The A.i.P. (Anything Is Possible) Youth Basketball League is the first competitive 3 on 3 basketball league developed to give players a chance to learn the game and showcase their skills against other top talent. Our youth league attracts players from all over the country. This league was specifically designed to give players a chance to get more repetition offensively and defensively. Our 3 on 3 format will help players increase their bball iQ, as they have to react to game situations much faster than in a 5 on 5 game.
3 letters, 3 players, A.i.P.! In every game played, each athlete has gained something valuable. They have gained a better understanding of the game and the formula of working as a team to achieve a common goal. There is a message in winning and losing. We believe the message will take you further than the moves! Our league is built on the 3 simple letters, A.i.P., in efforts to help players realize Anything Is Possible when trying to achieve your goals on and off the basketball court. Our goal is to promote exciting game play while helping athletes display a positive attitude through good sportsmanship. Our 3 on 3 concept is personable and makes every player feel a part of the team.
Players must gather with their team for a 3 minute pre game warm up. Games will start on time. Players must select a captain for the coin toss. Games will be tracked by a scoreboard and will have one referee to officiate play. The scoreboard and game clock will be visible so there is no confusion of the score or time. No player or spectator must interfere with the score keeper. Players must stop play upon hearing a whistle. All shooting fouls will result in one free throw. Technical fouls will result in one free throw.
Our league is built on integrity and respect which is what our referees will emphasize. We developed a 3 on 3 concept to allow players the proper way to learn the game. In a 3 on 3 setting, every player on the floor is forced to be a factor in play. Each player will get more touches, learn how to move the ball, get open, set screens, and develop a feel for the game that will translate into effective 5 on 5 season play. 3 on 3 teaches the core fundamentals and will help athletes develop better habits on the floor. Sometimes in 5 on 5 full court settings, players get left behind, hindering them from ever learning to play the game the right way.