BIG3 ANNOUNCES SELECT 2019 CITIES & DATES — TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW IN DETROIT, PHILADELPHIA & ATLANTA
Games to be Played on Saturdays and Sundays this Summer
Season Opens at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit Saturday, June 22 & Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis Sunday, June 23
Champion to be Crowned at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles Sunday, September 1
(LOS ANGELES, CA) May 16, 2019 — Today, BIG3 – the professional 3-on-3 basketball league founded by producer, actor, and music legend Ice Cube and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz – announced select cites and dates on the 2019 schedule ahead of the highly anticipated 3rd season of summer basketball.
Tickets go on sale Friday, May 17 for games in Detroit, Philadelphia, and Atlanta; May 20 in Indianapolis; May 22 in Charlotte; May 24 in Birmingham; and May 31 in Providence. Additional cities and on sale dates will be announced soon.
The season tips off at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Saturday, June 22 live in primetime on CBS at 8PM ET.
During the upcoming 11-week BIG3 season, games will air live on CBS Television Network and CBS Sports Network on both Saturdays and Sundays, with a champion crowned live on CBS on Sunday, September 1. CBS Television Network will broadcast more than 20 hours throughout the season, with CBS Sports Network set to televise more than 25 hours of additional live game coverage.
June 22 — Detroit (Little Caesars Arena) *Tickets on sale May 17
June 23 — Indianapolis (Bankers Life Fieldhouse) *Tickets on sale May 20
June 29 — Charlotte (Spectrum Center) *Tickets on sale May 22
June 30 — Philadelphia (Liacouras Center) *Tickets on sale May 17
July 6 — Birmingham (Legacy Arena at the BJCC) *Tickets on sale May 24
July 7 — Atlanta (State Farm Arena) *Tickets on sale May 17
July 13 — Providence (Dunkin Donuts Center) *Tickets on sale May 31
July 14 — New York (Barclays Center)
July 20 — Kansas City (Sprint Center)
July 21 — Oklahoma City (Chesapeake Energy Arena)
August 3 — Chicago (Allstate Arena)
August 17 — Dallas (American Airlines Center)
August 18 — San Antonio (AT&T Center)
September 1 — Los Angeles (STAPLES Center) *Championship