Basketball seems to be all of the talk in the sports world this week--many thanks to the NBA draft which just ended. Fans of the game of basketball all over the nation have been paying attention to their favorite professional teams as they choose who will be joining their rosters this upcoming season...and who won't be!

Here in Idaho, we don't have an NBA team. There are some nearby, such as the Utah Jazz and the Portland Trailblazers. Here in Idaho, it seems we love college basketball more--especially as Boise State has found a rhythm in the NCAA world.

Love basketball no matter the occasion? There's an event for you, taking place this weekend!

It just happens to be one of the biggest in the world.

It's called 'HoopFest' and it takes place annually, in the summertime, in Spokane, Washington.

Hoopfest, believe it or not, is the LARGEST 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the entire world--and it's bee going for years. Open to the public, anyone can play (if you signed up in time) and everyone is welcome to spectate as well.

It isn't uncommon to see celebrities on site, as well. The likes of Kevin Durant have stopped by Spokane Hoopfest in the past, along side many other professional athletes!

The event is going to be about 6-hours from Boise-- but if you're in North Idaho, it's under an hour away!

Learn more about Spokane's world famous Hoop Fest 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, HERE.

Insane Big Sky Basketball Moment Makes National Headlines

Check out the break down of this amazing sports moment that happened in downtown Boise.

Watch the full video below!

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This Former Nampa Basketball Star is ESPN's Darling

It's not often that you see Sports Center re-run a single play as often as they did last night. The good folks at ESPN could not get enough of the dominating performance by one particular Texas Tech player who left it all on the court. His team defeated Baylor-- the defending National Champion and the only remaining undefeated team in the country this season.
Plot twist, this player has some serious Idaho ties-- with NO offers out of High School, Adonis Arms played in Nampa at Northwest Nazarene University where he gained the skill set and the reputation to make his way up to the big time stage.

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5 Things Boise State Basketball Needs Now

The Boise State men's basketball team under the leadership of Leon Rice has been on fire. You really can't complain about 14 wins in-a-row, even if some of them were a little scrappy. So out of all of the energy and momentum being built behind this basketball team--which one could argue, is greater than anything that the football team earned this year--what can be improved?
The Broncos have the's what they need at home.

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