Lake Chelan Slam N Jam Rules
Thank you for participating! All participants must be legally registered, meaning they have agreed to the Lake Chelan Slam n’ Jam release and liability waiver and the sportsmanship policy.
- All games are played first to 15 points and you must win by one.
- Each basket is 1 point unless you are behind the three-point line, then you are awarded 2 points. All divisions will have a 2-pt. line.
- A 25-minute time limit is imposed on each game
- Every foul is a free throw except the Men’s Open Division. They will shoot a free throw only after the 7th No stalling. First offense is warning. Second offense is technical foul.
- If a player makes a shot and is fouled, you still get a free throw.
- Each team may consist of a maximum of 4 players and a minimum of 3 players.
- A coin toss prior to each game will determine which team gets the ball first.
- Dunking is not allowed. Grabbing or hanging on a rim will result in a technical foul and the second technical foul is dismissal from the game.
- A technical foul is one point and the ball back. On a defensive rebound the ball must be taken back behind any 3 point line.
- Only those Divisions that are 10U or 12U will be officiated by a court monitor. All other divisions, players will call their own fouls and call their own game. The offensive player calls the foul. The court monitor will monitor the game only and award technical or intentional fouls.
- Each team is allowed a one-minute time out per game and one more if the game goes to OT.
- The ball must be checked by an opposing player before it is put into play. The ball must be put into play, and the body and ball, must be all the way behind the foul line.
- After being checked, the ball can be shot, dribbled, or passed.
- A ball out of bounds must be checked in behind the foul line to begin play.
- No player may play for two teams unless prior approval by the tournament director and they play in different divisions.
- Tie breaker is “win loss” record, head to head, then defensive points allowed.
- On an offensive foul, the defense gets the ball. No free throw.
- Unsportsmanlike conduct includes intentional and flagrant fouling, unnecessary roughness, fighting, verbal misconduct, court monitor harassment or cursing. A technical foul will be called by the court monitor at the discretion of the monitor. A second technical foul will be ejection from the game by the same player.
Tournament Director- Mike Haerling cell # 509-423-9476. Thanks for coming!