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Canby Junior Basketball will be hosting our Inaugural Annual 3 on 3 Indoor Basketball Tournament on Sunday, October 20th, 2019. Join us for a full day of fun, competitive family-friendly hoops! Your participation supports our organization and allows us to provide a quality basketball experience for all interested youth throughout Canby, OR!
Spectators enter for free and concessions will be available throughout the day.
Note: This is an INDOOR half-court 3v3 tournament. No pets allowed.
Grades 3-4 Boys / Girls
Grade 5 Boys / Girls
Grade 6 Boys / Girls
Grade 7 Boys / Girls
Grade 8 Boys / Girls
Grade 9-10 Boys / Girls
Grade 11-12 Boys / Girls
7:00 AM Doors open
8:00 AM Games begin
$80 - Youth 3rd -8th Grade
$100 - High School 9th -12th Grade
$120 - Adult
Brackets with specific game times will be posted on Wednesday prior to the tournament. We appreciate your patience.
Baker Prairie Middle School
Main and Auxiliary Gyms
Please follow signs to the gym entry around back!
1859 S Township Rd
Canby, OR 97013
3 ON 3 CONTEST RULES
1. Number of Players
Maximum of four players per team. A team can only have three or less players on the court at one time.
Teams will be divided into tournament brackets according to player’s grade as of the date of the tournament. Some brackets may be combined into two grades (ie: 3/4th grade bracket) depending on participation.
3. Game Times
Each team must check the Master Schedule (in the lobby) for all game times and court assignments. Teams must be ready to begin play at their scheduled start time. Teams not at their court for their scheduled game are given a five-minute grace period before a forfeit is enforced (the game clock will be running during that time). Game will last 25 minutes in length, and games will start every 30 minutes.
4. Basket Height
10’ Basket for all divisions.
Dunking IS NOT allowed at any time, including warm-up. Dunking during a game will be construed as an unsportsmanlike act, and the technical foul penalty will be imposed.
6. First Possession
A coin toss prior to each game will determine which team gets the first possession.
7. Checked ball
The ball must be “checked” by an opposing player before it is put into play at the beginning of the game or following a “dead ball”. The ball must be passed to begin play.
For grades 3-4, the first pass shall be uncontested, as long as the pass receiver is entirely above the free throw line extended.
8. Taking It Back
The ball will be “taken back” on each change of possession, regardless of whether or not a shot was attempted. “Taking it back” means the player with the ball must have both feet, as well as the ball, behind the “take it back” line.
The three-point line does not constitute the “take it back” line. It shall be a violation for a team to attempt a shot without first having properly “taken back” the ball. The penalty for attempting a shot without having properly “taken it back” is a loss of possession.
9. Change of Possession
The ball will change possession after scored baskets. There will be no “make it, take it” rule.
10. Jump Ball
In a jump ball situation, the ball will first go to the team that lost the opening coin toss, alternating possessions thereafter.
11. Ball Out-of-Bounds
A ball out-of–bounds or any other violation will be taken out from the backcourt line.
The basket structure, padding, and support will be played as out-of-bounds.
13. Stalling The Game
The Referee will decide if a team is stalling. It will be treated as a technical foul.
14. Keeping Score
All baskets made from on or inside the 3-point arc count for one point. All baskets made from outside the 3-point arc count for 2 points.
15. Game Length and Winning the Game (except Finals/Semi-Finals)
The winner will be decided by one of two ways: The first team to 15 and leading by two points will win the game, OR the team with the highest number of points once the 25 minutes is up. There is no point differential if a game is played the full 25 minutes. Games tied at 25 minutes will be determined by “sudden-death” (first basket wins). With 20 seconds left to play, if neither team has reached 15 points, the court monitor shall announce “last possession” and play will continue until the end of that possession. The “last possession” ends when:
The 25 minute time limit will be a “running clock”. The clock will only stop at the referee’s discretion (such as player injury; verifying score; etc)
16. Time Out
Each team is allowed a single, one-minute timeout per regulation game. The clock will NOT stop during time outs. Timeouts will not be awarded after 12 points have been earned by either team. Timeouts left over from regulation will not be carried over to overtime.
If at the end of “last possession” the game is tied, overtime provisions are activated.
Games tied at 25 minutes will be determined by “sudden-death” (first basket wins).
Substitutions may be made during time out or “dead ball” situations.
19. Player Injury
The referee has the discretion to suspend play for the protection of an injured player. If a player is bleeding or has an open wound, that player will be directed to leave the game and properly bandage the wound.
The referee assigned to that court will call the fouls (questions or complaints shall be addressed only by the Team Captain to the Referee). Judgment decisions of the Referee are final.
All fouls will be counted as team fouls. Once a team commits more than 6 fouls, subsequent fouls will result in a free throw to the opposing team. Ball changes possession.
Non-Shooting Fouls: Up to 6 per team – Fouled team keeps possession.
Each player is allowed 6 personal fouls each game before fouling out.
All free throws will be taken at the free throw mark. Ball becomes a dead ball after each free throw.
If a player is fouled on a shot (1 or 2 pointer), and if made, the basket will count and the shooter gets one free throw. If no basket is made on a 2-point shot, the shooter gets two free throws. Ball changes possession.
On the 7th, 8th, and 9th team fouls, one plus one (if first free throw is made) penalty results. On the 10th and subsequent team fouls, two free throws are awarded.
A. Intentional Fouls: An intentional foul is a foul designed to neutralize an opponent’s obvious advantageous position. It is a foul which, based on a referee’s observation of the act, is not a legitimate attempt to directly play the ball. An intentional foul results in two free throw shots and the offended team maintains possession of the ball, which is taken at the backcourt line.
B. Flagrant Fouls: A flagrant foul may be of a violent nature, or an act, which displays unacceptable conduct. It may or may not be intentional. It may also involve dead ball contact or dialogue which is extreme or abusive. Flagrant fouls will result in automatic ejection from the game, 2 free throws AND possession. If a player is fouled on a shot (1 or 2 pointer) the basket will count.
C. Technical Fouls: All technical fouls, including taunting, baiting, trash talking, and profanity will result in two free throws and possession of the ball. A second technical foul will result in disqualification for the remainder of the game.
21. Game Termination
In any game where, in the sole discretion of the referee, the game should not continue for any reason, including but not limited to flagrant and intentional fouls, fighting or any other reason, the referee may terminate the game. If the Referee terminates the game, both teams shall forfeit the game and the bracket will continue as a forfeited game with no standing for either team.
22. Semi Finals and Finals
Semi-Finals and Finals will have no time limit and will be won by the first team to reach 15 points and ahead by 2 points, or the first team to reach 21 points and ahead by 1 point.
23. Authorized Equipment and Apparel
No player shall be allowed to wear a guard, cast, hard brace or other potentially dangerous equipment, including but not limited to hard leather, plastic, plaster, or metal; even if the equipment is covered with a soft padding. Soft braces, sleeves and wraps will be allowed unless they pose a danger to other players. Knee braces must have all metal parts covered.
Good Sportsmanship is expected of all players. Any questions should be directed to the referee at your court. Poor sportsmanship could result in penalties against the team. Disqualification of a particular player or an entire team is left to the discretion of the referee and tournament director.
The referee and/or tournament official’s decision is final.
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