Hoopfest

Redmond sisters playing in Hoopfest together for first time

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.

Hooptown, USA: Here's everything you need to know about Hoopfest 2019

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 2019 brackets are up!

Hoopfest has released the tournament brackets! More than 6,000 teams can now find out who they're up against for Hoopfest 2019. 

Introducing: Hooptown USA

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.  

Fisher father and son play together at Hoopfest

Rodrick Fisher is getting ready for his freshman season of football at Washington State University in Pullman, but he couldn't wait to come home and play in Hoopfest with his Dad and a future teammate Max Borghi.

Hoopfest 2018 Dunk Contest Semifinals

FORMER ZAGS SILAS MELSON, KYLE WILTJER, AND ERIC MCCLELLAN KNOW A LITTLE SOMETHING ABOUT PLAYING ABOVE THE RIM..THEY WERE OUR JUDGES FOR THE 2018 HOOFEST DUNK CONTEST SEMIFINALS.

Freeman survivors form Hoopfest team

Every team at Hoopfest is vying for a coveted championship t-shirt, but for one team, it would mean more than just winning Hoopfest. It would mean showing our community exactly what it means to be Freeman Strong. 

Lauren's Watching: Hoopfest team loses a member, gains a guardian angel

A group of friends that met in the Air Force has played together in Hoopfest since 1994. They change their name every year, but this year the change came last minute after an important teammate passed away. Now, their play is dedicated to a member watching from the best seat in the city. 

Avoid lines and check out the Hoopfest pop-up store

With over 250,000 players and spectators in downtown Spokane, Hoopfest is expected to bring in over $4 million to the local economy again this year; with people eating at our restaurants and shopping at our stores.