Allen Iverson Will Be Back On The Basketball Court In Philly This Summer

Allen Iverson Will Be Back On The Basketball Court In Philly This Summer

The schedule for the Big3, professional basketball league is here, and now fans can get ready to see some of their favorite former NBA players back on the court.

On July 16th fans in Philly get to see Allen Iverson play in the tournament at the Wells Fargo Center, just like old times. Ice Cube is one of the founders for the 3 on 3 basketball league and has been promoting the games for the last few months. The first game will kick off in New York at the Barclays Center (full schedule below).

BIG3 games will be played every Sunday in a different city. Fans can watch the games the following Monday at 8 p.m. on  Fox Sports 1. The championship will go down on Saturday, Aug. 26th at 4:30 pm it will air live on Fox.

Tickets for the Big3 tour go on sale on May 6th. 

The full schedule, including venues is as follows:

2017 BIG3 SEASON SCHEDULE

* June 25: Barclays Center | Brooklyn, New York

* July 2: Spectrum Center | Charlotte, North Carolina

* July 9: BOK Center | Tulsa, Oklahoma

* July 16: Wells Fargo Center | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

* July 23: Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tennessee

* July 30: American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas

* August 6: Rupp Arena | Lexington, Kentucky

* August 13: Staples Center | Los Angeles, California

* August 20: Key Arena | Seattle, Washington (Playoffs)

* August 26: T-Mobile Arena | Las Vegas, Nevada (Championship Finals)

The Player Captains and Coaches of each team have been announced:

* 3’s Company: Captains Player/Coach Allen Iverson and DerMarr Johnson

* Three-Headed Monsters: Captains Rashard Lewis and Jason Williams, Coach Gary Payton

* Killer 3s: Captains Chauncey Billups and Stephen Jackson, Player/Coach Charles Oakley

* Ghost Ballers: Captains Mike Bibby and Ricky Davis, Coach George Gervin

* Trilogy: Captains Kenyon Martin and Al Harrington, Coach Rick Mahorn

* Tri-State: Captains Jermaine O’Neal and Bonzi Wells, Coach Julius ‘Dr. J’ Erving

* Power: Corey Maggette and Cuttino Mobley, Coach Clyde Drexler

* Ball Hogs: Brian Scalabrine, PLAYER X, Coach Rick Barry

 

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