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Zero Gravity prides itself on being able to offer an assortment of events to suit each teams needs. Whether you are looking for elite exposure events or a local level to develop your skills, ZG offers them all. Now operating in 23 States, ZG allows teams the opportunity to travel and experience a variety of styles in play. Join us on creating the future of Grassroots basketball!

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Coronavirus Procedures

The health of our athletes, coaches, spectators, and staff is of paramount concern. Zero Gravity has developed protocols in response to the coronavirus outbreak. We are working directly with facilities to ensure we are taking all necessary precautions. This is the most accurate information we have at this time and is subject to change as we move forward in this rapidly evolving environment. We will continue to be in contact with our facilities and health officials to help guide our decision-making. See below for our safety procedures and statements from our event facilities.

Name Type Date Location Grades
Battle for the Belt - High School Other 11/13/20 New Hampshire 9th-Var
Halloween Hoopfest Major 10/31/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Battle for the Belt Elementary and Middle School Major 11/07/20 New Hampshire 4th-8th
East Coast Summer Slam Local 08/08/20 Pennsylvania 3rd-11th
Fall Ball Opener Local 09/26/20 Delaware 3rd-11th
Philly Fall Classic Local 10/10/20 Pennsylvania 3rd-11th
Mid-Atlantic Fall Regional Championship Local 10/17/20 Delaware 3rd-11th
Fall Jam Fest Local 10/31/20 Delaware 3rd-11th
Zero Gravity Coaches vs. Cancer Local 08/01/20 New York - Upstate 4th-12th
Spookfest at the Nook Major 11/07/20 Pennsylvania 3rd-Var
Chicago Challenge Presented by USA Youth Hoops & Zero Gravity Basketball Other 07/25/20 Chicago 4th - Varsity
Zero Gravity One Day Challenge Local 09/19/20 New Hampshire 3rd-12th
Keystone State Showdown Local 09/19/20 Pennsylvania 3rd-11th
ZG Championship Supercup 08/14/20 New Hampshire 4th-12th
Zero Gravity NH Hoopfest Major 09/26/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Zero Gravity Northern Showdown Major 10/03/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Tri State Opener - Powered by Basketbull Major 09/26/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
War on the Floor Major 10/03/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
CT Columbus Day Classic - Powered by Basketbull Major 10/10/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
CT Big Time Challenge Major 10/17/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
CT Buzzer Beater Challenge Major 10/24/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
CT Jamboree Major 10/31/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
CT Battle for the Belt Major 11/07/20 Connecticut 2nd-12th
Zero Gravity Think Pink Major 10/10/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Zero Gravity Local Fall Fest Local 10/17/20 New Hampshire 3rd-12th
Zero Gravity Battle Royale Major 10/24/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Philly Summer Finale Local 08/15/20 Pennsylvania 3rd-11th
Cohort Session 1 Other 09/26/20 Maine
Beach Ball Classic 08/07/20 New Hampshire 4th-Var
Cohort Session 2 Other 10/17/20 Maine

What type of tournament is right for me?

ZG Major

A ZG Major event is a more competitive event than other Zero Gravity events during the season. These events allow competition between the best teams who travel regionally to compete. There is extended playoff format allowing for more games to be played on the road to the championship. ZG Majors also hold more weight in rankings consideration.

ZG Local

A ZG Local event is a more convenient event based locally allowing for little to no travel between sites. These events have even competition at all levels. ZG Local events are perfect for younger and beginner teams to dip their toes in the club basketball circuit!


ZG Exposure tournaments are ideal for teams that are looking to gain exposure to college programs. These are more competitive events, that often bring talent from all across the region to compete at the highest level in front of D2, D3, and Junior Colleges.


Showcases are designed specifically to give players a chance to be seen, get better, and play against the best in their area. The goal is to provide the very best student athletes an opportunity to be seen by the best D2, D3, and Junior Colleges in the country. Showcases can differ from traditional tournaments in offering a "combine style" of play rather than a playoff format.

Universal Division

This is a division within Zero Gravity tournaments in the Greater Boston for developmental middle school teams that still want professional tournament matchups. The goal for Univeral Division is a focus on the appropriate skill level, while maintaining the professional environment. To make schedules as convenient as possible, teams will only play a maximum of 4 games in a weekend, including championships.

To ensure competitive balance, any team that wins the Universal Division championship will be placed at a higher level for the following tournaments