Warriors' Looney named Drew League Championship Game MVP


Kevon Looney is a two-time NBA champion, and on Sunday the Warriors big man added another title to his name. Looney led the the I-Can All-Stars to a Drew League championship by playing hero in Los Angeles. 

Looney was named MVP of the championship after scoring 25 points and grabbing 14 rebounds in a thrilling 92-91 overtime win against Public Enemy.

Wearing jersey No. 34, Looney sent the game to overtime with a clutch tip-in at the end of regulation, bringing the crowd to its feet. 

"Kevon Looney reporting in, just won my first Drew League championship. Two-time champion with the Golden State Warriors. Milwaukee to LA, way to represent," Looney said after the win. 

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Looney, 25, is expected to play a big role for the Warriors this upcoming season. He averaged 4.1 points and a career-high 5.3 rebounds per game last season.

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