On April 21, 450 high school girls basketball teams will come together to compete in the 2016 Deep South Classic Basketball Tournament. This three-day tournament, held at the Raleigh Convention Center, will host teams from over 30 states and teams from Canada, culminating in one of the most competitive female high school basketball tournaments to date. So whether you’re practicing your 3-pointers on your home basketball court this weekend or eagerly anticipating the first game, here’s a breakdown of this prestigious high school tournament.
Deep South Classic Premiers Top Athleticism
The Deep South Classic Basketball Tournament is a NCAA® sanctioned event and generally regarded as one of the most premier basketball showcase events in the country. Sport Court has provided 20 Maple Select basketball courts for the tournament — a huge contribution towards moving the tournament from individual gyms throughout the country to one central convention location. Whether we’re building a home basketball court or a basketball court for a national championship, quality is our ultimate goal — as evidenced by our contributions to the Deep South Classic Tournament.
Over 500 College Coaches to Attend
Part of what makes the Deep South Classic Basketball Tournament so prestigious is the high volume of college coaches who attend the tournament. Over 500 college coaches will be witnessing the tournament and dually evaluating the best female basketball talent in North America. Some of these incredible athletes grew up playing on a home basketball court — and some were introduced to the game later in life. Whatever the circumstances, they’ve all conjoined to play it out in one intense, inspirational three-day tournament.
Don’t miss this NCAA® sanctioned event and the chance to watch some of the top high school athletes play on a one-of-a-kind, Maple Select basketball court from Sport Court. Whether you’re raising a future basketball superstar yourself or your family shares a love for this sport, you can all enjoy watching this exciting tournament.