Las Vegas – 22-26 May
Ballers Heaven Men’s Tour will take on Las Vegas Unknown in their own back yard.
Vegas Unknown are the 2018 World Club Basketball Tournament champions. They have invited Ballers Heaven to give them a stiff test before they start their league season.
Coach Roger Payne said: “It’s a great opportunity to look at guys ahead of the season and help those looking for exposure that would otherwise be closed to them. I’ve helped many players over the years and it’s always great to give that guy the shop window they need to be seen.”
In what will be a tough games, Ballers Heaven has a solid team from all over the globe.
Omar Beauperthuy: 6’7, NCAA Division 1, Cayman Islands international
Samuel Toluwase: 6’4, BBL London Lions and Nigerian international
Frantz Geico Playisir: 6’5, Cayman Islands international
Eli Alcantar: 5’9, NAIA Division 1, Mexico
Zach Cassita: 6’1, NCAA Divison 1, Utah
Chris Soldavini: 6’6, NCAA Division 2, California
Ben Freeland: 6’10, Lafayette, Los Angeles
Tyrone Keondre: 6’5, Frankfurt, Germany
Jon Montez: 6’6, Santa Rosa, JUCO 1, Los Angeles
Kings Of The Court – 24-25 August
Ballers Heaven is set to bring you Kings Of The Court.
The Basketball tournament will see teams travel from all around the world to pit their skills against each other for a grand prize of £1,000.
The Kings Of The Court tournament is looking to give players a window for their talents. There can only be one winning team.
The tournament will be officiated by FIBA referees and table officials. It will be held at one of England’s best basketball venues, the Nottingham Wildcats arena Greenwood Rd, Nottingham NG3 7FJ.
There will be special guests and dignitaries from the world of sports and politics, as well as some amazing food and entertainment. The tournament will be giving away amazing raffle prizes.
Spectators will be able to watch this event for the amazing low price of £3 per adult and only £1 for children under-16.
Entry costs £250 per team and registration can be obtained at email@example.com. Don’t leave it to late to enter your team as spots have already being filled.
Ballers Heaven is proud to be invited to the Valencia Basketball tournament in April 2019.
As many as 20 teams will be in the Under-17 boys bracket. The team has been training hard and Coach Payne said: “It’s an amazing opportunity for the guys to see what level they’re at compared to some of the best young players in Europe. They will learn about a different style of play is in Spain, but it also gives me a chance to look at guys for our new u18 national league team starting in the new season.”
Coach Payne is set to take over Coventry basketball. His experience and worldwide contacts puts this programme ahead of the rest as many young talented players will have many doors open to them. They will travel the globe learning the game and honing their skills against the best, as well as learning from top coaches in Europe and the United States, meeting and learning from NBA stars on their journey.