#Vegas3on3 - What to know before you go!

As the 2018 #Vegas3on3 tournament quickly approaches, you may be packing your bags, dusting off your lucky sneakers or practicing some free throws. At Spokane Hoops Association, we are looking forward to heading down to Nevada for a fun-filled weekend of basketball. There are a few important pieces of information to know before you begin your journey to Las Vegas.

Spokane Hoops welcomes a new team member

Over the past few months Spokane Hoops Association has been operating one team member short, but we are excited to announce we’ve added a new player to our roster. Standing at 5’3″ from Phoenix, Arizona with a better chance of beating you in a dance off than boxing you out, put your hands together for Morrrrrrgan Marum! Morgan has joined

Missing 3on3? Head to Las Vegas at the end of this month!

It might seem like you have an eternity to go before Hoopfest 2019 arrives (261 days, just so you know) and 3on3 reappears in your life… Thankfully, we have good news! MGM Resorts International and Spokane Hoops have teamed up to bring 3on3 back to The Strip on October 27-28th, 2018. Before you head down to the desert, you gotta register your team

Formerly Spokane AAU, the 2018 Spokane Hoops EBL season is almost here

Spokane Hoops Elite Basketball League (EBL) is here to provide the best in youth basketball. Started in 2002, this program of the Spokane Hoops Association operates as a competitive youth 5on5 basketball league and also produces tournaments for girls and boys in grades four through eight. “For the past 30 years, Spokane AAU has fostered the love of the game to tens of

Spokane Hoops traveling teams, Eastern Washington Elite, had a winning 2018 season

Dedicated athletes are aware that getting to the next level requires a certain level of commitment. Typically, – for basketball players – this means you spend the warmer months in a gym, trying to beat some of the best in the country, rather than relaxing by the lake. Spokane Hoops’ Eastern Washington Elite (EWE) teams have rosters full of young