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Bring It Basketball Competition

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May 18th, 2013

Mirabelli Community Center
2600 Hargrove Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89107

(US 95 & Jones)

http://bringit-lv.com

Bring It basketball competition is an event that is comprised of three individual basketball competitions, 3on3, King of the Court and the Hot Shot Shootout. These same games that we played growing up can now be played competitively for cash prizes. The cash prizes are dependent upon participation and therefore cannot be determined until the event registration has ended. Our desire is to offer those who love to play basketball an alternative competitive basketball outlet in an atmosphere of fun, excitement and competition.

The 3on3 and King of the Court competition will offer 5 divisions, Adult Male 19 & up (Competitive), Adult Male 19 &19 up (Weekend Ballers), Adult Female 19 & up (all Ballers), Youth Male 14 to 18 (all Ballers) and Youth Female 14 to 18. The Hot Shot Shootout will have only 2 divisions, adult and youth.

Our staff will be responsible for separating teams and players into divisions. The information provided during registration is used to determine the appropriate division placement. If a team or player are misrepresented during registration and a players skill level is higher than what was stated during registration then the team or player maybe subject to disqualification.

The Bring It event will be held monthly at different facilities around the city. Each event based on our current divisions will produce 10 to 12 individual contest winners. Each winner is automatically invited to participate free of charge in the yearend annual Champion’s Showdown. The monthly event winners can continue to participate and defend their title and possibly win more cash at each competition.

The competitions are open to everyone at all skill levels. We encourage all participants to respect all players and to always display good sportsmanship.

SPORTSMANSHIP
All participants are expected to be on their best conduct. Any disputes should be handled by the captain or Team manager. Poor sportsmanship could result in penalties against the team. If any member of a team takes part in any of the following activities could result in their removal from the even.
• Fighting
• Physical attacks
• Verbal attacks
• Excessive use of profanity
• Taunting
• Intimidation

Poor sportsmanship will not be tolerated, offenders could be asked to withdraw their participation.

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Mekka - Hypnotix Krew
2013-05-31, 08:15
Thank you! It was a great pleasure! Can't wait to work with you all again very soon. (Fitness is Fun Test Project @ Doris French ES)