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Texas Tech Jordan Jackson annihilates Carleton Ravens’ Guillaume Boucard

Texas Tech Jordan Jackson annihilates Carleton Ravens' Guillaume Boucard
Texas Tech Jordan Jackson annihilates Carleton Ravens’ Guillaume Boucard

The Texas Tech Red Raiders freshman Jordan Jackson, (son of former USA Basketball Olympic gold medalist Sherly Swoopes) brought the Ravens Nest to it’s feet with this vicious two-hand throw down on Guillaume Boucard.

Jackson a 6’3 Guard 180lbs from Houston Texas native missed a free-throw and followed up by taking off outside the dotted, aka charge line before elevating right through the Ravens defender and swinging the momentum towards the Red Raiders at the end of the three-quarter.

Texas Tech defeated the Canadian National champions 67-60 to improve to 3-0 on their 2015 Canadian tour which also featured games in Montreal.

Jordan Jackson finished the night with 12 points and 2 rebounds on 4-of-5 shooting off the bench. Boucard poured-in a game-high 21 points and 5 rebounds.

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