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Local Hoopers Rejoice As Venice Basketball League Returns

The Venice Basketball League is officially back on the courts after nearly 2 years of closure. Nick Ansom joins us to talk about the unique community and opportunities Venice Basketball offers. This video brought to you by The Invisible Gardener.

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