|11H30||QUART SUE 2/ MAYA 3||QUART SUE 1/ MAYA 4|
|12H00||QUART MAYA 2/ SUE 3||QUART MAYA 1/ SUE 3|
|12H30||QUART JOJO 1/ MAMBA 2||QUART LBJ 1/ SHAQ 2|
|13H00||QUART MAMBA 1/ JOJO 2||QUART SHAQ 1/ LBJ2|
|15H30||U13 GIRLS FINAL|
|16H00||U13 BOYS FINAL|
|17H00||U15 GIRLS FINAL|
|17H30||U15 BOYS FINAL|
|18H00||SLAM DUNK CONTEST|
Article 1 – Registration
-Registrations are limited to 16 men’s and 8 women’s teams.
-The quarter-finalists of the previous edition are qualified directly for the next edition for men and the semi-finalists for women.
-For the other teams, registration is done on file and validated by the organization.
-A team is registered when it has completed the form on our site, made the payment and when the organization validates their registration by E-Mail or SMS.
CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATIONS
Article 2 – Teams
The teams are composed of a maximum of 10 players (7 players minimum) and a coach preferably.
During the tournament, each team will play a minimum of three matches, in pools of 4.
The captain or coach of each team is expected to be the representative and the only interlocutor with the organization.
Article 3 – Outfit
Each team must come with one short per player, preferably of the same color. The organization provides the T-shirt for the Saturday matches and the complete outfit (jersey, shorts and socks) for the Sunday qualifiers.
Article 4 – Tournament
The matches are played at the Halle Beregovoy and at the Jean Maurice gymnasium in Mondeville.
Saturday from 10am, start of the women’s tournament, then followed at the end of the morning by the men.
-No break on Saturday noon, the matches follow one after the other, so everyone will know their match times the day before.
-In the men’s field, the first two of each group are qualified for the quarter-finals.
-In the women’s field, all teams are qualified for the quarter-finals (except for a change of formula).
-Sunday 11:30 am start of the women’s quarter-finals, then the men’s.
-No classification match on Sunday.
-At the end of the afternoon, entertainment with the 3pts competition, dunks and also some dance shows.
Remember to respect the schedules, it is very important for a better course for everyone, players, organizers, public.
Article 5 – FIBA
The rules applicable to the OQ are those in force with FIBA, with the exception of the points specified below.
Article 6 – The referees
The Referees are officials recruited by the organization and referee at 3.
Article 7 –Trademark Table Operators
OTM are also appointed by the association for all matches over the weekend.
Article 8 – Times
The matches are played in 2X10 uncounted minutes, with the clock stopped in the last minute of the matches.
No stop on the Free Throw except in the last minute.
In the event of a tie, extension of 1 minute in the group stage and 2 minutes on Sunday.
Article 9 – Time out
One minute timeout per half during matches.
Article 10 – Substitution
Substitutions are made on the fly, exclusively behind the ball, and the outgoing player must go out first or risk a technical foul.
Article 11 – Fouls
Four individual fouls per player.
Small exception, at the QO we cannot play with less than 5 players, for this the last player out, if he is not replaceable, then we will award two free throws and possession on each fault.
Article 12 – Disqualification
Any unsportsmanlike behavior, violence (verbal or physical), the passivity of teammates in the event of unsportsmanlike behavior by one of them, contentious interventions on the result of a meeting will lead to the disqualification of the team. or players by the Staff.
Article 13 – Defense
The zone defense, the three defensive seconds are prohibited and are at the discretion of the referee.
The penalty is a free throw plus possession.
Circle cleaning is prohibited, the basket will simply be granted.
Article 14 – Equality
In the event of a tie, we will look in order at the specific Goal-average, the general Goal-average, the points scored, the points conceded, the best offensive performance in a match and we will finish with the best defensive performance in a match.
Article 15 – 3pts Contest
The 3pt contest is usually on Sunday afternoon, just before the Dunk contest.
The rules are simple, each player has 60 seconds to shoot the 25 balls, placed on 5 racks of 5 balls, each ball is worth 1 point except for the last one which is worth 2 points.
With a bonus shot from midfield after the buzzer worth 5 points.
The two best scores are in the finals, in case of a tie, we decide on a rack.
And we end with a duel for honor between the champion and the champion.
Article 16 – Dunk Contest
The dunk contest always takes place before the women’s final at the end of the afternoon.
Each participant has 3 dunks in the first round, 1 minute maximum to validate each dunk.
The two best cumulative scores are in the finals, for two dunks each.
The scores are made either with the applause meter or by a jury of 5 members appointed by the organization.
The organization will have, in case of dispute, the final decision !!!!!