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2014 OVO Bounce Tournament Finals highlights

2014 OVO Bounce Tournament Finals highlights
2014 OVO Bounce Tournament Finals highlights

Check out the video highlights for the finals of the 2014 OVO/Bounce tournament finals between Team Ovo and Team Bounce. The second annual tournament featured NBA players such a Tristan Thompson (Cavs), Tyler Ennis (Suns), Amir Johnson (Raptors), Brandon Jennings (Pistons), Jordan Clarkdon (Lakers), Lou Williams (76ers) and Noah Vonleh.

The week long tournament sponsored by Toronto’s favorite hip-hop recording artist Drake and the Canada’s CIA Bounce AAU club end with Team OVO winning their second straight championship with a 107-95 victory. Brandon Jennings went for a game-high 31 points , Lou Williams of the sixers also got in the groove adding a total of 26 points and homegrown talent Tristan Thompson was a beast with 22 points.  Team Bounce got a especial performance from rookie Jordan Clarkson who poured in 25 points in the losing effort and Tyler Ennis also added 18 points in the process.

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