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NUS 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL CHALLENGE 2012
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Regarding the Competition:
NUS 3on3 Basketball Challenge is an annual competition organized by NUS
Basketball Club, a Member Club of NUS Students’ Sports Club. This competition is
open to the NUS community including students and staff. Please register in teams of
3-6. The competition is scheduled on 20th Oct, 2012, 9am to 3pm, at NUS SRC
Basketball Court. (Details schedules will be announced at a later date)
SGD$200 cash prize will be awarded to the champion team. Trophies will be
presented to the top two teams. Participation fee is $24 per team ($20 for members).
Goodie bags and drinks will be given.
NUS Basketball Club reserves the right to make changes to the rules and schedules
of the competition as appropriate.
Please visit our website for registration / past event photos / other club events at:
Please direct any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rules for the Competition:
The following rules for NUS 3on3 Basketball Challenge 2012 are modified based on FIBA
3x3 rules. Regular basketball rules apply to all situations not specifically addressed in this
Each participating team should consist of 3-6 players, of whom three are on the court
at any given time.
Substitutions are allowed when there is a deadball situation, beckoned by the court
The game is played on half of a regular basketball court, with one basket. Baskets
scored outside the 3 point arc are counted as 3 points.
Immediately before the game, a player from one team attempts a three-point shot. If
made, the shooter's team will have first possession. The other team will have the
possession of the ball at the start of second half.
Games will be controlled by an official referee only, plus a scorer and a timer. This
referee officiates mostly from the base line. Referee decisions are final.
The game is divided into two periods of 10 minutes each; with 2 minutes break in
between. There is no stopping of game clock for deadball situations except for the last
minute of the game. The team with the highest score wins, as in regular basketball. No
timeouts are allowed at any time. (The officials may still stop the game in case of player
injury or other dangerous situation, as in the standard FIBA rules.)
The ball will change possession after all made baskets,
The ball must be ‘checked’ at midpoint line after either team scores a basket. The
player on the offensive team must pass the ball to a teammate after ‘checking’ before a
shot can be taken.
If the defense gains possession of the ball within the two-point area, either by a steal
or rebound, the team must first move the ball behind the three-point arc before being
allowed to take a shot.
Shooting fouls results in free throws. All incidents of a technical foul, intentional foul or
flagrant foul being called will result in two deadball foul shots awarded to the opposing
team. The opposing team will also retain possession of the ball at midcourt regardless if
the foul shots were made. Flagrant fouls come with and automatic ejection. At the
discretion of the Game Official, the entire team may be disqualified for serious
Total number of team fouls in each half will be counted. Any additional fouls
committed after the 4th fourth team foul in each half results in two free throws by the
opposition team, regardless of whether or not the foul made is a shooting foul.
For Drawn Games after regulation time:
Stage 1: Three players from each team will compete in a shootout from the free throw
line. One shot each, alternate shots.
Stage 2: If stage 1 results in a draw – the first to then miss on equal alternate shots shall
lose. In this stage both teams will receive equal alternate shots.
In the event of a draw in a Grand Final, a 3 minute extra time period will be played.
TEAM CAPTAIN’S Responsibilities:
Please ensure teammates are up-to-date on all rules and schedules.
Act as the sole voice for your team and keep control of all players.
Last but not least, NUS Basketball Club wishes the best of luck to all participants and
hopes that everyone will enjoy the game of basketball!
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