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The Ones Basketball League Season One Finals did not disappoint.

John Jordan knocked down a disputed two-pointer to earn a 10-9 victory over George Beamon in sudden death overtime to claim the inaugural championship and a grand prize of $250,000.

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John Jordan’s sudden death shot in OT beats George Beamon to win 250,000km in first @OBLhoops championship in Las Vegas

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Suffice it to say, Jordan was pumped about the $250,000 after the game:

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$250,000 thanks to @OBLhoops ! 💼 pic.twitter.com/u6sFQJUtQ9

Founded by Tracy McGrady, the Ones Basketball League is an individual national competition that began in April. The league bounced around six different cities before crowning a champion this weekend in Las Vegas.

“There’s a whole scene of untapped talent, and people need to know about these guys and their skills. They come from different backgrounds telling their stories,” McGrady said. Andy Frie of Forbes.

Jordan played college basketball at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi from 2011-2015, earning first-team All-Southland honors as a junior and senior. He was inducted into the school’s Hall of Honor earlier this year.

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