Hard2Guard's Premiere Tournaments

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H2G's March Madness 3on3 Tournament

Friday & Saturday March 15th & 16th

Countryside Rec 

2640 Sabal Springs Dr. Clearwater, FL 


FRIDAY MARCH 15th: 3rd Grade - 7th Grade Divisions will Play 

SATURDAY MARCH 16th: 8th Grade - Adult Divisions will Play


Divisions: 


3rd – 4th Grade: $100 per team up to 4 players 


5th – 6th Grade: $125 per team up to 4 players  


7th Grade: $135 per team up to 4 players 


8th Grade: $135 per team up to 4 players     


High School Girls: $150 per team up to 4 players  


High School Boys: $150 per team up to 4 players 


Adults 18 & up: $175 up to 4 players


Adults 40 & up: $175 up to 4 players


Prizes:

Youth Divisions: Prizes for Winners and Runner-ups 

Middle School Division: Prizes for Winners and Runner-ups 

High School Boys and Girls: Winners Qualify for USA Basketball National Championship (See Rules Below)

Adult Division: *$500 Cash Prize and Team Trophy (Adult Divisions: 18+, 40+)

*10 Team Minimum in EACH Adult Division for the Cash Prize 

(In case of less than 10 Teams, the Winners will receive FREE ENTRY into our next tournament.)


**Qualifications for the USA Nationals for High School Divisions:

1) Each player must be registered with Fiba, Go to 3x3planet.com to register.

2)Completion of tournament winning team and it's players must pay a $50 fee to hold their spot for Nationals.

3) Winning team must be capable to buy airline tickets to Colorado Springs, Co for the National Championship in April 12th- 14th

4) All players must be 18 years old or younger and born 2001 or later.

5) Note: If players/team do not follow these steps they will be disqualified from competing in Nations and will have forfeited their wins at this event.


3x3 Rules & Regulations

FIBA 3x3 RULES & REGULATIONS

 3x3 Rules of the Game  

Court and Ball A regular 3x3 court playing surface is 15m (width) x 11m (length) The official 3x3 ball shall be used in all categories  

Team Roster 4 players 3 + 1 substitute Note: game must start with 3 (three) players in FIBA 3x3 Official Competitions  

Referee(s) 1 or 2  

Time/Score keeper(s) Up to 2  

Time-outs 1 per team and 2 TV-time outs, if any, at first dead ball after 6:59 and 3:59 dead ball, 30 seconds  

Initial possession Coin flip Note: the team that wins the coin flip decides whether it takes the ball or leaves it, in order to get it in a potential overtime  

Scoring 1 point and 2 points, if scored behind the arc  

Game duration & Score limit 1 x 10 minutes, playing time  

Score limit: 21 points. Applies to regular playing time only  

Note: if a game clock is not available, running time length and sudden death score is at organizer's discretion. FIBA recommends setting score limit in line with the game duration (10 minutes/10 points; 15 minutes/15 points; 21 minutes/21 points)  

Overtime First team to score two (2) points wins the game  

Shot clock 12 seconds Note: if a shotclock device is not available, referee to warn and count down the 5 last seconds  

Free throw(s) following a shooting foul free throw free throws, if foul committed behind the arc  

Foul limit per team 6 team fouls  

Penalty for team fouls 7, 8 and 9 2 free throws  Penalty for team fouls 10 and more 2 free throws + ball possession  Possession following a successful goal Defense possession  

Right underneath the hoop Ball to be dribbled or passed to a player behind the arc  

Defensive team not allowed to play for the ball inside the "no-charge semicircle" area underneath the basket   ...following a dead ball Check ball exchange behind the arc (at the top)

  ...following a defensive rebound or steal Ball to be dribbled/passed behind the arc 

 ...following a jumpball situation Defense possession  

Substitutions In dead ball situations, prior to the check ball  

The substitute can enter the game after his teammate steps off the court and establishes a physical contact with him behind the end line opposite the basket. 

Substitutions require no action from the referees or table officials  

Notes: 

*A player is considered to be "behind the arc" if neither of his feet are inside nor step the arc  

**Official FIBA Basketball Rules apply for all game situations not specifically mentioned above  

***Refer to 3x3 Rules of the Game text version for standings, default, forfeits, protests and disqualification