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Hoopfest won't be on the streets of downtown Spokane this summer, but you can still play for a championship T-shirt.
There was a void felt throughout the streets of downtown Spokane in late June, extending to the rural Inland Northwest.
For the first time in 31 years, Spokane Hoopfest will cancel its 3-on-3 tournament. However, Hoopfest is coming to you with their HomeCourt Challenge! They will deliver challenges, drills & contests to your front door. Our Rob Jesselson catches up with Spokane Hoopfest Executive Director, Matt Santangelo to find out what you need to do to join the fun!
Hoopfest officials have canceled the 3-on-3 basketball tournament amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.
Spokane Hoopfest has canceled its 3-on-3 tournament for the first time in history. We sat down with Hoopfest's Executive Director, Matt Santangelo to discuss the meaning behind this incredibly hard decision.
The Inland Northwest is a hotbed of annual 3-on-3 tournaments, a trend since the inception of the world’s biggest outdoor basketball gathering: Hoopfest.
By now, Hoopfest 2020 would have been in the books, but as we all know, it's been postponed until late August due to COIVD-19. Although this 3on3 tournament has been pushed back, that doesn't mean we can't talk about the 2020 Hoopfest Game Ball. The designer of the ball, Dan Beltran joins us to talk about his creative vision behind his design. Photo Credit: Sean Gray
With Hoopfest being put on hold due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Executive Director Matt Santangelo has a new challenge to keep all you hoopers ready. He wants to know if you are the true trick shot master. Our Rob Jesselson sits down with Santangelo as he gives you an insight into what it takes to be the ultimate trick shot baller.
Spokane Hoopfest confirmed Wednesday the 31-year-old event has been pushed back to Aug. 22-23 amid concerns and uncertainty surrounding the novel coronavirus.
Tonight on KHQ Matt Santangelo stopped by to update all Hoopfest lovers on the new dates for the big event. Click here to find out what you need to do to prepare for the best basketball weekend of the year!
A decade removed from his last Hoopfest appearance, former Post Falls High and Montana State standout Marcus Colbert quickly regained his familiarity with the world’s 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Saturday at Nike Center Court.
With a combined 288 years between them, team Swinging Doors is one of the oldest – if not the oldest – teams in Hoopfest history.
Stacy Clinesmith fits the bill of Spokane basketball royalty.
Fans at Hoopfest’s Nike Center Court were treated to a special surprise as four former Gonzaga basketball players took the court Saturday. Rui Hachimura, the ninth overall pick in this year’s NBA draft, was joined by former teammates Josh Perkins and Silas Melson and women’s player Zykera Rice.
A group of jersey-wearing teens approached Shoni Schimmel on Saturday, each asking for pictures with the two-time WNBA All-Star after she’d survived a Hoopfest elimination game.
Dominique Jones and his NY Harlem squad didn’t travel across the country to simply hoist a winning Hoopfest bracket while donning the event’s popular championship T-shirt.
Shann Ferch has checked off about every notable Hoopfest box in his long, well-documented 3-on-3 basketball career.
A group of high school girls – USA Basketball, the recent FIBA 3x3 U18 world champions comprised of the nation’s top recruits – breezed through the 2018 Hoopfest elite women’s division.
Sometimes you have to risk injury – or even worse, ridicule – for the good of the team. In the end, when it comes to Hoopfest, it’s all worth it.
Perhaps it is the gambler residing within Jeremy Weaver that helps him balance optimism and pragmatism every day while living with cancer a second time.