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AI Street Ball - Outdoor 4v4 Basketball League

COVID PROTOCOLS

  • If the athlete is feeling any symptoms (fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath) they are not permitted to attend the session.
  • Athletes and spectators are required to stay a minimum of 6ft (2m) apart at all times, except for during game play.
  • No contact between athletes - no hive fives, fist bumps, etc.
  • Spectators are permitted outdoors - please maintain physical distancing at all times on Athlete Institute property and please depart as soon as your game has concluded

2021 PROGRAM INFO (UPDATED JUNE 22, 2021)

AI Street Ball is an outdoor 4v4 basketball league for girls and boys ages 8-18. Results and standings are recorded online. Season concludes with playoffs and championship game.

Sign up with a full team or as an individual.

  • Start Date: Thur, July 8th
  • Runs:  7 Weeks on a new night - THURSDAY EVENINGS
  • Game Times: 6:15, 7:00, 7:45, 8:30 PM weekly
  • Teams: consist of 7-9 players
  • Location: Outdoor Courts - Athlete Institute (207321 Highway 9, Mono, ON)
  • Divisions: U10, U12, U14, U18

Contact: mark.peterson@athleteinstitute.ca
519-940-3735


AI STREET BALL RULES/REGULATIONS

FIBA Rules and Regulations with the following modifications.

Time

  • 18:00 minute halves, running time
  • 2 minute half time
  • Clock will stop in final 1 minute only

Volunteers

  • All courts will be monitored by a volunteer referee, with one scorekeeper volunteer.
  • Please mail mark.peterson@athleteinstitute.ca if you are interested in volunteering to referee and/or score keep

Weather

  • In case of rain or thunderstorm, game cancellations will be posted online and emailed out to all parents.

Substitutions

  • Substitutions will occur every 5 minutes, the scorekeeper will notify the referee/court monitor

Game Flow

  • In the backcourt, the ball does not have to be touched by an official - the ball must be taken out of bounds and inbounded from the sideline

Rosters

  • Players must be on a roster and registered with the league to play

Scoring

  • Baskets made inside the '3-point line' will be recorded as 1 point
  • Baskets made outside the '3-point line' will be recorded as 2 points

Shooting Fouls

  • A shooting foul on a 1-pt field goal MISS will be rewarded with 1 free throw worth 1 point
  • A shooting foul on a 1-pt field goal MAKE will be rewarded with 1 point plus 1 free throw worth 1 point
  • A shooting foul on a 2-pt field goal MISS will be rewarded with 1 free throw worth 2 points
  • A shooting foul on a 2-pt field goal MAKE will be rewarded with 2 points plus 1 free throw worth 1 point

Fouls

  • Fouls will not be recorded

Technical/Unsportsmanlike Fouls

  • Technical fouls are non-contact fouls and result in 1 free throw worth 1 point
  • Unsportsmanlike fouls are contact fouls and result in 1 free throw worth 2 points
  • Two technical fouls = player ejection
  • Two unsportsmanlike fouls = player ejection
  • One technical foul and 1 unsportsmanlike foul = player ejection
  • Two ejections = 1 game suspension

Time Outs

  • 1 timeout per game, per team

Overtime

  • If the score is tied at the end of regulation, there will be a 2:00 minute overtime