IndiHoops - The Authority on Club Basketball and Team Rankings since 2012, has put all of its focus into 1 event. Welcome to IndiWorld. The 4th rendition [IndiWorld4] is June 28-30, 2019.
Champions and Legends are made here. It has happened time and time again. As usual with us, we innovate every year. Here is what is going on.
IndiWorld Circuit hits Dallas again this year.
IndiWorld is a Rite of Passage before HS.
The event will officially start June 28th, with the finals being June 30th followed by a closing awards ceremony.
IndiWorld4 will continue to push the culture forward of cutting edge technology covering youth basketball -- simultaneously making a fun and experience that will last a lifetime. We aim to outdo and improve on our leadership in this space, and operational excellence.
The new format/venue/location will allow for more teams to come compete as our network and rankings system have grown exponentially year after year.
48 Teams. 3 Champions.
Going into year 4, we have gained valuable insight on what will make this event even better. Last year we tested out a 7th grade preview division. The teams featured Team Griffin, Malcolm Thomas All Stars (Featuring: Mikey Williams and Elijah Fisher, 2 of the top players at the time in that class), San Antonio Hardwork and Drive Nation.
It was so much fun that we decided to expand the event to INCLUDE this division, with a 6th grade division. This time, they play for keeps and a top ranking and championship.
15u will have a showcase division for the first time.
Duncanville High School (EYBL Held Here in 2016)
1700 South Main Street Duncanville, TX 75137
The Duncanville Fieldhouse is a 115,000 square foot, state-of-the-art venue uniquely designed to facilitate a wide array of world-class sport, recreational, entertainment and business events.
Last time IndiHoops was at the Duncanville Fieldhouse, we watched an eventual #1 NBA draft pick Ben Simmons play.
Here are the last rankings, and as said before they have not been updated in a month. We wanted to give you a taste with these. June 6th will be the official roll out.
To see the whole story videos, pictures, champions follow us on Instagram @indihoops
Scottie Barnes - (IndiWorld1) #4 2020 ESPN
Marjon Beauchamp - (IndiWorld1) #22 2021
Paolo Banchero - (IndiWorld2) #5 2021
KJ Adams - (IndiWorld2) #27 2021
Tre White - (IndiWorld3) Top 10 2022
Richard Isaacs - (IndiWorld3) Top 20 2022
Mikey Williams - (IndiWorld3) #1 2023
Elijah Fisher - (IndiWorld3) #2 2023
IndiWorld 1 - https://www.indilocker.com/indiworld1
Champs: Thunderstruck (FL) Defeats 43 Hoops (MN)
MVP: Dudley Blackwell
IndiWorld2 - https://www.indilocker.com/indiworld2
Champs: Vegas Elite (NV) Defeats. Seattle Rotary (WA)
MVP: Zaon Collins
Champs: Houston Hoops (TX) Defeats. Team Tyus (MN)
MVP: Brian BB Knight
IndiHoops continues its path on making the youth basketball experience and journey more enjoyable and organized through cutting edge technology and resources. The IndiWorld in the past has been a time to “show off” the latest in technology and developments of our company.
More importantly, it is about providing the best platform for club basketball development, experience and advancement.
At the end of the day, we want a journey through IndiHoops, IndiWorld, IndiLockers, etc to be special, high quality, resource and something that a young player looks back with fond memories when they are older.
Thanks for coming along for the ride with us.
The IndiWorld final has in even its infant stages helped propel some players and clubs and give them great momentum at a critical time. The 1st year’s alumni had Scottie Barnes (#5 currently 2021 ESPN) and Dudley Blackwell. Both were invited to be a part of the USA Basketball team shortly after the final. Marjon Beauchamp from Seattle received an offer recently from the University of Arizona.
IndiWorld2 saw the champion - Vegas Elite earn a Nike deal a couple weeks later, with its MVP Zaon Collins receiving a Pac 12 offer along with 3 other players gaining Pac 12 offers. Paolo Banchero from Seattle Rotary in the final opened up with a Top 10 ranking nationally.
IndiWorld3 - Richard Pop Pop Isaacs who was at IndiWorld2 and won the event with Vegas Elite, opened up in the national ESPN rankings at #17. Houston Hoops Blue Chips defeated Team Tyus from Minnesota in the final.
"We've played in a handful of really good teams in a lot of different tournaments, but every game top to bottom has been the best here."
Trent Whiting - Utah Hard Knox
"It's been a while since I've seen an AAU tournament that reminded me of the competitive tournaments of old. I got that spirit again with IndiWorld."
You must get a private invite. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your team’s resume if you feel we missed you.
Hotel: (Stay to Play)
972-283-9777 Reference: INDIHOOPS
Hilton Garden Inn
800 N Main St, Duncanville, TX 75116
$104 Double Queen
See you soon,
Brian - IndiHoops CEO