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Conway Capital team claims hoops title in Cushman & Wakefield charity tourney

The Conway Capital team claimed the crown in Cushman & Wakefield’s annual charity basketball tournament.

From left, Morris Dweck, Maurice Schmool and Abe Cohen of Conway Capital.

Abe Cohen of Conway Capital, Morris Dweck of ABS Altman Warwick and Maurice Schmool of Avenue Property Group beat the 24-team field in the third installment of the Glenn Markman Legacy Tournament on Wednesday, August 8.

Conway, Dweck and Schmool defeated the Cushman & Wakefield team of Jason Greenstone, Michael O’Neill, Bryan Hurley and Ian Lerner to clinch the title.

Hosted by Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders, the tournament pays homage to the company’s late vice chairman, Glenn Markman, who died in 2014 of cancer at the age of 52. Proceeds from the event benefit the Glenn Markman Foundation, which supports arts and athletic programs for kids.

Participating teams were made up of real estate professionals in and around New York City. The tournament took place at Basketball City at 299 South Street in Manhattan.

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