the following athletes received the coveted 3 on 3 championship t-shirts as 2018 3 on 3 winners! We hope you enjoyed your experience as much as we enjoyed hosting all 98 teams (almost 400 athletes) from over 30 different clubs across Ontario! We also hope that you'll join us again for our next 3 on 3 tournament! Thanks, Mike ***Please visit pelhambasketball.ca for pictures of the tournament champions for each division and from throughout the day. If you have any awesome 3 on 3 pictures, please share them with email@example.com. ***Below you will find the tournament champions of each division along with the participating clubs... Champions Atom Girls - Mississauga Monarchs Splash Sisters over Mississauga Monarchs Sauga Huskies Major Atom Girls - Pelham Panthers Frosted Flakes over Kitchener-Waterloo High Voltage Bantam Girls - Pelham Panthers Hoops! We Did It Again! over Pelham Panthers Fruit Loops Major Bantam Girls - Niagara Selects Lebron's Tutors over Niagara Selects Serge I-Block-Ya Major Midget Girls - Pelham Panthers Red over Pelham Panthers Blue Novice Boys - Dundas Dynamo over Barrie Royals Atom Boys - Burlington Force Warriors over Dundas Dynamo Major Atom Boys - Brantford Hawks Beast Ballers over St. Catharines CYO Rebel City Bantam Boys - Pelham Panthers White over East York Eagles Team Jerad Major Bantam Boys - Pelham Panthers Sportsmen over Burlington Force Force Midget Boys - Pelham Panthers Tune Squad over Cambridge Centaurs Green Participating Clubs Ancaster Magic Barrie Royals Bordertown Brantford CYO Brantford Hawks Burlington Force Cambridge Basketball Cambridge Centaurs Dundas Dynamo East YorK Eagles Etobicoke Thunder Flamborough Fire Grimsby Grizzlies Haldimand Huskies IEM Scarborough KWGBA London CYO Mississauga Monarchs Niagara Falls Red Raiders Niagara Selects NOTL Rangers Pelham Panthers Port Colborne Hornets Scarborough Blues SCNYB South Simcoe Sonics St.Catharines CYO Rebels Stoney Creek Storm Stratford Revolution Valhalla Vikings Welland Warriors YSSK
We'd like to thank everyone once again for participating in our Pelham Panthers 3 on 3 tourney! We hope that you'll join us again in November when we run our pre-season 3 on 3 tournament! There was lots of great basketball action that took place on Saturday, below you will find the tournament champions of each division... Novice Girls - Green Eggs and Slam (Pelham Panthers) Atom Girls - R & B Ballers (Valhalla) Major Atom/Bantam Girls - Team Swish - (Pelham Panthers) Major Bantam Girls - Nike Pro's (NOTL Rangers) Novice Boys - Force (Burlington Force) Atom Boys - Coco Puffs (Pelham Panthers) Major Atom Boys - Team Motion (Pelham Panthers) Bantam Boys - Etobicoke BB (Etobicoke Thunder) Major Bantam Boys - Panthers (Pelham Panthers) We hope you enjoyed the experience as much as we enjoyed hosting all 96 teams from 42 different clubs across Ontario (participating clubs listed below). 1 Ancaster Blitz 2 Ancaster Magic 3 Barrie Royals 4 Brampton Warriors 5 Brantford CYO Falcons 6 Brantford Hawks 7 Brantford Rep 8 Burlington Force 9 Canada Elite Basketball 10 Dundas Dynamo 11 East York Eagles 12 Etobicoke Thunder 13 Flamborough Fire 14 Guelph CYO Knights 15 Guelph Pheonix 16 Hamilton Transway 17 Hamilton Wildcats 18 KW Vipers 19 Lakeshore Lynx 20 London 86ers 21 London CYO 22 Midland Mystics 23 Mississauga Monarchs 24 NGBA Warriors 25 Niagara Falls Red Raiders 26 Norfolk Nets 27 North Toronto Huskies 28 Northern Kings 29 Northern Saints Elite 30 NOTL Rangers 31 Orangeville Hawks 32 Orillia Lakers 33 Pelham Panthers 34 Port Colborne Hornets 35 Royal City Wolverines B.C. 36 SCNYB 37 Simcoe Sonics 38 St.Catharines Rebels 39 Valhalla 40 Whitby Wildcats 41 Woodbridge Lions 42 York South Silver Knights
Pelham Panthers 3 on 3 Rules
Article 1 Court and Ball
1.1 The game will be played on a 3 on 3 basketball court with 1 basket. A regular 3 on 3 court playing surface is 15m (sideline to sideline) x 11m (baseline to end line). Half a traditional basketball court may be used (Note: at grassroots levels, 3 on 3 can be played anywhere, court markings shall be adapted to available space).
