Co-ed teams must have at least one
player of the opposite sex on the court at all times. Any team
containing both male and female players must sign up as a co-ed team.
- Our goal is to bracket teams as
fairly as possible, based on the player information submitted on the
Age - Takiní
it to the Streets will bracket school-aged teams based on player grades, not
ages, in the coming
school year. Youth brackets will be established for grades 2nd through
8th. High School brackets will be grades 9-10 and 11-12. For post high
school-aged teams in the Recreational division, the following ranges will
be used as a basis to bracket teams: 18-25, 26-35, 36-54, and 55+.
especially that of the tallest player on each team, is important in
determining team brackets. Unfortunately, many players choose to misrepresent
their height on their entry forms. These players need to understand that
if their actual height differs from what they indicated on their entry
forms, they may be immediately disqualified from the tournament.
- Tell us about your experience as a
player, as well as if you've ever played at such levels as high school
varsity or college ball.
will choose one of two competition
levels that best describes your team's style of play:
- For those players whose primary goal is to have
fun. You enjoy basketball, but realize it's just a game.
Most Takin’ it to the Streets participants will play in this
Menís and Womenís Elite
you are really ready to take it to the
street, then you need to register for the Elite Division. Some
of the best 3 on 3 menís teams from around the Northwest will compete
for this illustrious crown. Last years bracket featured several current
and former college players and several high school standouts from all
over. If you want competition, this is the place to get it, but you
better lace Ďem up tight.
Champion T-shirts are for kids! This yearís Elite Champions
will take home some quality tournament gear if they come out on top.