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Are you looking to play pick-up basketball or a 5-on-5 league?
Even if you want to just shoot hoops with a friend, Courts Plus Community Fitness has 2 full sized courts with 12 baskets.

Pick-Up Basketball & Open Gym

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Tuesday, July 28th- 9:00am-3:00pm
Wednesday, July 29th- 9:00am-3:00pm

Thursday, July 30th- 8:00am-2:00pm

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday- 12:00pm-2:00pm
Monday and Wednesday- 5:30pm-7:30pm

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ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUES

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5-on-5 League

Tuesdays or Thursdays- 8:00pm & 9:00pm
Fall Session: October 1 – December 12
Winter/Spring Session: February 4 – April 23
Cost Per Player: $10- Members • $50- Non-members
8 League Games
Tournament Games
NO OFFICIALS- Except Semi-Finals & Championship
Team & Individual Registration Available

Deadline: February 2nd

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Rules and Regulations

RULES & REGULATIONS

UNIFORMS: All team members should have shirts of the same color.

REFEREES AND FOULS: There will be NO referees for league or tournament games. Fouls can be called by both the OFFENSE and DEFENSE. After all foul calls the ball must be taken out of bounds at the location closest to where the foul occurred or checked at the top of the key. No points will be awarded for any fouls except, the final 30 seconds of the first half and final two minutes of the second half and overtime, if the game is within 20 points. If an offensive player is fouled in the act of shooting and makes the shot; the field goal is counted and the defense receives the ball. Any disagreements will be settled by the scorekeeper/league supervisor. The final 30 seconds of the first half and final two minutes of the game and overtime, a one and one free throw will be shot after all foul calls, including shooting fouls.

GAME RULES AND EQUIPMENT: National Federation Rules will apply, except where Courts Plus Rules Apply. The team listed first on the schedule will receive the ball to start the game and the other team will get the ball to start the second half. Twenty minute halves with running time will be played. The clock will stop for time outs, final minute of the first half, final two minutes of the game and any other time the scorekeeper deems necessary. Each team is allowed three, (30) second timeouts per game, timeouts cannot be carried over into overtime. There will be a five minute half-time intermission. Overtime will be two minutes stop clock. Teams will have one timeout per overtime. The defense will receive all jump balls. Teams must have a minimum of four players to start a game. A team may continue playing with less than four players once the game has started. Substitutions are allowed during dead ball situations and after all made baskets only, on the run substitutions are not allowed at any time.

FORFEITS: Game time is forfeit time. Teams must call Courts Plus the day of the game, if they are going to forfeit. Any team that has two unannounced forfeits during the season will be dropped from the league for the remainder of the season.

ADDITIONAL RULES: Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Any behavior deemed unsportsmanlike by the scorekeeper or league supervisor will result in an automatic ejection.

Ejections: Any player that is ejected from a game will be expected to sit out the remainder of the game, as well as their next game.

If a player is ejected from more than one game in any one season, that player will be not be allowed to participate for the remainder of the season.

SCOREKEEPER/LEAGUE SUPERVISOR: There will be a scorekeeper for all league and tournament games. The scorekeeper will be in charge of the score and time clock. Any disagreements will be settled by the scorekeeper or league supervisor. All protests and major disagreements should be brought to the attention of the league supervisor. The scorekeeper has the authority to call intentional and flagrant fouls. All intentional and flagrant fouls will result in two free throws and the ball.

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HIGH SCHOOL
BASKETBALL LEAGUES

Rules & Forms

League Info

Registration:
$340 per team, limited to the first 16 teams in Varsity Leagues and 8 teams in JV Leagues. Registration can be completed online and with a credit card payment.

Official Waiver/Roster Form:
Please complete the Official Waiver/Roster Form. Players will not be allowed to compete without parent or guardian signature prior to the first game.

Entry Deadline:
Entry Fee & Entry Form are due by Tuesday, June 8th.

Refund Policy:
Entry fee will be refunded in full to any team that withdraws their name PRIOR to the entry deadline. NO refunds will be given after the entry deadline.

League Schedule:
Boys JV – Monday
Boys Varsity – Tuesday
Girls Varsity – Wednesday
Girls JV – Thursday
Games Times- 5:30pm-8:30pm. One game will be played each league night, followed by a tournament the final three weeks. League schedules will be emailed on Friday, May 29th. Schedules will also be available online at courtsplus.org/basketball/#hsleagues

League Standings & Statistics:
League standings, individual stats and team stats will available online throughout the summer: courtsplus.org/basketball/#hsleagues

Awards:
Tournament champions will receive individual awards. An All League Team and League MVP will be named at the conclusion of both Varsity Leagues.

