Is Your State Ready To Represent?
August 10 – 11, 2019
LAKEPOINT SPORTS CHAMPIONS COMPLEX
Admission $20 Adults/$5 Students (6-17)
Sunday $20 Adults/$5 Students (6-17)
No Weekend Passes available. No GHSA/GISA passes
Streaming of Games
SELECTED PLAYER REGISTRATION LINK (DO NOT REGISTER UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO REPRESENT YOUR STATE)
Pro Day Elite (Combine Testing Results)
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States Committed to Participate:
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington and more to come!
Click your state below for more information:
Lodging: U.S Basketball Games has reserved and negotiated special rates for all U.S. Basketball Games teams and their fans. All teams and parents are required to book lodging through the U.S. Basketball Game official lodging provider Halftime Sports Travel and stay in a U.S. Basketball Games – approved hotel/lodging facility for the duration of the event. A list of all approved lodging options is available to all teams at www.halftimesportstravel.com.
If a team does not book lodging through Halftime Sports Travel or stay in the U.S. Basketball Games – approved hotel/lodging facility, they will forfeit their right to play in the U.S. Basketball Games National Event.
Hotels/Lodging Facilities may require a security deposit from your team.
COACH KRIS DUNN
ALABAMA 8TH GRADE
“Halftime Sports and Kim Coleman are simply the Best! From the end of season, national-level U.S. Basketball Games to regular season AAU-style, no one does it better in competitive youth basketball related to organization, communication, and quality. The secret is Kim’s team – you won’t find a higher caliber group anywhere in the youth basketball circuit. I’m always looking at my schedule trying to figure out how to get to more of Kim’s/Halftime Sports events.”
FORMER NBA PLAYER, CURRENT NBA TV ANALYST DENNIS SCOTT
“They did a heck of a job putting on the (U.S. Basketball Games) tournament this year. It’s hard to coordinate 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th graders and make sure it’s all organized and the guys are playing the game the right way. That’s the biggest thing for me. This tournament has been a lot of fun because it seems like all the coaches and Halftime Sports are doing the best thing for the kids. I think the great thing about it is Kim Coleman and his organization are willing to put this kind of tournament on to give the kids this opportunity.”