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1-2-4-Point Shootout 2009

2009.05.28 18:20


Will Michael repeat to win? Who will he team with?

The 1-2-4-Point Shootout this season will be held on June 21 at Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre after the Semi-Finals. This time, we add teamwork as an element, as teams need to play in pairs.

Date: 2009 June 21, Sunday

Site: Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre

Time: After Semi-Finals

Prize: To Be Annouced

Application Deadline: 2009 June 19, Friday

(“Walk-ins” from any S.B.L. team are allowed on the day, before the first shooter begin the game, when there are less than 28 pairs applied before the deadline.)

Shooting Floor Plan

Rules:

  • Each pair of players is given one ball and has sixty (60) seconds to shoot the ball at any position within the half-court.
  • The pair, a shooter and a passer, starts at the centre circle.
  • The first shooter can decide where to shoot before the passer, who has to stay in the circle, pass him the ball.
  • Each player shoots ALTERNATELY to score.
  • Players can dribble or move with the ball.
  • Each basket made in GREEN area (see above) is worth one (1) point.
  • Each basket made in BLUE area is worth two (2) points.
  • Each basket made in RED area is worth four (4) points.
  • No points for any basket made by the same player after an attempt. No matter he misses or makes the basket, the shooter become a passer and the passer become a shooter.
  • No points for any basket made in the two-point area (exclude in the BLUE and GREEN).
  • Baskets made with the shooter’s foot stepped on the boundary lines will be “down-graded”. For instance, stepping on the three-point line will turn a basket from four (4) points to two (2) points. Stepping on the free-throw line will turn a basket from two (2) points to one (1). Baksets made while stepping on the boundary line of the green area worth zero (0) point.
  • Each shooter or passer needs to get the rebound of the misses without the help of a third person.
  • The two pairs with the highest scores play a final round to determine championship.

Teams formation:

  • Each Team can assign as many as two (2) pairs, i.e. four (4) players to take part before the deadline.
  • The pair can include one player from another team. e.g. T-REX can have two pairs featured three players among themselves where one of them team up with, say, another player from Trojans. Trojans and T-REX have decide if that “mixed pair” belongs to which team.

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