All Nets. No Drugs. Basketball Tournament

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April 22, 2017
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
City Hall
8500 Santa Fe Drive
Overland Park, KS 66212
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Join the City of Overland Park and the Overland Park Police Department for the second year of this 3-on-3 classic!

Tournament Details

The tournament is free and open to boys and girls. There will be two pools for players: grades 6-8 and 9-12.

Three or four players may comprise a team. Single players may also register to be added to teams. Each team is guaranteed three games during bracket play.

All players will get a free t-shirt with registration. The champion teams in both divisions will receive first-place medals, and a traveling trophy will be presented to the players' schools.


  • 8 a.m. - Registration begins
  • 9:30 a.m. - Opening ceremony
  • 10 a.m. - Bracket play begins
  • 5 p.m. - Knockout game begins
  • 5:20 p.m. - Championship game

The full 2017 schedule is available to download in PDF format.

Other Activities

There will be a variety of other activities at City Hall during the tournament, including visits from the Kansas Air National Guard, Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force. Entertainment will be provided by a DJ and the College Basketball Experience. Food trucks will also be on hand and meals will be provided for registered players.

Parents and families are encouraged to come out and support their young athletes.


Registration is now closed for the 2017 tournament, but please come out and support the athletes!

Tournament History

In the summer of 2015, Overland Park Community Policing Officers on bicycle patrol approached a large group of kids playing basketball near City Hall to say hello. The kids walked away before the officers could approach them. The officers began thinking of a way to break down a rising barrier between police and youth in the community, and the idea of a the All Nets. No Drugs. basketball tournament was born.

The first All Nets. No Drugs. three-on-three tournament was May 14th, 2016. A total of 22 teams participated in the event. Westridge Middle School players were 2016's middle school champions, and students from Blue Valley, Olathe and Mill Valley School Districts were the high school champions. Overland Park police officers presented students with trophies in 2016.