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    The Basketball Tournament

    The Basketball Tournament is a 64-team bracket of top-notch professional basketball – featuring college alumni teams, international basketball stars, ex-NBA players, future NBA players, and more competing in a single-elimination 5-on-5 tournament for a winner-take-all $2 million prize. Games take place in July and August and air on ESPN networks.

    This event is a regional round for The Basketball Tournament (TBT). The winner of this regional will advance to Championship Weekend in Chicago. There will be 8 regional winners from across the country that advance.


    Games start Thursday, July 25, 2019  at 6:00 p.m. with the final round kicking off on Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

    Date Time (CST) Matchup Network
    Thursday, July 25 6:00 PM (3) Self Made (Kansas) vs (6) Sideline Cancer ESPN
    Thursday, July 25 8:00 PM (2) AfterShocks (Wichita State) vs (7) Iowa Utd. ESPN
    Friday, July 26 6:00 PM (1) Golden Eagle Alumni (Marquette) vs (8) Ft. Hood ESPN 3
    Friday, July 26 8:00 PM (4) Team Colorado (Colorado) vs (5) Purple & Black (K State) ESPN 3
    Saturday, July 27 1:00 PM Game 3 Winner vs Game 4 Winner ESPN
    Saturday, July 27 3:00 PM Game 1 Winner vs Game 2 Winner ESPN
    Sunday, July 28 3:00 PM Game 5 Winner vs Game 6 Winner ESPN

    See full bracket


    SESSION PASSES (day pass)
    - Lower Reserve: $35
    - Upper Reserve: $25
    - Lower GA: $20
    - Upper GA: $15

    - GA Upper: $45.00
    - GA Lower: $60.00
    - Reserved Upper: $75.00
    - Reserved Lower: $105.00
    - Row B Floor: $135.00
    - Courtside: $300.00

    All Session Parking - $50

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    Cheer on the AFTERSHOCKS (WSU Alumni)

    Wichita State Basketball alumni team, the Aftershocks will first play Thursday at 8 PM in Wichita.

    "There may not be a more dangerous newcomer to the TBT field in 2019 than this group of Wichita State alumni. Organized by former Shocker guard Karon Bradley, the roster is so jam-packed with standout players that Wichita State fans may have to pinch themselves when the team takes the floor. The AfterShocks are expected to be led by former NBA players Toure’ Murry and Tekele Cotton, and injected with youth from recent graduates Shaq Morris and Conner Frankamp. Backed by one of the most rabid fanbases in the country, the AfterShocks have all the makings of a TBT championship contender."