Connect Sports Held a Basketball Tournament and It Was Awesome

By Connect Sports Staff, August 27, 2014

Champions aren’t made in primetime. Champions are made in the wee hours of the morning, when the cameras aren’t (supposed to be) on. Connect Sports All-Stars, led by team-stacking extraordinaire Patrick Higgins, defeated the Pennsylvania Sports Wildcats behind the sharp shooting of Sam Blechman. Basically Higgins did next to nothing, but his team was stacked.

The six-team tournament, sponsored by Pennsylvania Sports, was played on courts provided by Travel Courts, and with teams rocking TeamIP gear, featured highlights (well, a few) and lowlights (horrid officiating), but no one was injured and that’s all that really matters. For those interested in next year’s tournament in Pittsburgh, make sure to follow our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages for information as it breaks.

 

Thank you to our sponsors:

Courts:  Aimee Roberts, aimee.roberts@travelcourts.com, www.travelcourts.com

Jerseys:  Randy Sparks, rsparks@teamipsports.com, www.teamipsports.com

Medals:  Jon Scott, jscott@maxmedals.com, www.maxmedals.com

 

Story by: Parrish Walton
Footage shot by: Natalie Dupuis, Matt Love and Britton Thomas
Video edited by: Britton Thomas
Music produced by: Rico Love, Chauncey “Hit-Boy” Hollis and Noah “40” Shebib

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