See the rise, Canada!
Canada's U23 men's and women's national teams will take on rivals USA in double-header semifinal action at the the inaugural GLOBL JAM, tomorrow, Saturday, July 9. The action begins at 6:00 p.m. ET with the women's game, followed by the men's at 9:00 p.m. ET. at Mattamy Athletic Centre in downtown Toronto.
Featuring Canada's stars of tomorrow, GLOBL JAM is the can't miss basketball event of the summer.
Canada Basketball launched GLOBL JAM along with Sportsnet, Canada’s #1 sports media brand, as part of a multi-year innovative and unique partnership that will see the two organizations work together over the next several years to bring more basketball to Canadians, through both live events and original content.
Tipping off Friday, July 8 and running through to July 10, the GLOBL JAM FESTIVAL presented by Tangerine Bank at Yonge-Dundas Square will unite fans on and off the court and celebrate the intersection of sport, art, and culture with a 3x3 community court, vendor market, food trucks, music and more.
The GLOBL JAM FESTIVAL will also play host to the 3x3 Canada Quest Finals, July 8-9.
Featuring on-court activations and community-based programming including clinics for local youth, open public play during court hours, as well as the chance to meet Team Canada alumni, ambassadors, Sportsnet personalities, influencers and more, the Tangerine Bank Community Court will be a must visit for basketball fans of all ages.
The Superfan & Friends Charity 3x3 Game will take centre court at Yonge-Dundas Square on Saturday July 9 at 2 p.m. ET as Canada Basketball Global Community Ambassador and Toronto Raptors Superfan, Nav Bhatia, will host alumni, celebrities, broadcasters and influencers in a fun and interactive game of 3x3. Following the game, fans will have the opportunity for a meet and greet with Superfan and players.
For additional information on GLOBL JAM, visit globljam.ca.