Monday, 23 April 2018

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2018 National City League/PRO-AM Basketball Championship

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Delaware Valley Sports Federation will be holding their 37th Annual 2018 National City League/PRO-AM Basketball Championship on April 26 - April 29, 2018 at Doolittle Community Center in Las Vegas Nevada.  We are looking for an excellent turnout this upcoming year, as teams all over the country are once again preparing to play in Las Vegas for the National Championship tournament.  As usual, the tournament is looking to fill up 16 teams on the men's side and 12 teams on the women's side.winner-10k.png

We're looking forward to 2018 as compared to previous years.  New teams participating in the tournament from around the US will increase the competition level.  Returning teams will be bringing the familiar show to the "Sin City" with "alley-oops" from half court and big time dunks.   This is a high-caliber tournament.  Local league championships, runner-ups or league all-star teams are all invited. There is an open invitation to NRPA associated members, National Recreation, 
Military, Corporate, Community Organizations, Armed Services and all sanctioned City Leagues. No NCAA players with college eligibility left can participate in the Men’s or Women’s Division. Each team must have complete matching uniforms, a light and dark set of jerseys with numbers are recommended. Reversible are encouraged, numbered on both sides. Each team/individual must provide proof of their own accident insurance policy. All players and team officials must sign waivers before being allowed to participate. The National Pro-Am office and host city must have copies on file.

This year's grand prize total is expected to be worth $10,000 for the top team who wins the tournament.  This has always been a family event and is catered barbecue.   

Below are registration links for the Men and the Women's Division.  We hope to see you there!


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