It’s impossible to not like The Courts Pro-Am. I mean, what’s better than free basketball in July featuring familiar faces, former standouts and future stars. As in years past, session No. 16 has shortage of storylines as the Ozarks continues its basketball-rich tradition. Here is what stood out to me this week (July 1).

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