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Unknown extension tag "indicator"{{#invoke:Category handler|main}} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Ian MacDonald Hummer (born August 23, 1990) is a professional basketball player who last played for the Nilan Bisons Loimaa of the Finnish Korisliiga. He is from Vienna, Virginia and completed his senior season of college basketball for the 2012–13 Princeton Tigers men's basketball team. He was the 2009 The Washington Post Boys basketball Player of the Year for Gonzaga College High School as a senior in high school and the 2013 Ivy League Men's Basketball Player of the Year as a senior in college for Princeton.

At Princeton, he is the second leading scorer (behind Bill Bradley) and fifth leading rebounder in program history. He led the team to three postseason tournaments and the 2010–11 Ivy League Championship. He holds the Ivy League record for most single-season and career Player of the Week Awards. He earned Associated Press 2013 All-American honorable mention recognition. Both his father, Ed, and uncle, John, are distinguished former Princeton Tigers men's basketball players. His 2008 Gonzaga team won the District of Columbia championships during his junior year.


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Unknown extension tag "indicator"{{#invoke:Category handler|main}} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Ian MacDonald Hummer (born August 23, 1990) is a professional basketball player who last played for the Nilan Bisons Loimaa of the Finnish Korisliiga. He is from Vienna, Virginia and completed his senior season of college basketball for the 2012–13 Princeton Tigers men's basketball team. He was the 2009 The Washington Post Boys basketball Player of the Year for Gonzaga College High School as a senior in high school and the 2013 Ivy League Men's Basketball Player of the Year as a senior in college for Princeton.

At Princeton, he is the second leading scorer (behind Bill Bradley) and fifth leading rebounder in program history. He led the team to three postseason tournaments and the 2010–11 Ivy League Championship. He holds the Ivy League record for most single-season and career Player of the Week Awards. He earned Associated Press 2013 All-American honorable mention recognition. Both his father, Ed, and uncle, John, are distinguished former Princeton Tigers men's basketball players. His 2008 Gonzaga team won the District of Columbia championships during his junior year.


Ian Hummer sections
Intro  Background  College  Pro career  Personal  References  External links  

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