friday registration -Oshkosh Convention and Visitors Bureau- 100 N Main St. from 4-7pm
saturday registration 7:00 - 12 at the arena - 1212 S. Main St.
parking - enter off of 12th street. corner of 12th and main.
brackets red a, RED C and yellow m have been revised
CELEBRATING 45 Years of 3-ON-3
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE
OSHKOSH, WI GUS MACKER
Gus Macker – The Original 3-on-3 Basketball Festival of Family Fun!
Checklist: Save the dates, collect your teammates, click on register and then work on your game to get ready.
The original 3-on-3 basketball festival of family fun, also known as a Gus Macker Tournament, will be here this summer.
The Gus Macker Tournaments are designed for basketball players who love the fun of the driveway game – male or female, from age 7 to 70-plus, short and tall, the most experienced or those with little or no experience who just want to play.
This year, 2018, is the 45th year of Gus Macker Basketball. For the first 13 years it was a single tournament started by a pair of brothers and their friends in 1974, but became a festival phenomenon and America’s Original 3-on-3 Basketball Tour in 1987.
Through the years there have been 1,421 sanctioned Gus Macker Tournaments presented for over 670,800 teams or almost 2.7 million players and played in front of over 27.5 million spectators.
This year you can be a part of it because teams are computer-matched into male and female divisions in one of three categories: Junior, Adult, or Top. The age, height and experience of all four players on each team are considered in bracketing.
Teams receive at least three scheduled games each tournament. A Macker is a double-elimination tournament, but with a consolation bracket historically called “The Toilet Bowl” for teams that lose the first two games.
Our modern tournaments maintain order in almost all cases with registered officials calling fouls and violations.
Family fun in a festival atmosphere is always the goal of a Gus Macker Tournament, and we proudly serve as the most popular basketball tournament for outdoor play in downtown streets, parking lots and community parks across the country.