The Jr. NBA, the league’s official youth basketball participation program has partnered with select multi-court facilities to host 3v3 leagues for thousands of youth across multiple markets.
The Jr. NBA shares in the philosophy that 3v3 play can serve as a motivational and educational approach to teaching the game of basketball. The Jr. NBA 3v3 leagues’ objective is to impact youth players’ long-term development by delivering fun on court experiences that creates additional opportunities for boys and girls 10-13 to engage in play, foster skill development, and cultivate friendships.
League play begins in January 2019 with the National Championships being held in Dallas/Irving on Saturday April 13th. The regular season will be 4-6 weeks in length, minimum of 10 games guaranteed. There will be a boys and girls division for the ages of 10U-13U.
96 teams will qualify for the National Championships, 12 leagues with 8 winners.
If you are interested in learning more or participating in these tournaments visit jrnba3v3.com.
The Jr. NBA 3v3 leagues presented by @UAbasketball are launching in 12 cities across the country in January 2019 for boys & girls aged 10-13. Division winners from each city will compete in a national championship in Dallas!
— Jr. NBA (@jrnba) October 25, 2018
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