Although #Hoopfest2017 has come and gone, the energy from our tournament weekend is still buzzing in Basketball City, USA (think: another successful ALUMNI GAME, new elite champions, a Toyota Shootoff winner, a Slam Dunk champ and a visit from NBA Champion and Finals MVP, Kevin Durant). Most people think that 3on3 is gone until Hoopfest returns, but Las Vegas 3on3
With a few site changes happening due to construction in Riverfront Park and throughout the Hoopfest site, Nike Center Court was relocated to the Bennett Block parking lot between Main and Spokane Falls. The relocation meant that our Elite Divisions battled against each other right downtown and that a favorite Hoopfest element made its way to the streets: The Slam Dunk
Partnering with Spokane Hoopfest since 1995, Toyota has continued to bring an activation to our tournament weekend that is not only exciting, but rewarding. The Toyota Shootoff gives Hoopfesters a chance to channel their inner Kevin Durant and make a shot from a pretty substantial distance. Making the final shot at Toyota Shootoff doesn’t just get you a round of
In addition to Hoopfest being the world’s largest 3on3 basketball tournament, it is also a family-friendly, community-driven event. Don’t let that fool you. Competitive games were happening all across the #Hoopfest2017 site, especially on Nike Center Court. Nike Center Court is home to Hoopfest’s Elite Divisions presented by JBL/Huppin’s. With a high level of playing experience, the hoop action on
Video created and provided by Nike Basketball With its humble, non-sponsored beginnings in our inaugural tournament in 1990, Nike Center Court has become an energetic hub during Hoopfest Weekend. Each year, elite teams step onto the sport court ready to compete, vertically-gifted athletes rise to the rim to display their slam dunks and crowds gather to take it all in.