ENDED 26.03.2017 University of Tartu ISA 3×3 Streetball Charity Cup 2017
International Student Ambassadors in cooperation with different partners and sponsors are organizing Streetball (3×3) event for everyone in Tartu, who loves playing basketball and wants to make this world a better place by donating.
Event aim: to raise as much money as possible for kid house MTÜ Vahtramägi lastekodu Mäe, in addition promoting healthy life style in Tartu.
Time: start at 13.30 sharp
Venue: Tartu Ülikooli spordihoone, Ujula 4A, Tartu. Court number: IV
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/113626199168750/
Donations are going to Kid’s house: MTÜ Vahtramägi lastekodu Mäe – kodu (http://vahtraleheke.ee/)
Details of the tournament:
Participants are welcome to make a registration by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In email provide:
– Team’s name
– Participants of your team (name, surname, age)
– Contact person’s information, in case we can contact you before the event (person’s name, email, phone nr.)
Participation fee: 15.00 EUR from a team until March 25, 21:00 (GMT +2:00). After deadline: 20.00 EUR from a team.
Team consist of 3-4 members. No gender limitations. At least 15 years old.
Final registration at the event: 13:00-13:20 o’clock. Games start at 13:30.
Number of participants is limited!
NB! All participation fees and other donations will be given to kids’ house!
During the event we will host a 3-point shooting competition. Participation fee: 3.00 EUR from a person. Winner receives trophy and prizes from sponsors. Shooting competition will take place before FINALS. Everyone can attend this contest with paid participation fee.
Game plan: streetball 3×3 on one basket based on international FIBA rules (see at the end of the page). Game time and other necessary adjustments will be provided at event. Event language: English/Estonian.
Tournament structure: initially teams play group phase. Best two (2) of each group qualifies for 4-finals. Winners of each pair in 4-finals qualify for semi-finals. Winners of each semi-final qualifies for FINAL MATCH, losing teams play BRONZE MATCH. Before finals we will hold 3-point shooting contest. After contest: FINAL and BRONZE matches. Award ceremony. No games for 5th, 6th etc. places in tournament.
Top 3 teams of the tournament are awarded with trophies, medals and prizes from SIS (Science in Sport), Cinamon Kino, BC Tartu Basketball, University of Tartu and other sponsors of the event.
Rules (by FIBA 3×3)
- Each team consists of three (3) players and one (1) substitute (both genders allowed).
- The game is played on a half-court, with one basket.
- A coin toss is held immediately before the game for deciding which team starts the match. The winning team can choose to take possession of the ball at the start of the game, or take the first possession of a potential overtime period.
- In any held ball situation, the defensive team is granted possession.
- Every successful shot inside the arc is awarded one point, while every successful shot behind the arc is awarded two points.
- The game is a single period of 10 minutes with sudden death at 21 points. The winner is the first team to score 21 or the team with the highest score at the end of the 10 minutes. A tie in regulation leads to an untimed overtime period, which is won by the first team to score two points in overtime. Note that if a game is tied at 20 at the end of regulation, reaching 21 does not end the game.
- Game play starts with the defensive team exchanging the ball with the offensive team behind the arc (a.k.a. check-ball). This exchange is also used to restart the game from any dead ball situation. If a foul is committed that results in the non-fouling team retaining possession — i.e., a technical or “unsportsmanlike” foul — the non-fouling team will receive the exchange.
- A team should make their offense within 24 seconds. The officials can point to the team to make a shot as soon as possible.
- If the defense gains possession of the ball within the arc, by a steal, a block or a rebound, the team must move the ball behind the arc before being allowed to take a shot.
- After a made goal or free throw (except for technical or unsportsmanlike fouls), play restarts with a player from the non-scoring team taking the ball directly under the basket and then dribbling or passing it to a point behind the arc. The defense is not allowed to play for the ball inside the block/charge semi-circle under the basket.
- Substitution procedure can occur only in a dead ball situation. Substitute can only enter from behind the end line opposite the basket, and the substitution becomes official once the player leaving the game has made physical contact with the substitute. Unlike the full-court game, no action from referees or table officials is required.
- Each team is allowed one timeout.
- Individual personal foul counts are not kept. In other words, players cannot be disqualified on the basis of personal fouls. However, a player who commits two unsportsmanlike fouls is disqualified!
- Fouls during the act of shooting inside the arc are awarded 1 free throw, whilst fouls during the act of shooting behind the arc are awarded 2 free throws.
- Technical fouls (including unsportsmanlike fouls) result in two free throws plus possession of the ball.
P.S. Small adjustments can be announced by organisers on the day of the tournament (e.g. single game time etc.).