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Want To Get More Involved?

There are a number of ways to get involved with USA Basketball:

Volunteer

Thanks for your inquiry and interest in our programs. To be considered as volunteer staff for a USA Basketball event, please submit an application by clicking the link HERE. All applications will be reviewed and USA Basketball will contact you should an opportunity arise.

Open Court Program

The USA Basketball Open Court program connects players to facilities with the goal of encouraging open play in a fun and safe environment. This free-play basketball environment allows youth to enjoy the game at local facilities while earning participation points for prizes. Learn about the program, find a facility in your area and get out and play!

3x3 Basketball

The game of 3x3 basketball has evolved over the years and is a great way for players and coaches to evaluate skill development. With a 12-second shot clock and a faster pace of play, 3x3 benefits players' mental and physical growth on the court. Click the link above to find the rules of the game, a bit of its history and ways you can get involved.

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