Sixteen of the best high school basketball teams from the Tulsa Metro area will compete in the 2014 High School Hoops Showcase at the BOK Center on January 18. The Showcase is presented by SMG Special Events and the BOK Center.
The event will begin at 9 a.m. and will feature four girls' games and four boys' games, alternating throughout the day.
During the past five years, the BOK Center has hosted some of the top names in professional and collegiate basketball. The inaugural High School Hoops Showcase continues this tradition of basketball excellence by allowing local student-athletes the opportunity to display their competitive talents in a world-class sports venue that features state-of-the-art video boards, seating, locker room facilities and more.
"We recognize the importance of the BOK Center to the community and strive to create events that make the facility accessible to all," said SMG General Manager John Bolton. "The High School Hoops Showcase will be an exciting opportunity for the players, their families and community supporters to enjoy the BOK Center while cheering on these student-athletes in a professional sports atmosphere."
General Admission tickets to the showcase are $10, which includes admission to all eight games, and go on sale Friday, November 22 at www.bokcenter.com , the Arby's Box Office, all ticket outlets or by calling 1-800-745-3000. Participating schools also have the opportunity to sell tickets, with a portion of the sales going to the school's athletic department.
Showcase Schedule – All Games Played January 18
9:00am Edison Girls (Home) vs. Memorial Girls
10:30am Coweta Boys (Home) vs. Pryor Boys
12:00pm Tahlequah-Sequoya Girls (Home) vs. Jay Girls
1:30pm Union Boys (Home) vs. Broken Arrow Boys
3:00pm Broken Arrow Girls (Home) vs. Union Girls
4:30pm Booker T. Washington Boys (Home) vs. Edison Boys
6:00pm Booker T. Washington Girls (Home) vs. East Central Girls (televised "Ford Game of the Week")
7:30pm Victory Christian Boys (Home) vs. Memorial Boys (televised "Ford Game of the Week")
The final two games of the showcase will be televised live on Cox Channel HD 703 and Channel 3 in Tulsa as the "Ford Game of the Week."