceremonies, Hancock was the flag bearer for the entire U.S. delegation of more than 300 athletes.
“I was so honored, and it was such a privilege, such a cool experience,” Hancock said in a USA Basketball statement. “That is something that I will absolutely never forget.
“You can’t describe the feeling; it was unbelievable. Especially to be in a foreign country and have that many people cheering for you and for me to able to lead all of these great athletes, is such a humbling experience.”
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