June 28, 2014 4:11 p.m. •
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Amy Bogaard, center, of the Vashon Island Rock Lobsters, smiles at her opponent before checking the ball during their game against The Gone Girls during Hoopfest on Saturday.
Anna Roesel, left of Chicago, Ashley Deruiter, center, and John Walker both from Spokane, cheer on their team, Los Pollos Hermanos.
Eleven-year-old Aiden Stewart of Spokane looks to pass the ball on Saturday.
Crowds gather downtown as the tournament gets underway Saturday.
Spokane resident Matt Pool gives a thumbs-up to the crowd after breaking his leg during Hoopfest on Saturday.
Charlie Powers, 11, of Seattle, wears a “hoop hat” made by his mother.
Jat Stewart of Spokane wears his Superman socks during Saturday’s action.
Teams battle it out on the streets of Spokane on Saturday.
Cross Pilgrim, 13, of Coeur d’Alene, takes a timeout after a fall during a game on Saturday.
Krisalyn Bisbee of the Selfie Wariors warms up with teammate Soa Moliga (not pictured) before playing on Saturday.
Competitors mix it up during Hoopfest on Saturday.
Teams warm up on one court while teams battle it out on the other on Saturday.
Jim Filzen not only sponsored a Hoopfest court, but he also brought water for competitors during Hoopfest 2014, Filzen is not your traditional Hoopfest court sponsor. He used his sponsorship to continue his search for a kidney donor.
Jim Filzen provides water for Hoopfest competitors.
From left, members of the team Stars And Stripes, Brandon Kennedy, Cory Haas, Alex Robertson and Sidd Aramandla, size up the competition.
Tyson White, right, of the team Simple Truth, battles John Harnetiaux of the Access All-Stars during Hoopfest 2014 on Saturday.
Kailee Bridge, 10, watches as her cousin John Harnetiaux of Access All-Stars plays on Saturday.
Robert Gregory of Sin Fire Ballers battles for a rebound during a wheelchair contest.
Davion Castro of the 4th-grade team Just Do It reacts to a play Saturday.
LT Thomason of the 4th-grade team Ballin Aint Easy drives to the hoop on Saturday.
Tiffany Morrett, left, rests with her daughter Hailey Parks, 10, between games on Saturday.
Xavier Glessner of Hooping Bad checks his team’s bracket on Saturday in Riverfront Park.
Spectators watch the competition on Saturday.
Players, spectators and volunteers fill the courts near Riverfront Park, as seen from the Parkade.
Players compete Saturday in a youth bracket, pictured from the Parkade.
Players and spectators soak up sun and basketball on Saturday.
Hoopfest courts were busy throughout the day on 42 Spokane city blocks.
This view from the Parkade shows players and spectators during Saturday’s action.
Reece Van Lierop puts up a shot during Saturday’s action.
Josh Cook of Spokane keeps score during a Hoopfest game.
Spectators line the streets to watch the action on Saturday.
Spectators mingle and watch games on Saturday.
Players rest in the shade near Nike Center Court in Riverfront Park.
Members of the Snoballers practice between games on Saturday.