Game Rules

Rules & Expectations for players

- No Drugs or Alcohol
- No Violent Behaviour
- No Abusive Language
- Complete respect To Staff and Officials, Regardless of Their Actions
- Sin Bin Rule Applies (5 mins)
- Good Sportsmanship is to be Expected
- Once Your Game Has Finished, Clear the Bench for The Next Team
- Respect the Park and Clean Up After Yourself

Any player found under the influence or breaching the code of conduct will lead to the team disqualification.

Players who do not sign the team roster before the tournament introduction (8:00-8:40AM) will not play in the first game. Players must play a minimum of two games in the pool round to qualify for finals.

Game Rules

Games will be two 8-minute halves, with 24 seconds shot clock. Clock doesn't stop. Clock will stop in the last minute of regulation in the pool games and in the last two minutes of finals.
Shots taken inside the 3-point line will be worth 1 point, and any shot taken behind the 3-point arc will be worth 2. If there is a foul on the shot inside the 3-point line, the player will have one free-throw shot. If there is a foul on the shot outside the 3-point line, the player will have two free-throw shots.
The And1 rule. If you are fouled during a shot and make the basket, there is no And1. Your team will receive the ball back for another possession.
Whoever wins at the end of regulation gains 3 points. Losing team will only receive 1 point. If teams are tied at the end of the round, it will go down to percentage.
If the games are a draw at the end of regulation, 2 minutes of overtime will be played.
Players must be registered prior to the start of the tournament.
Referees will be there on the day so please respect what they say.
All game rules, which are not declared above are determined in FIBA Rules of the game.