David Jackson Takes the Lead

A slow jumper and a grab by the Diablos set up a nice play. The ball gets passed out to David Jackson, who has a clear path to the basket. Jackson launches himself off the side tramp and finishes with a one handed slam, helping the Diablos take the lead. Comment Below…

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