You got game? Well, if you and two of your friends have the basketball skills and want to win a grand prize, I suggest showing up Sunday, October 31st from Noon to 4 PM at the Harker Heights event center 710 Edwards Dr. Meet Urban Connections LLC and 23 Styluz, and show off your abilities!

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This is their 2nd Annual 3 on 3 BBall Tournament, and it’s going to be nothing but absolute fun. I love when the community comes together, especially to do these old-school 3 on 3 matches!

Team registration on the day of the event will be $30. Individual registration is $15, and team pre-registration is $25. Please don’t forget that the adult division will be 18 and up, and the kid's division will be 17 and under.

Just when you think that Urban Connections and 23 Styluz is done, they will also be a shoe raffle at this event. Bring the kids out, bring everyone out, showcase your skills, and let’s have a ball!

 

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For for more information about this event, you will need to contact Ty Jones at 512-775-5787. Mr. Jones is the event coordinator. .

Now lace up those old-school Nikes you have hiding way back in the closest, grab you some water to stay hydrated, then get out there and channel your inner Micheal Jordan and Lebron James.

Make sure to stretch those bones of yours real good and I will see you on the court.

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