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3x3 Back2School Jam

August 25th 2018

Countryside Rec

2640 Sabal Springs Dr. Clearwater, FL 33761


3d & 4th Grade $75

5th & 6th Grade $100

7th & 8th Grade $125

High School Boys $150

High School Girls $150

Adult Men $175

Adult Women $175

Prizes For Winners & Runners Up

Winner & Runners Up From the High School and Adult Qualify for the USA Basketball National Championship in Colorado Springs!

All Participants will Qualify for the State Championships in Orlando Florida on October 5th

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Hard2Guard 3on3 State Championship in Orlando, Fl

Saturday, October 6th 2018

Orlando, Florida

Orange County Convention Center


3rd - 4th Grade

5th - 6th Grade

7th - 8th Grade

High School Boys

High School Girls

Adult 18+ Men

Adult 18+ Women

Entry Fee: All Divisions $100

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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  


*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