1.2 The official game ball size will stay consistent to OBA guidelines for age/gender.
Article 2 Teams
2.1 Each team shall consist of 3-4 players (3 players on the court and 1 substitute).
Article 3 Game Officials
3.1 The game officials shall consist of 1 court monitor (referee) and 1 scorekeeper.
3.2 Please respect the court monitors and scorekeepers.
3.3 Coaching is not allowed (no dialogue with court monitors, scorekeepers or players).
Article 4 Beginning of the Game
4.1 Both teams shall warm-up simultaneously prior to the game.
4.2 A coin flip (or rock, paper, scissors) shall determine which team receives the 1st possession.
Article 5 Game Length/Winner of Game
5.1 The playing time shall be as follows: one period of 10 minutes of running time. All games will start on the same clock.
5.2 The winner is determined by whichever team is winning at the end of 10 minutes.
5.3 Ties can occur in round robin play but will be settled by foul shots in play-off and championship rounds (teams shoot alternating foul shots, the winner is decided by whomever is ahead after first two shooters have shot, if it is tied, two more shooters shoot and so on until a winner is decided).
5.4 The break in between games is to be used for teams to get warmed up and ready. Please be at your courts ready to go.
Article 6 Scoring
6.1 Every shot scored inside the arc shall be awarded one (1) point.
6.2 Every shot scored beyond the arc shall be awarded two (2) points.
Article 7 Fouls/Free Throws
7.1 A team is in a penalty situation after it has committed 7 fouls and will then be in bonus – shooting one shot for one point.
7.2 A shooting foul will result in only one free throw. The free throw shall be awarded 1 point for a shot taken inside the arc and 2 points for a shot taken beyond the arc.
7.3 If the basket is scored and a foul has occurred, 1 foul shot will be awarded for 1 additional point.
7.4 All players will lineup and play for the miss. If the foul shot is scored the other team will gain possession.
Article 8 How the Ball is played
8.1 Following each successful field goal or free throw:
-A player from the non-scoring team will resume the game by checking the ball at the top of the arc (the offensive attack can then be started by dribbling, passing or shooting).
8.2 Following each unsuccessful field goal or free throw:
-If the offensive team rebounds the ball, it may continue to attempt to score without returning the ball behind the arc before beginning their attack.
-If the defensive team rebounds or steals the ball, it must return the ball behind the arc by dribbling or passing before beginning their offensive attack.
8.3 Possession of the ball given to either team following any dead ball situation shall start with a check (an exchange of the ball between the defensive and offensive player) behind the arc at the top of the court.
8.4 A player is considered to be (behind the arc) when both feet are outside of the arc.
8.5 In the event of a jump ball situation, the defensive team shall be rewarded the ball.
Article 9 Stalling
9.1 Stalling or failing to play actively (ie. not attempting to score) shall first be a warning and secondly be a violation resulting in a change of possession.
Article 10 Substitutions
10.1 Substitutions can be done by either team during a dead ball situation, prior to the check ball. The substitute can enter the game after teammate steps off the court and establishes a physical contact with him.
Article 11 Time - Outs
11.1 Each team is allowed 1 - 30 second timeout per game and can be called in any dead ball situation. Teams cannot call a timeout in the last 2 minutes of game time.