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Boston Scenes 7-11-19: Save R Streets brings ballers to Roxbury

Hundreds of basketball players and spectators turned out at Jeep Jones Park in John Eliot Square for the 10th annual SaveRStreets Silence the Violence Basketball Tournament last weekend.

The free event included more than 30 basketball games for more than 500 players as well as children’s activities and food. Among those in attendance were Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins, Boston Police Commissioner William Gross and state representatives Chynah Tyler and Liz Miranda.

PHOTOS: LAUREN MILLER

Teens compete in the 10th Annual SaveRStreets Silence the Violence Basketball Tournament and Community Peace Weekend held in Jeep Jones Park in Eliot Square. PHOTO: LAUREN MILLER

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