Monster Of The Court 1on1 Basketball Tournament and 3 Point Shootout Victorium at the Scottsdale, AZ
- WHEN: January 6, 2018 – 12p to 6p
- WHERE: Victorium Basketball Courts – 9219 E Hidden Spur Trail Scottsdale, AZ
- DIVISIONS: Boys & Girls 5th Grade / 6th Grade / 7th Grade / 8th Grade / Coaches 3-Point Shootout
- AWARDS: Given to the top 3 in each division
Monster Of The Court 1 V 1 Basketball Rules and Notes
There will be 1 referee for each game. The referee will call and keep score, call fouls, keep game clock, and have final say in any disputes.
- All baskets count for 1 point regardless of distance.
- Games are played first to 10 points or whoever has the most points after 15 minutes ( games are played on a running clock ).
- Games are “Make it, Take it”, if you make a basket you keep possession of the ball
- Each player is allowed 1 time out ( 1 minute in duration ).
- A coin flip will determine first possession of the ball.
- A foul will result in getting the ball at the at the top of the key.
- Three fouls will results in a free throw and possession of the ball at the top of the key.
- Champions of each division will be officially crowned MONSTER OF THE COURT!!!
Monster Of The Court 3 Point Shootout Rules and Notes
The 3 point shootout will be held after all 1 V 1 games have been completed. There will be a referee to facilitate and monitor each match.
- Each shooter will have 60 seconds to shoot five balls from five racks positioned around the 3-point line. One rack will be stationed at the top of the key, one will be on each wing, and one will be in each corner. Each shooter may begin at either corner of the court. The designated shooting spots along the 3-point arc will be marked with yellow poly spots. The shooter will stand behind the yellow poly spot when shooting.
- The clock will start on the shooter’s first release.
- The first four balls on each rack are worth one point, and the fifth ball on each rack is worth two points. A shooter must have both feet behind the 3-point line when he/she releases the ball.
- A shooter’s total score is determined by adding the total points he/she receives for all made baskets from behind the 3-point line.
- Tie-Breaker – When determining the campus champion, the following tie-breaking procedure will be followed: The first tiebreaker will be the number of money balls each shooter hit in his/her round. If a tie still exists, the second tiebreaker will be the number of baskets made from the last rack. If a tie still exists, proceed backward through the number of racks until the tie is broken.
- Champions of the 3-Point Shooting Contest will be crowned MONSTER OF THE COURT!!!