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AI Street Ball - Outdoor 4v4 Basketball League


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: June 22, 2021
  • Runs:  7 Weeks on Tuesdays or Wednesdays
  • Game Times: 6:30, 7:15 or 8:00 PM weekly
  • Teams: consist of 7-9 players
  • Location: Outdoor Courts - Athlete Institute (207321 Highway 9, Mono, ON)
  • 6 Divisions:
    • WEDNESDAYS - U10 Open, U13 Girls, U16 Girls
    • TUESDAYS - U12 Open, U14 Open, U18 Open



  • 4v4 Street Ball League will operate in Orange, Yellow and Green Zones
  • If the Region of Wellington, Dufferin, and Guelph moves to Red or Grey Zone, games will be postponed until we move back to Orange, Yellow or Green
  • 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.
  • Athlete's must check-in at registration for screening and temperature check
  • Athlete must use hand sanitizer at check-in
  • Bathrooms or change rooms will only be utilized in emergency and first aid situations. Please use bathroom prior to attending your session.
  • Spectators are permitted outdoors - please maintain physical distancing at all times on Athlete Institute property 


FIBA Rules and Regulations with the following modifications.

COVID Rules to Minimize Contact:

  • No jump ball - rock/paper scissors will determine the team that starts with possession
  • No full-court defense, players must retreat to their side on change of possession
  • No blatant double-teaming - help defense is permitted inside the key
  • Players who are fouled and awarded a free throw will shoot with a cleared lane, remaining players will be outside the three-point line. Make or miss, the ball will be deemed dead and there will be a change of possession and a throw-in will occur on the endline.


  • 20:00 minute halves, running time
  • 3 minute half time


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


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


  • 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


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


  • 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 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


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