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Mizzou’s Show Me Squad to make their debut in The Basketball Tournament

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Mizzou Basketball in the summer?

Yes, please.

Mizzou Hoops’ alumni team Show Me Squad will be making their debut in The Basketball Tournament — a 64-team tourney where the winning team receives $1 million.

Show Me Squad is a No. 4 seed in the Wichita Regional playing No. 5 seed Vegas Rebellion (UNLV alumni) in the first round.

Here is the full TBT bracket:

Show Me’s match up with Vegas will take place on July 19th at the Charles Koch Arena — a 6:00 p.m. CST tip-off which can be seen on ESPN+.

Of course, there is potential second round match up against Mass Street (the kU alumni team).

If you need a refresher — Show Me Squad’s roster features former players such as Ben Sternberg, Dree Gholston, Isiaih Mosley, Jontay Porter, Jordan Geist, Mitchell Smith and more. Plus, Phil Pressey is the GM and head coach.

Can’t wait for that. Also, can’t wait for tonight. Happy NBA Draft! Best of luck to Kobe Brown and D’Moi Hodge.

Onto the links. M-I-Z!

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