O’Malley Madness is committed to organizing and operating an outstanding 3-on-3 basketball tournament November 28 – 30th.
Event format consists of round robin competition followed by a single elimination tournament. O’Malley Madness also features a slam-dunk contest, 3-point shoot-out, free-throw contest, and other skill events.
For the non-player, O’Malley Madness is a dynamic two day festival that is wholesome, family-oriented, and fun for everyone.
With the effort and enthusiasm of volunteers, visitors will find activities for the whole family. It's a weekend full of entertainment for both players and spectators.
The following rules have been designed to ensure fair play and security for all
participants. Each player is expected to understand these rules prior to participation
in the tournament. Any questions concerning these rules should be directed to
3on3 Tournament Staff.
PRIOR TO THE GAME
Each team must have a minimum of three (3) players on its roster who have
registered their team by the pre-determined entry deadline. Additions and/or
changes to any roster must be approved by 3on3 Tournament Staff member
and completed prior to the start of a team’s first scheduled game. No substitutions
are allowed after your first scheduled game. A player is allowed to participate on only
one team in their division for the duration of the tournament.
All players must sign the score sheet before each game and designate the team's
captain/spokesperson. The team captain will represent his/her team as a
spokesperson at all times.
All games must start with three players on each team, unless a team with three
players agrees to allow the opposing team to play with only two players.
If a team with a least three players does not allow the opposing team to play with
two players, or if the opposing team has zero or one players, that team will be
penalized one point per minute after the designated start time up to 10 points. Game
is forfeited after 10 minutes.
All games are played on a half court.
A coin flip prior to the start of the game will determine which team has the initial
Starting play/Resuming play/Throwing in:
The ball must be checked by an opposing player and then must be thrown (not
dribbled) in from outside the two-point line.
First Violation: Warning from the referees or court supervisor
Second Violation: Change of possession
Length of Games:
First team to score 16 points (win by two), or 30 minutes, whichever comes first. If
the game goes 30 minutes, the team with the most points wins. The only exception
is the Championship Game in each division, which has no time limit. A game won by
forfeit will result in a 16-0 victory for the team present at the court.
Sudden Death Overtime:
If the score is tied at the end of 30 minutes, the game goes to overtime. A coin flip
determines which team has the initial possession. The game winner is the first team
to score a point in the overtime period.
No “Make It Take It”:
The ball changes possession after each scored basket, except after free throws in the
occurrence that the shooting team retains possession of the ball.
No stalling is allowed. The referee, court supervisor or NBA 3on3 Tournament Staff
member may institute a 30 second shot clock at any time. After a team has been
warned about stalling, failure to attempt a shot within 30 seconds will result in loss of
All jump balls, as determined by the officials, become the possession of the defensive
Each team is allowed two 45-second time-outs per game. The 30-minute running
clock does not stop unless the timeout is called during the final 2 minutes of the
Taking It Back:
When in play, the ball must be "taken back" on each change of possession. "Taking it
back" means BOTH feet must be behind two-point arc. Failure to "take it back" is a
First Violation: Warning from the referee or court supervisor
Each Individual Violation: Change of Possession
Any time a basket is MADE and a foul is called:
§ The basket counts
§ The referee and/or court representative records the foul
§ Defending team receives the ball
If a foul is called and a basket is NOT MADE:
RECORDED TEAM FOUL # RESULT (for team that was fouled)
Team Fouls 1 through 6 All fouls are common fouls. Retain ball and check ball
from behind the two-point arc.
Team Fouls 7-11
One (1) free throw, unless fouled in the act of shooting
behind the two-point arc, then two (2) free throws are
awarded. Ball changes possession after free throw
Team Fouls 12+
One (1) free throw, unless fouled in the act of shooting
behind the two-point arc, then two (2) free throws are
awarded. Regardless of make or missed free throw(s),
the shooting team retains possession.
All intentional fouls will be called by the referee, court supervisor or 3on3
Tournament Staff member only and results in one free throw for the player fouled
AND his/her team retains possession and checks the ball behind the two-point arc.
An intentional foul is a personal or technical foul designed to stop or keep the clock
from starting, to neutralize an opponent's obvious advantageous position, contact
away from the ball, or when not playing the ball. It may or may not be premeditated
and is not based on the severity of the act.
There is a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for flagrant fouls or continuous misconduct. At
the discretion of the referee, court supervisor or Tournament Staff member, these
types of behaviors will result in team forfeiture of the game in question, and the
team and/or individual be put under probation for the duration of tournament play.
Further offenses will lead to team dismissal from the tournament.
All flagrant fouls are called by the referee, court supervisor or 3on3 Tournament
Staff only. A flagrant foul may be a personal technical foul of violent or savage
nature, or a technical non-contact foul which displays unacceptable conduct. It may
or may not be intentional. If personal, it involves violent contact such as striking,
kneeing, etc. If technical, it involves dead ball contact or non-contact at any time
which is extreme or persistent, vulgar, or abusive conduct.
AFTER THE GAME
The captain of the winning team must obtain the score sheet from the referee or
court supervisor and deliver this score sheet the Scoreboard tent. The official
schedule for the tournament can be found in the Scoreboard tent. After each game,
each team must check the Scoreboard for future scheduling and information.
Baskets made from inside the two-point arc count as one (1) point. Baskets made
when the shooter has BOTH FEET behind the two-point arc count as two (2) points.
Court supervisors or referees will call "two points". If there is any doubt by the court
supervisor or referees as to whether the made basket is worth one or two points, the
basket will count as one point.
Free throws count as one (1) point. All free throws are dead balls. The try for goal
shall be made within 10 seconds after the ball has been placed at the disposal of the
free thrower. All other players will remain behind the two-point arc while the free
throw attempt is being made.
BASKETBALL GOAL INFORMATION
The ball is out of bounds if the ball:
§ Passes over the top edge of the backboard or touches the back side of the
§ Touches the arms attached to the back of the backboard
The ball remains in play if the ball:
§ Touches the pad ("garage door") in front of the basket
§ Touches the bottom edge of the backboard
§ Touches one of the side edges of the backboard.
§ Touches the top edge of the backboard but does not pass over the top edge
of the backboard
Any questions or disputes will be discussed only with the team spokesperson.
Disputes will not be heard after the game has been completed.
NBA 3on3 reserves the right to reduce the number of scheduled games, or shorten
games, due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
3on3 Tournament Staff reserves the right to disqualify any team for infractions
of the following policies:
Use of illegal players:
The players listed on the roster at the time an entry form is submitted are the only
players eligible without the consent of the 3on3 Tournament Staff. The
3on3 Tournament Staff reserves the right to request identification from players at
any time during the tournament. All participants are required to carry personal
picture identification to the tournament (Birth Certificate for minors).
Information provided to 3on3 on your entry form is the basis for division
breakdowns. Any false information is grounds for disqualification.
Unnecessary vulgarity or abusive conduct:
Good sportsmanship is expected. An 3on3 Tournament Staff member may assist
at any time, including officiating games, immediately implementing the shooting of
foul shots, terminating a game, and/or escorting the player or team from the
To ensure the safety and well-being of all participants, referees, and 3on3
Tournament Staff, designated 3on3 Security will patrol, and be stationed at,
3on3 in all participating cities.
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