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November 3 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm$35
HEY SQUEAK, WE’RE AT IT AGAIN! That’s right ladies and gentlemen, BASEketball is back for round 4! Join KC Crew at Chicken N Pickle for the 4th installment of this illustrious tournament of champions.
Grab 3 friends, get your uniforms ready and gather all of your best psyche-out props for a chance to hoist the Denslow Cup.
How it works:
- Assemble your team of 4 players.
- Sign up (Limited spots available)
- Check-in begins at 11 am.
- Pool Play beings at 12 pm.
- Each team is guaranteed 3 games.
- Top teams make the tournament.
- Costumes are encouraged!
- Props are encouraged!
- (Note: NO physical contact may be made with any other player.)
Prizes will be awarded for the following:
- 1st Place
- Best Costume
- Best Prop
- Check out the rules here: https://kc-crew.com/rules/BASEketballRules.pdf
- What happens if our team uses all the shooting squares in one inning?
- Your team’s half inning will be over if all the shooting squares are covered.
- Are we allowed to touch the shooter during our psyche-out attempt?
- No, any physical contact with the shooter from either the opponent or the prop will result in a made basket.
- How many psyche-out attempts does our team get per inning?
- The team on defense is allowed unlimited psyche-out attempts per inning. However, during the psyche-out attempts, the defender must remain on the shooting square in front of the offensive player’s square. Any psyche-out attempts that carry the defender off the defensive square will count as a made basket.
- What’s the defensive line and what does it do?
- The defensive line is the line that the defenders can NOT cross until the ball has touched the rim. Once the ball has touched the rim, the basket defender is allowed to try and tip the ball in for a double play. The basket defender is given ONE chance to successfully complete the double play. The psyche-out defender is NOT allowed to play inside the defensive zone at any time or the violation will result in a made basket.
- What’s an Offensive Conversion?
- This is when the basket defender misses a double play opportunity and the shooter tips the ball into the basket while the ball is still in the air. When this happens, the shooter is awarded his/her original shot with no penalty.