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Ponderosa High School To Host U18 Denver 3x3 Series

  • Date:
    Sep 9, 2014

Think you have what it takes to raise your FIBA 3x3 rankings and become the top U18 3x3 basketball player in Denver, United States, and the World?

Ponderosa High School is fielding male U18 teams for the first U18 Denver 3x3 Series. Tournaments will be held at Ponderosa High School in Parker, Colorado, on three consecutive Saturdays in September and October. Each tournament will elevate your overall rankings and help the United States qualify for the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships in Debrecen, Hungary (June 4-7, 2015).

Also, by participating in the U18 Denver 3x3 Series, your team could have the opportunity to qualify for the 2015 USA Basketball 3x3 U18 National Tournament, to be held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the U.S. Olympic Training Center April 30-May 3, where a selected number of teams will compete for a chance to represent the USA at the FIBA U18 3x3 World Championships!

The U18 Denver 3x3 Series will consist of round robin pool play, followed by a single-elimination final round for each tournament. All teams will have the opportunity to play a minimum of three games against some of the toughest opponents in the Denver area to challenge for the chance to represent USA Basketball.


How to register for the U18 Denver 3x3 Series

Create a 3x3 profile
All 3x3 participants registered for official FIBA 3x3 tournaments MUST create a 3x3 player profile on FIBA 3x3 Planet
(** Please be sure to accept the FIBA 3x3 confirmation email to make your 3x3 player profile official)

Sign up your team at the following registration pages beginning on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014:


U18 Denver 3x3 Series – Saturday, Sept. 27
http://www.3x3planet.com/en/event/details/TMZ14JREJUZGXUSA

U18 Denver 3x3 Series – Saturday, Oct. 4
http://www.3x3planet.com/en/event/details/TMZ14JREXLLAOUSA

U18 Denver 3x3 Series – Saturday, Oct. 11
http://www.3x3planet.com/en/event/details/TMZ14JREZFTOAUSA

The $125.00 team entry fees will be collected on Saturday, Sept. 27, upon arrival at the Ponderosa High School gym and before any player will play their first game.



For additional questions, please contact:

Kenny Wilson - Ponderosa High School:
kcw22@msn.com

or for USA Basketball 3x3 specific questions:

Travis Johnson
Tjohnson@usabasketball.com

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