|Current season, competition or edition:
2018 BIG3 season
BIG3 official logo created by persource
|Founded||January 11, 2017|
|Commissioner||Roger Mason Jr.|
|No. of teams||8|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, CA|
|TV partner(s)||FS1, Fox|
After the conclusion of the inaugural season, awards were voted on by the players. The MVP was won by 3 Headed Monsters forward Rashard Lewis after he averaged 21.3 points per game. Trilogy's undefeated season led to several awards for members of the team including DPOY won by James White and Coach of the Year awarded to Rick Mahorn.
The following are notable former NBA players who have played or coached in at least one BIG3 game. Notability is determined by receiving an NBA accolade such as being named to an All-Star team, an All-NBA Team (including defense and rookie) or winning an award (6th man of the year for example).
There are a total of eight teams, all of which are traveling teams. Each team's roster will include five players and one coach per team, with allowances to swap players within the wider squad during the time off to allow for injuries or tactical changes. There will be eight games per team in the regular season resulting in an eight-game regular season, as all games are on Sunday with a week off between contests. Games will be weekly quadruple-headers, with each team playing one of the other teams, held in a different locale each week. There will be two playoff games on week nine and a championship game on week ten.
|3's Company||Allen Iverson||Allen Iverson (player-coach, captain)
DerMarr Johnson (co-captain)
|3 Headed Monsters||Gary Payton||Rashard Lewis (captain)
Jason Williams (co-captain/injured)
|Ball Hogs||Rick Barry||Brian Scalabrine (captain)
Josh Childress (co-captain)
|Ghost Ballers||George Gervin||Mike Bibby (captain)
Ricky Davis (co-captain)
|Killer 3s||Charles Oakley||Charles Oakley (player-coach)
Chauncey Billups (captain)
Stephen Jackson (co-captain)
|Power||Clyde Drexler||Corey Maggette (captain/injured)
Cuttino Mobley (co-captain)
|Trilogy||Rick Mahorn||Kenyon Martin (captain)
Al Harrington (co-captain)
|Tri-State||Julius Erving||Jermaine O'Neal (captain)
Bonzi Wells (co-captain)
The draft lottery was held on April 28, 2017 with Trilogy having the first pick followed by a player combine the next day. The actual draft took place on April 30, 2017 with 24 draft selections out of 70 draft entrants.
|1||McCants, RashadRashad McCants||Trilogy||Cañeros de La Romana|
|2||Owens, AndreAndre Owens||3's Company||BC Hallmann Vienna|
|3||Evans, ReggieReggie Evans||Killer 3's||Sacramento Kings|
|4||Silas, XavierXavier Silas||Tri-State||Northern Arizona Suns|
|5||Brown, KwameKwame Brown||3 Headed Monsters||Philadelphia 76ers|
|6||Williams, JeromeJerome Williams||Power||New York Knicks|
|7||Byars, DerrickDerrick Byars||Ball Hogs||Delaware 87ers|
|8||Evans, MauriceMaurice Evans||Ghost Ballers||Washington Wizards|
|9||Banks, MarcusMarcus Banks||Ghost Ballers||Al-Gharafa|
|10||Butler, RasualRasual Butler||Ball Hogs||San Antonio Spurs|
|11||Stevenson, DeShawnDeShawn Stevenson||Power||Atlanta Hawks|
|12||Basden, EddieEddie Basden||3 Headed Monsters||Franca Basquetebol Clube|
|13||Nailon, LeeLee Nailon||Tri-State||Panteras de Aguascalientes|
|14||Hughes, LarryLarry Hughes||Killer 3's||Orlando Magic|
|15||Sweetney, MikeMike Sweetney||3's Company||Urunday Universitario|
|16||White, JamesJames White||Trilogy||Petrochimi Bandar Imam BC|
|17||Abdul-Rauf, MahmoudMahmoud Abdul-Rauf||3 Headed Monsters||Kyoto Hannaryz|
|18||McGuire, DominicDominic McGuire||Ball Hogs||Leones de Ponce|
|19||Glover, DionDion Glover||Trilogy||San Antonio Spurs|
|20||Norris, MoochieMoochie Norris||Power||Yakima Sun Kings|
|21||Patterson, RubenRuben Patterson||3's Company||Champville SC|
|22||Johnson, IvanIvan Johnson||Ghost Ballers||Club Sagesse|
|23||James, MikeMike James||Tri-State||Texas Legends|
|24||Cook, BrianBrian Cook||Killer 3's||Chiba Jets|
The 2017 BIG3 season kicked off on June 25, 2017, with 4 games at the Barclays Center.
The first ever Big3 Basketball championship was won by team Trilogy as they emerged as the class of the league by completing an undefeated season to win the inaugural BIG3 Championship. In a back-and-forth, a closely contested matchup featuring the league's two top teams, Trilogy overcame a first-half deficit to defeat 3-Headed Monsters 51-46.
When the BIG3 came to Philadelphia, they highly publicized the return of Philadelphia 76ers great, Allen Iverson. Before the game, Iverson even said "I'm not going to go out there and be the 25-year-old Allen Iverson--you're going to see a 42-year-old man out there," he said. "But to be able to do that, for my fans, I thought that would be cool, just to get back out there again...for my fans to get that flashback." However, hours before the game, it was announced Iverson would not be playing. Iverson claimed that he did not play due to "advice from my doctor." Iverson's decision was frowned upon by many in the Philadelphia community.
On Sunday, July 30th, the BIG3 was scheduled to have games being played in Dallas, Texas. Iverson was slated to appear for his team, 3's Company, but failed to show up to the event or notify league officials about his decision. The next day, TMZ Sports posted pictures showing Iverson at a Chicago Area casino, the morning of the scheduled game.
|Advance to playoff|
|2||Y 3 Headed Monsters||6||2||.750||384||349||8|
|4||Y Ghost Ballers||4||4||.500||383||384||8|
Fox Sports 1 carried the 8 weeks of the regular season and the playoffs on tape delay, while Fox broadcast the championship game live. Gus Johnson was the play-by-play announcer, Jim Jackson handled color commentary and Michael Rapaport was the sideline reporter.