Game Rules:
Regular NDHSAA rules will be used with the following exceptions:

  • Games will consist of two, 23 minute halves. The clock will stop for injuries and any other excessive time loss. The clock will stop on all dead balls the final minute of the first half and the final two minutes of the second half, unless there is a 20 point difference
  • Timeouts: Three (60 second) timeouts.
  • 5 minute warm up and 3 minute half time
  • Overtimes are 2 minutes with stop clock. 1 timeout for each overtime period.
  • A game ball will be provided for all league games.
  • All games will have two officials.
  • There will be a scorekeeper/league supervisor present for all league games.
  • The shot clock will not be utilized during league games.
  • Technical fouls will result with the player, coach or fan sitting out for the remainder of the game. (Officials Discretion)
  • A second technical will result with the player, coach or fan sitting out two league/tournament games. (Officials Discretion)
  • All technical fouls result in two free throws and the ball.
  • Bonus free throws are awarded on the seventh team foul. Double bonus free throws are awarded on the tenth team foul.
  • All teams must wear uniform tops of the same color and have numbers on the front and/or back.
  • Player Eligibility: Players must be eligible to compete in high school basketball during the 2019-2020 season. However, it is permissible for players entering middle school in the fall to compete.

League Questions:
Wayne Herrick
(701) 237-4805 (work)
(701) 388-2546 (cell)
EMAIL: wherrick@courtsplus.org
League Website: courtsplus.org/basketball

League Rules

The basic rules and regulations for the league shall be the same as those utilized by the North Dakota State High School League.

Listed below are rule modifications and/or highlights for the league.

Player Eligibility:
Players must be eligible to compete in high school basketball during the 2019-2020 season. Players graduating in the spring of 2019 are not eligible to participate. However, it is permissible for player’s entering middle school in the fall to compete.

Timing Factors:
Game Length: Games shall consist of two, twenty-three minute halves. The clock will stop on timeouts, injuries, the final minute of the first half, final two minutes of the game, overtime and any other excessive time loss. In the case that a team leads by twenty points at any time during the game the clock will only stop on timeouts and injuries.

Half Time: Half time shall not exceed three minutes.

Time Outs: Each team will be awarded three 60-second timeouts. Unused time outs cannot be carried over into overtime period(s).

Overtime Periods: Overtimes shall be a two minute stop time period. Each team is awarded one additional timeout for each additional overtime period (no carryover of unused timeouts).

Warm Ups: Each team will be given a minimum of five minutes to warm up prior to tip-off.

Shot Clock: A shot clock will not be utilized during this league.

Equipment:
Game Balls: Courts Plus will provide a game ball for all league games. Teams should provide basketballs for warm- ups.

Uniforms: Jersey tops must be of identical color and should be numbered on the front and/or back.

General Rules:
a) Ejection Policy: Any coach, player or spectator ejected from a contest shall be disqualified from participation in that game and the next game. You will be allowed to participate after your disqualification has expired.

b) Technical Foul Policy: Any player, coach or spectator that receives a technical foul will sit out the remainder of the game. Any player, coach or spectator that receives a second technical foul during the season will sit two league/tournament games. (Officials Discretion)

c) Bonus free throws are awarded on the seventh team foul. Double bonus free throws are awarded on the tenth team foul.

d) A technical foul is two shots and the ball. The free throws must be shot by a player on the court.

e) Two refs and a scorekeeper will be present for all league games.

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Gym Rentals

Courts Plus Community Fitness has two regulation sized basketball courts available for rentals and birthday parties. The gymnasium can be setup for a variety of activities including Volleyball, Floor Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Dodgeball and many other sports/activities. A variety of rental and party packages are available to both members and non-members.

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INSPIRED ATHLETICS AT COURTS PLUS

Tyrone “Monty” Gordon Jr.

Tyrone Gordon Jr was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Right out of high school, he received a full ride scholarship to Pratt Community College in Pratt, KS. In 2013, ending his college career at Dakota State University in Madison, SD, he led the team to the only Elite Eight appearance in school history. After college, Tyrone was invited to three NBA workouts with the Milwaukee Bucks and variety of workouts with four NBA Development League teams. Tyrone traveled to Europe to play professionally until 2014. In 2015, Tyrone became the Player Development Coach for the NBA Development League team, Texas Legends; who are affiliated with the Dallas Mavericks. Tyrone has also traveled to Asia to train many university and professional players. He trains every level; starting from grade school to professional/olympic players. In 2016, Tyrone moved Gordon DTA to the Fargo/ Moorhead area, while still training internationally. After being in the Fargo/Moorhead Area for over a year he decided he wanted to give the FM Area something more personable of their own. That’s when Monty Gordon added the “Inspired Athletics” Branch to his company in 2018.

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