Teams & rosters set as Hoopsfix Pro-Am returns for third year -

Teams & rosters set as Hoopsfix Pro-Am returns for third year

Hoopsfix Pro-Am Summer League 2024

This weekend will see the return of the Hoopsfix Pro-Am Summer League for the third consecutive year, taking place every Sunday from June 16th until July 14th at Brixton Recreation Centre, South London.

A raft of top level British talent from across the spectrum, ranging from prospects to seasoned veterans will take to the floor over the five weeks, with the men’s category including the likes of GB internationals Jordan Williams, Rob Gilchrist, Jules Dang Akodo, along with Albanian international Elvisi Dusha and Philippines international AJ Edu, while there will also be appearances from US college athletes such as Peter Turay (2022 MVP), Moses Gordon, Richard Amaefule, Brandon Tchouya, and top tier NBL talent including the likes of Darien Nelson-Henry, Ebuka Ekwegh, Luke Busumbru, and Isa Brandon.

On the women’s side, a number of returners include last year’s MVP Shanice Beckford-Norton, along with the likes of Chantel Charles, Melita Emanuel-Carr, Jenelle Grant, Jamila Thompson and Kat Goldsby.

Shanice Beckford-Norton Hoopsfix Pro-Am

Spectator tickets are £4 per week or you can buy a season pass for £10 for all five weeks – which can be bought here.

The five week summer league will bring together the best of British basketball, targeted at elite level players, some of whom are rarely seen in organised competition in the UK.

Taking place every Sunday from June 16th to July 14th from 10:30am-6pm, the Pro-Am will have eight teams in the men’s competition, split into two pools of four, and four women’s teams in a single group.

Teams will play all teams in their group through the first three weeks (the ‘regular season’) to determine seeding heading into the playoffs in Week 4 and 5, where the men will go cross-pool.

There will be a guaranteed new champion in the men’s competition, with 2-time defending champions Glacier Boys opting not to enter removing any chances of a 3-peat.

In the men’s competition the eight teams are:

Pool A:

FunctionAll (GM: Kirt Abeleda)
Hoopspace (GM: Joel Ufele)
OT Boyz (GM: Ebuka Ekwegh)
Surrey Scorchers (GM: Lloyd Gardner)

Pool B:
Ankd (GM: Travis Edwards)
London United (GM: Jack Majewski)
Solent Kestrels (GM: Khalid Missouri)
The Minimum Brand (GM: Jake Eynon)

In the women’s competitions due to not having any GMs, the 60+ players that registered are being managed directly by Hoopsfix, and have been split into four teams like in the previous two years:


Tickets are now available here, and season pass for all 5 weeks here.

Media can apply for accreditation here.

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