After a one-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the BIG3 — the popular 3-on-3 basketball league founded by hip-hop icon Ice Cube and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz — will tip off its 2021 season on July 10, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The fourth season of BIG3 action will be a 10-week campaign with games played at two locations: Orleans Arena in Las Vegas and at Xavier University, an HBCU in New Orleans, sources said. CBS will return as the broadcast partner and each contest will be aired live, sources said.
Dwyane Wade: I don’t know If more guys will play in this league or not but having platforms like the Big 3 and also TBT is definitely intriguing and looks fun to be apart of. The camaraderie in the locker room and the team spirit of the sport is what you miss most. So anything is possible✊🏿
Darren Heitner: In a new lawsuit filed by the BIG3 basketball league against its former legal counsel Quinn Emanuel, the BIG3 says it paid the law firm $1.3 MILLION for less than 5 months of work & that roughly $778K was billed in 1 of those months (in which 16 timekeepers billed time). #BIGLAW