Women's 360 Hoops Invitational Elite Bracket Filled With Top Pro, College Players In Daytona Beach
DME Sports Academy Hosting Culmination Of Weeklong 360 Hoops Showcase; Bannister, Brock, Prince Among Standouts As Eight Teams of Four Compete In Unique Three-Basket, Circular Court Format; National Broadcast To Feature Event
By: 360 Hoops
360 Hoops (www.play360hoops.com)
"360 hoops is an innovative way of how we view the game of basketball today," said Orlando Boom owner/visionary Ontavius McCullough. "360 Sports will bring communities closer together, one neighborhood at at time."
"The Elite Ladies bracket will feature an amazing array of talent," said Shane Brey, Co-Founder, 360 Hoops. "Every division of college basketball as well as several overseas professional leagues are represented, which will result in an exciting style of play and a great showcase for the emerging 360 Hoops format. With this field and the deep men's elite rosters, the national broadcast will be one fans won't want to miss."
Play at the Invitational began Tuesday and continued through the week, with co-ed elementary age, middle school then high school age boys on girls taking the court. Top former collegiate athletes have their own bracket on Saturday at 9 a.m., followed by Elite Men at 1 p.m. and Elite Ladies at 6 p.m. All events are being conducted under strict COVID-19 protocol, including masks, frequent handwashing, facility access limited to athletes and staff only, daily temperature readings, social distancing and other practices.
360 Hoops Invitational games from the lower brackets are available on archive at the 360 Hoops YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/