Four-Score Or Champs No More? Tourney Ends Tonight

One Man Dunking While The Other Playing Defense On The Basketball Court OUtside Of TQL

We’ve had the three-peat. Will there be a four-score?

Team Back to Back to Back (Ivy) looks to add another title to its collection as the eighth annual TQL 3-on-3 basketball tournament wraps up Friday with a patio party.

In addition to crowning the champion, there will be a slam-dunk contest and a menu featuring walking tacos.

B2B2B breezed by The Beeb’s 12-6 in the winner’s bracket semifinals, while Splash Brothers (Lexington) beat the surprising FCFS squad from Cleveland.

Splash Brothers led most of the game in the winner’s bracket final, but B2B2B took the lead at 13-12 and never gave it up in a 15-13 victory. Zach B. closed it out with a thunderous two-hand dunk on drive down the lane.

The Bay (Tampa) battled through three consecutive games in the consolation bracket and knocked off FCFS 12-10 in the consolation semifinal. They will square off against Team Lexington for the right to face B2B2B in the championship game.

Fans all over the company can tune into a live video stream with audio commentary.

Action resumes at 5:15 p.m. at Glen Este High School (4342 Glen Este-Withamsville Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245).

  • Consolation bracket final: Splash Brothers (Lexington) vs. The Bay (Tampa) (5:15)
  • Championship final: Back to Back to Back (Ivy) vs. Consolation winner (5:30)*
  • Slam-dunk competition (halftime of championship game)

Hall of Famer Ralph Lee takes a look at the finals right here.

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*Consolation winner must win twice in the championship to take the title in the two-and-out format.

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