The Hoopfest team wants to see your trick shots!
Hoopfest has been moved to late August as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen up, Hooptown USA! It's almost time to register for Hoopfest.
Registration for Spokane AAU is now open for the season, with a deadline of September 27.
Another Hoopfest is in the books and the Washington State Patrol was busy.
Teams travel long distances to experience Hoopfest, but one team flew all the way from Denmark to see and play in the world's largest three-on-three tournament.
Former Shadle Park Highlander and state champion high-jumper Jakobe Ford made jaws drop three times in the Multi Care Health Systems dunk contest at Hoopfest 2019.
Two-time NBA All-Star and Washington Husky great Isaiah Thomas showed up at Hoopfest 2019 to play a game of HORSE with Spokane wheelchair athlete Phillip Croft.
Hoopfest's medical tents were a busy place on day one of the tournament.
For many years, Whitworth basketball put together some unbeatable teams at Spokane Hoopfest that won a string of championships, but after a few years without a dominant squad, a few new players want to build another dynasty.
One of the most popular events at Spokane's Hoopfest every year is the slam dunk contest. Today some of the highest flyers the tournament had to offer put on a show at center court.
West Valley grad and Idaho Vandal multi-sport athlete Collin Sather passed away from cancer earlier this year, but his friends kept him in their hearts and as the fourth member of their Hoopfest roster this year.
Hoopfest 2019 is officially underway.
Amid the excitment on the courts, MultiCare announced Saturday a $1 million donation to Hooptown USA.
Each summer, hundreds of thousands of people come together to celebrate Hoopfest.
Spokane has officially turned into Hooptown, USA!
Jazmine and Jade Redmond have traveled the world playing basketball and they grew up playing in Hoopfest, but they've never played together. This weekend for the first time the sisters will join forces as they try to win the co-ed elite division.
It's that time of year again, Hoopfest is back! The world's largest three-on-three basketball tournament returns to Spokane for it's 30th summer and will take over the city June 29-30. Wev'e compiled an all-inclusive list of everything you need to know about "The best basketball weekend on Earth".
Hoopfest has released the tournament brackets! More than 6,000 teams can now find out who they're up against for Hoopfest 2019.
When it comes to representing Spokane, basketball is high up on the list. Hoopfest organizers know this, which is why, this year, they're declaring Spokane as Hooptown USA.
The hype for Hoopfest 2019 is just getting started. The 3-on-3 basketball tournament is in four days and is projected to bring more than 24,000 people to downtown Spokane.
There are about 6,000 teams participating in Hoopfest.
If you plan to take a Lime bike or scooter to Hoopfest, be prepared that there are certain parts of downtown that will be prohibited throughout the weekend.
The city of Spokane would cover 65 percent of Hoopfest's security and public safety costs for the next three years under a proposed plan.