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CAMILLUS, NY (NCC NEWS) – The Salt City Pro-Am Tournament, formerly known as the Elite Basketball Club, is not just a new direction – it is a revival of the community spirit and basketball talent in Central New York.

Led by owner Mike Sugamosto, this event aims to bring basketball fans of all ages and backgrounds together under one roof and celebrate Syracuse's athletic diversity.

“I think this is a city full of talent,” Sugamosto said. “Being able to put everything in one space and do it safely, we accomplished the mission of bringing everyone together to play and watch basketball.”

The tournament has not only attracted the attention of avid basketball fans, but also that of local sports greats like Syracuse University running back LeQuint Allen, who took a break from the football field to enjoy the local atmosphere.

“I never watch basketball normally,” Allen said. “So I like to see who stands out. I just love watching the game when I get the chance.”

For Sugamosto, the tournament is more than just sport – it is about strengthening community cohesion through a shared passion.

“It's about more than just basketball, it's about more than just running a business,” Sugamosto said. “It's about bringing everyone together who shares the same love and passion for the game.”

For all basketball fans who have not yet experienced the Salt City Pro-Am tournament, Sugamosto has a message.

“Don’t miss the opportunity to see these players up close. Come join us and be part of something special,” said Sugamosto.

The tournament will take place at St. Joseph's Church until August 2nd.

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