The Basketball Tournament will feature the Overtime Elite team that includes 2023 top-10 NBA picks, Ausar Thompson and Amen Thompson.

Projected 2023 draft top-10 Picks Amen And Ausar Thompson Overtime will send a team of sports media companies to participate in The Basketball Tournament. This marks the first time that NBA draft-eligible players will take part in the TBT.

TBT's single-elimination 64-team tournament runs from July 16th to August 2 and the winner will be awarded a $1million prize. TBT is well-known for its innovative features. Elam EndingThe NBA All-Star Game adopted.

Overtime will send a team made up of the Thompson twins. They are a projected second-round pick Jazian Gortman, draft-eligible Jaylen Martin There are many veterans with NBA and G League experience as well as international experience. This includes Malcolm Thomas, an alumnus of San Diego State, as well as Billy White. Kwe Parker And Deven Dorsett. Marc Hughes and Corey Frazier, Overtime Elite assistants (OTE), will coach the team. Marc has extensive experience working with TBT teams. OTE's Shea Dawson, Matt Verden will serve as general managers.

Overtime will compete at the Omaha regional of TBT. It runs from July 16-20. The Omaha regional will be heavily scouted and supervised by NBA teams due to the Thompson twins who are the No. 5, and No. 6. 6 prospects in ESPN's mock draft for 2023. The winner of the regional championship will play in a quarterfinal game on July 27, in Wichita Kansas. The remaining quarterfinals will be played in Dayton, Ohio.

This year's TBT will feature several players with NBA experience, including Zhaire Smith (Air Raiders), Omari Spellman (Eberlein Drive), Antonio Blakeney CJ Miles (Sideline Cancer), (Florida TNT), Justin Patton (Omaha Blue Crew), Jacob Evans (Nasty Nati), Kosta Koufos(Red Scare), Trevor Booker (“The Money Team”) James Ennis (LA Cheaters) Semaj Christon (Zip ‘Em Up).

Dawson, the Overtime team's general manager, said that competing in TBT was appealing to players as it provided exposure to different styles of play. It also allowed them to experience physicality and served as a development platform through high-level competitive events.

Dawson stated, “Our promise was to our athletes to build dynamic and personalized plans to accelerate their paths to the next level. And participating in TBT does exactly that.”

Jonathan Givony is an NBA Draft expert. He is the founder and coowner of provides private scouting services and analytics that are used by NBA, NCAA and International players.

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