International 3x3 Event

There’s A Better Way Foundation and Waitakere West Auckland Basketball will host the first international 3X3 tournament on Sunday, February 17.

Entries close Monday, February 10, in U12, U14, U16, U18, U20 and elite men and women grades.

It’s part of the Basketball New Zealand 3X3 programme and offers a great opportunity to play against the top NZ 3X3 teams, plus the FIBA-backed Team 914 from New York.

Limited spaces are available, so get in quick.

Prize money is available for slam dunk competition, three-point shootout and elite grade winners.

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