Details


  • Games are refereed by Hoops4Health coaches who will help with team development, proper ball movement, and spacing.
  • Players coach themselves and make their own substitutions. This is a fun way of developing leadership. Hoops4Health 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 record.
  • There are stats and player write-ups updated every week as well as an end of the season All Star Game. League game schedule will be released on 4/6. 
  • Team and individual awards will be given out at the conclusion of the season.
  • See League Rules

League Information


Location
Winnetka Community House
620 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka, IL

Ages

For Boys and Girls Grades K-12 (Divisions divided into K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-12)


Dates/Times
League runs for 7 weeks. 4/10-6/6

*No games 5/8, 5/9, 5/29, 5/30

  • Regular Season is 5 weeks and 10 Games. Playoffs are the final two weeks.
  • Grades K-4 Teams play 2 games either Saturday or Sunday in 1 to 1.5 hr blocks. Games are played between 4-8PM.
  • Grades 5 and up teams play 2 games either Saturday or Sunday in 1 to 1.5 hr blocks. Games are played between 10am-8L30PM. Regular Season is 5 weeks and 10 Games. Playoffs are the final 2 weeks.


Individual (Free Agent) Evaluation Schedule

Groups broken down by age at evaluation

Winnetka Community House 620 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka


3/20

11am-12pm - Boys & Girls Grades K-3

12-1pm - Boys & Girls Grades 4-7

1-2PM - Boy & Girls Grades 8-12


Join us for the most exciting and fastest growing league on the North Shore! The first and original 3 on 3 League in the North Shore and Chicagoland. Be ready for some great games. Our 3 on 3 league consists of divisions for boys and girls of all grade levels. Teams will be competing for a run to the championship with big awards to be won. The league will be played in a fun atmosphere where basketball fundamentals will be key to each teams growth throughout the league. 3 on 3 basketball, which recently became an Olympic sport, has been shown to rapidly increase player development through more touches and ball movement. On clinic days we will instruct on the fundamentals including 3 out motion which involves proper spacing, cutting, and ball movement plus screen and roll situations. This will help teams excel on the court and grow as players. Our goal is to increase individual and team skills as well as the players basketball IQ. FLIER


*There are no scheduling conflicts for Players looking to play in both our 3 on 3 League and Spring Travel.


WAYS TO SIGN UP


Team & Individual Sign-ups - Make your own team or sign up as an individual (Free Agent). Minimum 4 and maximum 6 players per team. 

Team Signup
If registering as a team each team player must sign up individually. At sign up the names of the players on the team must be put in. Minimum of 4 and Max 6 players per team.

Individual (Free Agent) Signup
​Individual signups will be evaluated at the Evaluation Night and formed as a team with other free agents.


FEE


*Deadline to register is 3/19

Fee per player: $235 includes Reversible Jersey
10% family member discount for 2 family members or more. Inquire within for coupon code. ​

3 on 3 Spring League

  • Waiver form at the link above must be filled out prior to participation. Needs to be filled out only one time for the current year. Fill out a new waiver if any information has changed.

League Covid-19 Protocol

  • Each participant will be given a quick screening. A contact free temperature check and question about any “feeling sick” symptoms of the last 24 hours. Player must be symptom free and have a temperature under 100.4 to participate.
  • If entering the Winnetka Community House participants and parents must be remain social distanced and masks must be worn.
  • Masks are optional for players outside Players on the bench will be social distanced. 
  • Program will be ran outdoors. Program will be moved indoors due to inclement weather. If moved indoors masks are mandatory for players. 
  • Spectators are not allowed due to state rules. State rule limits gathering to under 50 people. 
  • There will be extra time in between games to limit contact between parents/players coming and going.
  • Parents/Players must make sure their hands have been disinfected prior and after participation.
  • Players should bring the following with them: mask, bag that has their sports drink/water. Sports Drink/Water bottle should never be shared. 
  • Players should not bring a basketball. Each team will be given a basketball to warm up with.
  • Game and warm-up basketballs will be disinfected after each game.
  • At the conclusion of each game there wont be the traditional "hand shake" line to limit contact. Teams will gather in a circle to say "good game" with some final comments from the ref regarding the game.