Rookiez 3v3 Tournament 

Tournament time baby!

Introduce your littles to Spokane’s favorite sport 3v3 basketball! 

Teams of up to 4 will play in a double elimination bracket where fun and learning the game will be the primary focus. 

ITZ will provide the ref/coach that will do subbing every 3 minutes.  No coaches will be required.  All participants get a shirt and a fun introduction to 3v3!

March 30th-31st

K – 3rd Grade | 2:30pm-8:00pm

Price: $100 per Team
*Entry deadline 3/20

ITZ Inaugural – 3v3 Tournament

ITZ IS EXCITED to announce our first 3v3 tournament!

*Entry deadline 3/24

April 6th – 8th _ 8:00am-9:00pm

(*we will try to work with scheduling conflicts if discussed one week in advance*)

4th– 12th Grade | $100 per team ($25 Free Agent)

9th – 12th Grade Elite | $180 per team ($45 Free Agent)

*Free Agents: Don’t have a team? Let us know and we will do our best to find a team for you.

  • Max 4 players per team
  • Refs provided for 4th– 5th Grade (6th – 12th Grades call their own fouls)
  • 3 Game Guarantee
  • All participants get shirts
  • There is a 3-game guarantee in this double elimination tournament. This will be a fun event for all including prizes not only for our bracket champions but for most creative team name/uniform (please keep it G-rated). Spokane loves their 3v3 and why not get started early before the “big dance” in June?

Let’s go, it’s tournament time baby!


3 v 3 Leagues

Join us for the most exciting and fastest growing league in the PNW!

The first and only 3v3 league in Spokane Valley and Northern Idaho!!

Be ready for some great games! Our 3v3 league consists of divisions for boys and girls of all grade levels. Teams will be competing for a run to the title of champions. The league will be played in a fun atmosphere where basketball fundamentals will be key to each team’s growth through the league.

3v3 basketball, which is now an Olympic sport, rapidly increases player development through more touches and ball movement. Our goal is to increase the individual and team skills as well as the player’s basketball IQ.


Age Divisions:

  • We will have two divisions, Boys Division & Girls Division.
  • Each division will be divided into the following grade levels.
    – K/1 st Grade
    – 2 nd/3 rd Grade
    – 4 th/5 th Grade
    – 6 th/7 th Grade
    – 8 th/9 th Grade
    – 10 th – 12 th Grade
  • Players can play up, but not down a level.
  • Cost:
    Registration fee is $185
    – Fee includes reversible jersey
    – Jerseys can be used in future leagues
  • Returning player fee is $170 (already has a jersey)
  • 10% Sibling discount.
    – Inquire for coupon code
  • Waiver form must be filled out prior to participation. Needs to be filled out once a year for current year.

Dates & Times:

April 15 th – June 3rd
Saturdays 9am – 9pm (younger players will play earlier) *we will try to work with scheduling conflicts if discussed two weeks in advance

  • April 15th will be a clinic to review the game, spacing, and rules. There will only be one game this day.
  • May 6th we will hold a mid-season clinic going over spacing on ball screens, defense, and any points trainers see needing improvement. There will only be one game this day.
  • The week of April 29 th the games will be held on Wednesday April 26 th and Thursday April 27 th between 3:30pm-8:30pm.
  • We will NOT have any games on Saturday May 27 th (Memorial Weekend)
  • League will run for a total of 7 weeks.
  • Players will have 2 games per day, within 90 minutes.
  • 14 game guarantee, with last week playoffs and championship game

All teams will play in a league tournament the week of June 3rd (Tournament days and times depending on amount of participants). Can be Thursday 3:30-8pm, Friday 3:30-8pm, and Saturday 9am-8pm championship day. Championship weekend will have awards prizes and a fun party-like atmosphere for all to enjoy.

registration deadline is April 1!!

  • League Details:
  • Games are refereed by ITZ coaches who will help with team development, proper ball movement, and spacing.
    (Week 1 are scrimmage games/practice which help the players understand the rules and improve game play.) For 5th grade and up advanced offensive plays and strategies will be taught
  • Players coach themselves and make their own substitutions. This is a fun way of developing leadership. ITZ
    Referee/Coaches will help with this when needed as well as give teams instruction.
  • All teams make the playoffs. Playoffs are bracket play and teams will be seeded out by their regular season
  • Team and individual awards will be given out at the conclusion of the season.
  • Substitutions will be made at every 4-minute mark giving all players equal court time
  • CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND – food, special prizes for individuals, teams with most improvement, best attitude,
    shooting competitions, and more!
  • Teams can have up to 5 player

registration deadline is April 1!