Summer 2017 Tip-off

As tip-off approaches, we would like to take the opportunity to announce two new divisions: the Young Hoopers and the High School girls’ division. The Young Hoopers is a nine-week camp structured around 4 weeks of skills development and 5 weeks of organized play. Participants will get the opportunity to learn from our trained staff as well as guest professional athletes and compete just as the unlimited and HS divisions do.

Opening day is June 19th, 2017. The HS girl’s division will play its first game, Bingo Allstars vs Bronx Storms. The Unlimited division will see a rematch of last year’s championship game, 618 Squad vs Guard Up, the defending champions. You won’t want to miss this!


Player of the Week (7/5): Longley

Longley in a game against Josh Barbershop

Longley is Player of the Week for Week 3.  Longley led Heights Finest in a hard-fought battle of the undefeated against Highbridge. He scored 23 pts and made two free throws to secure the lead and win the game.

Only two undefeated teams remain, Heights Finest and Reckless Heights.

Player of the Week (6/27): Alex

Alex of 618 Squad is Player of the Week for week 2.  Last week, 618 Squad edged out Josh Barbershop in an overtime thriller to gain their first win of the tournament. Alex scored 22 pts and made a clutch three pointer in overtime to secure the lead with 20 seconds left.

Player of the Week (6/20) : Stan


Stan “The Man” is UBA’s player of the week for week 1.  Stan of Reckless Heights scored an unprecedented 47 pts against Guard Up Basketball in his first game at the tournament. He made 9 3pt shots, including one from nearly half court. 30 of his 47 pts came in the second half.

All-Star Game

On Saturday, August 15th, UBA played its first All-Star game, celebrating community and players. The event saw record attendance and featured performances from Rugged, Dubwork, King Capo, and Edwin y Merlin. The top two players from each of the twelve tournament teams were selected to play for sponsors teams, Peligro Sports and MK Technologies. It was a hard-fought game, featuring flashy plays, dunks, ankle breakers, and clutch shots. When all was said and done, Peligro Sports edged out MK Technologies, 108-105. Daishawn, AKA “Trouble”(GODS), was crowned All-Star Game MVP after his 27 point performance. Both All-Star MVP Trouble and season leading scorer Rome (Reckless Heights) were honored after the game. Rome scored 147 points in eight games, including a 36 point performance against Guard up on August 11th.

Peligro Sports

Oreja618 Squad3
Alex618 Squad0
NickReckless Heights14
RomeReckless Heights15
Mundo 618 Squad11
DameGuard Up14
GoldenGuard Up 4
Trouble GODS27
Watch Me193rd/DP4

MK Technologies

LoloLa Famille10
Rob La Famille26
IzzyLa Famille2
Nay NayDarkside12
E WalkerDarkside5
JeffHeights Finest6
RichardHeights FInest14
PenaHeights Finest14