$140 per 3-on-3 team
(Includes Hot Shot and Free Throw for team participants)
Free Throw and Hot Shot are $9 per person per event
Teams must be all of one gender.
There are no residency requirements for team members
unless the team intends to qualify for National
Senior Games competition. National rules limit
teams to a maximum of one out-of-state player,
except that teams in the 70+ and 75+ age divisions
may have three out-of-state players on their
Team rosters shall be limited to 10 persons.
Athletes may compete with only one team per sport.
Age division of team is determined by the age of the youngest player.
Rosters must be submitted by July 22, 2013.
Free Throw and Hot Shot
Must be completed between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Modified NCAA/NSGA rules will govern play.
If numbers are conducive, teams will be divided into pools within their age divisions.
Within each pool, a single round robin will be played. At the end of the round robin,
winners will advance to a single elimination tournament in their age group.
The sport commissioner reserves the right to alter the format based on the number of teams.
Each team is guaranteed a minimum of three games.
Officials do not put the ball in play except at the start of each half.
Three-point shots are allowed.
Two timeouts are permitted per team per half.
A player is disqualified on his/her sixth foul. Technical fouls will be
assessed according to NCAA rules.
Each contestant will shoot 25 free throws and will earn 1 point for each basket made.
At the start of each competition, participants are allowed 2 practice shots.
If one of those shots is made, the participant has the option of starting with that shot.
Each contestant will be allowed two, 1-minute rounds to make as many
baskets as possible from any of the 5 designated spots.
Competition will start under the basket in a lay-up position.
Each basket is worth 1 to 5 points, depending on the position from
which it was taken.
The five positions are:
top of the key (5 points)
free throw line (4 points)
12-ft shot off key on left (3 points)
7-ft shot up the key on right (2 points)
lay-up (1 point)
Consecutive shots are allowed from any position except the lay-up
A 15-point bonus will be awarded if a shooter attempts a shot from
each one of the designated spots during a round. This
bonus is awarded only once per 1-minute round.
The best single-round score will determine the final score.