2017 Jane & Finch Classic

DATES: AUG 9TH, 10TH, 11TH, 12TH, AND – 13TH

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HISTORY & TOURNAMENT SUMMARY

Historically, this tournament dates back to 1978, held in the Toronto area at Westview C.S. and Humber College during that vibrant 80’s, and later solely at Westview C.S. in the 90’s. In the new millennium, the Jane and Finch tournament changed venues from local schools in the community to York University and was clearly the best tournament in the city. Some of the most influential and talented athletes in North America participate in this highly prestigious event – The “Finch” tournament included talented young athletics such as Chris Webber, Robert ‘Tractor’ Traylor, Glen ‘Big Dog’ Roberson, Phil Dixon, Tony NcNeil, Wayne Dawkins, Jamaal Magloire, Vidal Massiah, Mike George, Jerome Robinson, Mike Schmidth, Steve Morrison, Denham Brown; and later Tyler Ennis, Cory Joseph, Anthony Bennett, Junior Cadougan, Andrew Wiggins, Jamal Murray, Dillon Brooks and so many other pro athletes and future professional basketball players. Basketball fans and players alike look forward to this event held in the  Hoopdome Facility and Great Basil’s the Great College School in Toronto.  The 39th Jane and Finch – “Increase the Peace” Basketball Classic will surely be an event you do not want to miss during the summer.

WHAT IS THE JANE AND FINCH CLASSIC?

1) Canada’s Number #1 Non-Sanctioned Basketball Tournament and the longest summer basketball event in Toronto.

2) The gathering of the most skillful players and best teams in Toronto, and the GTA competing against teams from across North America.

3) The last major Rep, AAU, Summer Basketball event in the city of Toronto, and the last best opportunity for Prep, Colleges, and University coaches to recruit major talent from the Greater Toronto Area

4) Media Exposure for teams and individual players who compete at a high level: Mix Tape King!”

5) Compete against the best competition in the Greater Toronto Area

RULES, REGULATIONS AND FEES

1. Teams are guaranteed three (3) games during regular tournament play, and a winning team can receive up to (5) games max based on advancement during tournament.

2. Each Individual Team Membership Fees:

(Boys)
• 10u, 11u, 12, 13u  – Only $500 (all fees due July 14, 2017)
• 14u, 15u, 16u, 17u  – Only $575 (all fees due July 14, 2017)
• Open Elite Men’s – Just $600 (all fees due July 14, 2017)

(Girls)
• Junior – 15u – Only $500 (all fees due July 14, 2017)
• Senior – Open Women’s – Just $575 (all fees due July 14, 2017)

3. All cheques can be made out to: Community Triangle.

4. Admission – $7.00 for adults (per day), $5.00 for high students (per day). All Kids are free

5. Player Registration – Teams must provide the full name and date of birth for each player when registering. Players must provide proof of age at the registration table prior to their first tournament game.

6. The official playing rules will be federation high school basketball rules

PLAYING TIME

1. All Open Men’s and Women games will consist of Two (2), 18 minute stop time halfs. If there is a 25 point spread, the time will run straight. Teams will be given a total of (4) Timeouts per game. (2) Full timeouts and (2) 30 sec timeouts. Timeouts can be carried over.

2. All 17u, 16u, 15u, 14u and Sr Girls games will consist of Two (2), 16 minute stop time halfs. If there is a 25 point spread, the time will run straight. Teams will be given a total of (4) Timeouts per game. (2) Full timeouts and (2) 30 sec timeouts. Timeouts can be carried over.

3. All 13u, 12u, 11u 10u and Jr Girls games will consist of Two (2), 14 minute stop time halfs. If there is a 25 point spread, the time will run straight. Teams will be given a total of (4) Timeouts per game. (2) Full timeouts and (2) 30 sec timeouts. Timeouts can be carried over.

4. Fouls: Players will be allowed 6 fouls per game. No Single Bonus Shot at the 7th team foul, Only Double Bonus shots after the 10th team foul. Two technical fouls will result in ejection from the game

5. Each team must supply own personal team balls for use during warm-up time.

6. All players have to play one game before they are allowed to play in the semi-finals or final game. Please forward all questions to the tournament conveners.

7. Overtime: A two (2) minute stop time will make up the first overtime period. If a second overtime is needed, it will be one (1) minute stop time

8. Point spread rule: The number of points that you win by count.

9. Each team **MUST** supply one person for the score clock/score sheet (Example: Asst Coach, Team Manager, or Parent)

The theme for this event will be REAL (Respect, Everyone and Life) and of course have fun!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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