Back 2 Back Garrett Jackson

The Mob get the bounce in, but quickly lose the ball. The hustle back gets the Mob the ball again, getting it to LaMonica Garrett. Garrett attacks the rim and picks up three. Within a few seconds, David Jackson gets the ball and answers Garrett’s slam. Comment Below…

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