King of the Court Melbourne #6

King of the Court Melbourne Returns to the heart of the Melbourne CBD at RMIT University to bring you KOTCM #6.

King of the Court #1 started in the Carlton Gardens, Melbourne, Australia in 2019. Created by Mitch Lang, the first tournament brought together some of Melbourne’s top basketball talent, their fans, friends and family to a parkland setting.

A 3 on 3 Half Court format has attracted some of Melbourne’s best basketballers and widespread support from fans, friends and sponsors.

Sponsored by Foot Locker and Nike, we are hosting this premier event for the ultimate in Basketball entertainment. All students are invited to attend and soak up the incredible atmosphere that these street ball events are known for.

This event will include 3x3, 1v1, Slam Dunk and Live Music! 

Location: 31 A'Beckett St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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