JR. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Pro-Am, Men Recreation, Adult Women, Youth & Job Corps
will play NCAA rules.
Youth, & Job Corps Divisions:
will play NFHS rules.
Men Recreation Division:will play NFHS rules with only 1 modification.
Free Throws: Players will be allowed to leave their respective lane spaces after the release of the shot.
Conduct - Absolutely NO profanity allowed!. No
hanging on rims. Note: Any fighting on the
court, on City of Shreveport/Tournament property or City
of Shreveport property shall result in ejection for the
remainder of the tournament and prosecution to the
Fouls - Each player will allowed
Game Time - Eighteen (18)
minute halves ***. Running time*** Clock will stop
on time outs, last two minutes of second half, and at
referees; discretion (injury, making corrections at
score table, etc..) Twenty (20) minute
halves for Adult games.
Uniforms - Every team must
have like color jerseys with number. Each team
must bring both dark & light color jerseys with numbers.
Team Roster - Team rosters
must be turned in to gym supervisor/official scorers
table 15 minutes prior to game time. If you are a
coach and serving as a player/coach, you must be listed
on official team roster to enter game as player.
Grace Period - There shall
be no grace period on the start of games. Teams
are responsible for being at the gym site and ready to
play according to tournament brackets. Otherwise,
game time is forfeit time.
Multiple Teams - Players can only play with one (1)
team. Any player confirmed to have played with two
teams; player and unofficial team played with will be
disqualified from the tournament. It will be up to the
opposing team to protest an alleged illegal player and
prove their case to the tournament director.
Balls - Gym
supervisors will furnish game basketball. Team
must furnish practice ball(s).
Time Outs -
(1) Full time out and (1) 20 second time out each half.
Time outs will not carry over. Same applies
First overtime will be 3 minutes running clock.
Clock will stop for time outs during the last minute and
at referee's discretion. Additional overtimes will
be 2 minutes with the same rules.
- Double elimination tournament with single CHAMPIONSHIP
Team protests shall be made within one hours after
completion of game. Protest shall be made to the
respective gym supervisor or tournament director.
Note: Official judgment calls will not
be accepted as grounds for protest. All final
decisions will be made by the Tournament Director.
- No changes! NCAA administration of technical
fouls will apply to Pro-Am Division, NFHS administration
of technical fouls will apply to all other Divisions.
- Coaches Meeting - Each team shall
have a representative at the mandatory coaches meeting
prior to the tournament. Read participation letter
for time and location.
What is the
difference between Men Pro-Am Division and Men Recreation
Pro-Am Division -
Teams with former college and former elite high school
players on a respective roster/team. Pro-Am Division
teams will play NCAA rules and will be allowed to play a
more "physical" style of play than the Men Recreation
Division. ALL Pro-Am games will be officiated by
approved college officials (NCAA, Division I, II, III or Jr.
College). This will ensure all teams will receive
high level play.
Division - Teams will play standard High School
Federation rules, with only 1 modification. Free
Throws: Players will be allowed to leave their
respective lane spaces after the release of the shot.
All games will be called by certified high school officials.