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Another Year of AAU Events on the west coast

Another Year of AAU Events on the west coast

Entering its seventh year as one of AAU’s top event operators, Jam On It! is expected to attract more than 15,000 athletes to basketball events this year. Jam On It! hosts a number of must-attend events with their “All Under One Roof” event model, including the Jam On It! Reno Memorial Day Basketball Tournament in Reno, Nevada. More than 1,000 amateur youth basketball teams from seven states are expected to bring 28,000 spectators for 2,104 total games at Reno Spark Convention Center. The event brings an estimated $4.62 million in economic impact to the Reno-area economy.


Other Jam On It! events include:


Jam On It! AAU Big Mountain Jam Basketball Tournament. Entering its seventh year, Jam On It! is the host of the AAU Big Mountain Jam Basketball Tournament, the largest basketball tournament in Utah history. More than 600 amateur youth basketball teams from Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico tip-off at the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy, Utah where 36 full-sized basketball courts await.


Jam On It! AAU Desert Classic & Southwest Championships. Now in its third year, Jam On It! partners with Arizona AAU to bring its “All Under One Roof” atmosphere to Arizona for the first time at the WestWorld of Scottsdale. More than 140 teams from Arizona, California, North Dakota, New Mexico and Nevada attended the first-year events in Scottsdale.


Additionally, more than 1,500 teams will compete in Jam On It! spring and summer events in Las Vegas and another 130-plus teams will venture to Honolulu, Hawaii for the second Pacific Rim Championships.


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