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Ice Cube’s BIG3 League Unveils Full Season Schedule, Rosters
Each Monday for the past few months, Ice Cube’s new Big3 league has announced a new former NBA player that will either be coaching or playing in his 3-on-3 league, causing the excitement level to grow larger and larger.
After securing a TV deal with Fox Sports, the league finally released its full schedule and rosters on Monday.
2017 BIG3 SEASON SCHEDULE
· June 25: Barclays Center | Brooklyn, New York
· July 2: Spectrum Center | Charlotte, North Carolina
· July 9: BOK Center | Tulsa, Oklahoma
· July 16: Wells Fargo Center | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
· July 23: Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tennessee
· July 30: American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas
· August 6: Rupp Arena | Lexington, Kentucky
· August 13: Staples Center | Los Angeles, California
· August 20: Key Arena | Seattle, Washington (Playoffs)
· August 26: T-Mobile Arena | Las Vegas, Nevada (Championship Finals)
BIG3 games will be played every Sunday in a different city, in a quadruple header at the same venue. Games will be presented the following night in primetime at 8 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1 in a thrilling “Monday Night Basketball” experience. The league championship will be played on Saturday, Aug. 26 and broadcast live on the FOX broadcast network at 4:30 p.m. ET. Tickets for most dates will go on sale May 6 at Ticketmaster.com.
Team names and player-coach pairings were also revealed.
3’s Company: Captains Player/Coach Allen Iverson and DerMarr Johnson
Three-Headed Monsters: Captains Rashard Lewis and Jason Williams, Coach Gary Payton
Killer 3s: Captains Chauncey Billups and Stephen Jackson, Player/Coach Charles Oakley
Ghost Ballers: Captains Mike Bibby and Ricky Davis, Coach George Gervin
Trilogy: Captains Kenyon Martin and Al Harrington, Coach Rick Mahorn
Tri-State: Captains Jermaine O’Neal and Bonzi Wells, Coach Julius ‘Dr. J’ Erving
Power: Corey Maggette and Cuttino Mobley, Coach Clyde Drexler
Ball Hogs: Brian Scalabrine, PLAYER X, Coach Rick Barry
70+ former NBA players are hopping to fill 24 spots in this league.