Indians (Open Men), Agro Squad (Open Women) and Fyli Big Ballers (U18 Boys) won the first edition of 3×3 Municipality of Fyli Streetball, which ended Sunday evening, in the Inoor Square from Ano Liosia.
The tournament started with 74 teams registered in all categories and more than 250 players took part in the competition organized with the support of the Municipality of Fyli, Fitbit, Pepsi and Electroholic.
The winners of Open categories, both men and women, will travel to Belgrade to watch the 2018 Euroleague Final, while the winners of U18 Boys and all the other teams in top 3 places received prizes offered by the tournament’s partners.
More than 1000 people watched the games in both days of the competition. The event was hosted by the TV Star Elena Kremlidou, while on Sunday the Euroleague and Panathinaikos legend Kostas Tsartsaris together with long time basketball journalist Vasilis Skountis were the special guests of the competition. Both underlined in their speech the fast developing of 3×3 basketball, a discipline who was included this year in the Olympic Games schedule and will be featured for the first time in Tokyo 2020.
All the players received points in the FIBA 3×3 World Rankings and they will count both in the individual ranking but also for the Nations Ranking which can offer Greece the chance to qualify for Europe and World Cups in the future years.
The Municipality of Fyli Streetball, the biggest 3×3 basketball event of the autumn, is waiting more than 200 players during the week-end of 30 september and 1 october in the Iroon Square from Ano Liosia. Continue reading Bring your 3×3 game to Ano Liosia and win tickets for Euroleague Final
Together with the TV Star and MC Elena Kremlidou, we are presenting you some of the key elements of the registration process for 3×3 basketball tournaments.
Using the FIBA 3×3 online tools and the information provided by 3x3greece.com you can easily find a tournament, register, create a team, play and have fun.
You can gain points in FIBA 3×3 World Rankings and climb into leader board and you can follow all the time your results online.
Elena explains you step by step how to proceed:
It has been a successful summer for the FIBA 3×3 Fast Track teams with strong results shown in both major U18 competitions. Continue reading FIBA 3×3 Fast Track program paying dividends
3×3 Greece wants to make you familiar with the international rules of this discipline. With the “Rule of the day” column we will take through each important regulation. Today’s rule: Check ball situation. Continue reading Rule of the day: Continuation after defensive rebound
The FIBA 3×3 World Tour Bloomage Beijing Final 2017 will be held in the Bloomage Live Hi-Up shopping mall on October 28-29.
The final was originally planned on October 21-22 but postponed one week by mutual agreement from FIBA and the local organizing committee.
The event will be played in an outdoor part of the Bloomage Live Hi-Up, a new state-of-the-art shopping mall located in the booming Western side of Beijing.
Three teams have already secured their ticket for the event after winning a Masters (Ljubljana (SLO), Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE) and Liman (SRB)).
The top 12 teams in the World Tour standings after the last Masters of the season will travel to Beijing.
3×3 Greece wants to make you familiar with the international rules of this discipline. With the “Rule of the day” column we will take through each important regulation. Today’s rule: Check ball situation.
Continue reading Rule of the day: Check ball
3×3 Greece wants to make you familiar with the international rules of this 3×3 basketball. We start today a daily column called “Rule of the day” and we will take you through each important regulation.
We will start, of course, with the very beginning, which is the coin flip, the way you star any game of 3×3 basketball. Continue reading Rule of the day: Coin flip to start the game