“Being the first basketball event to play in the U.S. since mid-March is a monumental task that is only possible with great partners,” said TBT founder and CEO Jon Mugar in a press release. “We can’t thank the State of Ohio, Columbus Sports Commission or The Ohio State University enough for helping guide us. We also wouldn’t be here without ESPN, Puma, and Zelle. Everyone is unified in wanting to see athletes out there having fun again, and our players can’t wait to compete.”
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Dayton’s alumni team, the Red Scare, is expected to be one of 24 teams in the field. The official field has not been announced. More than 120 teams applied. The bracket will be unveiled Tuesday.
The Red Scare is managed by former UD walk-ons Jeremiah Bonsu and Joey Gruden. The team added a second non-Flyer to the roster on Monday: former Virginia Commonwealth forward Justin Tillman.
Tillman joins a team that includes former Flyers Rob Lowery, Trey Landers, Ryan Mikesell, Devin Oliver, Dyshawn Pierre, Darrell Davis, Kendall Pollard and Kyle Davis. Former Louisville guard Ryan McMahon will also play for the team.