The Basketball Tournament, now in its sixth year, is a 64-team, 5-on-5 single-elimination tournament with a $2 million prize, and a team headed by former Killeen High standout Cedric Brooks is pledging to donate $100,000 to wounded warriors if they win. 

The team is called the Fort Hood Wounded Warriors. Brooks and everyone else on the team — including former Copperas Cove star and recent Oklahoma graduate Rashard Odomes — has some type of connection to the military.

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