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Medalists Gallery: 2017 USA Basketball 3x3 National Tournaments

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2017 USA BASKETBALL 3X3 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT MVPs
Natalie Romeo (University of Washington) and Daniel Mavraides (Ariel Slow & Steady).

Medalists Gallery: 2017 USA Basketball 3x3 National Tournaments

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Medalists Gallery: 2017 USA Basketball 3x3 National Tournaments

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2017 USA BASKETBALL MEN’S 3X3 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Ariel Slow & Steady (from left to right): Zahir Carrington, Damon Huffman, Daniel Mavraides and Craig Moore.

Medalists Gallery: 2017 USA Basketball 3x3 National Tournaments

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2017 USA BASKETBALL MEN’S 3X3 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RUNNERS-UP
Harlem (from left to right): Solomon Bamiro, Nathan Flowers, Dominique Jones and Kavon Lytch

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2017 USA BASKETBALL WOMEN’S 3X3 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Washington Huskies (from left to right): Mai-Loni Henson, Amber Melgoza, Natalie Romeo and Deja Strother.

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2017 USA BASKETBALL WOMEN’S 3X3 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RUNNERS-UP
Oregon Ducks (from left to right): Lexi Brando, Otiona Gildon, Ruthy Hebard and Justine Hall.

Medalists Gallery: 2017 USA Basketball 3x3 National Tournaments

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2017 USA BASKETBALL 3X3 U18 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT MVPs
Destiny Littleton (Bounce Back) and Zachary Reichle (Hoopla)

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2017 USA BASKETBALL WOMEN’S 3X3 U18 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Bounce Back (from left to right): Janelle Bailey, Aquira DeCosta, Destiny Littleton and Christyn Williams.

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2017 USA BASKETBALL WOMEN’S 3X3 U18 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RUNNERS-UP
Denver (from left to right): Francesca Belibi, Jana Van Gytenbeek, Avery VanSickle and Autumn Watts.

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2017 USA BASKETBALL MEN’S 3X3 U18 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Hoopla (from left to right): Matthew O’Brien, Zachary Reichle, Jack Roche and Zac Woodworth

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2017 USA BASKETBALL MEN’S 3X3 U18 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RUNNERS-UP
Western PA Elite Gold (from left to right): Curtis Aiken Jr., Turner Kurt, Austin Butler, Holden Lipke.

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