Triad Trackers Sponsorship Opportunities
Triad Trackers Wheelchair Basketball Team, Inc. | 120 Milnor Pl. Winston-Salem, NC 27104 (910) 876-1657 | email@example.com
Non-profit tax ID: 30-0087991
If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor, simply check out the information below and fill out this form.
Sponsor logo on all team uniforms Sponsor name or logo banner at all home and away games Listing on the Category website Fixed listing with Logo on Sponsor’s section of team website and social media accounts Sponsor name in Home Tournaments programs and/or team marketing materials Slam Dunk Sponsor
Listing on the Category website Fixed listing with Logo on Sponsor’s section of team website and social media accounts Sponsor name in Home Tournaments programs and/or team marketing materials Three – Points Sponsor
Listing on the Category website Fixed listing with Logo on Sponsor’s section of team website and social media accounts Sponsor name in Home Tournaments programs and/or team marketing materials Free Throw Sponsor
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Listing on the Category website In-Kind Donations/Support/Sponsorship The Triad Trackers Wheelchair Basketball Team is also seeking in-kind donations, such as gym time, basketballs, first-aid supplies, printing services, volunteers, wheelchair maintenance services, uniforms, basketball wheelchairs, and parts.
More About Wheelchair Basketball
National Wheelchair Basketball Association “NWBA” Rules: Wheelchair Basketball is played on a standard sized basketball court with the same measurements as in the game of stand up basketball. The game is played with five players on each team from two opposing teams, in two halves of 20 minutes each. There is a 30- second shot clock, which means a team must shoot at the basket within 30 seconds of gaining possession of the ball. There are a few obvious differences that need to be considered. The major differences between wheelchair basketball and the running game are:
• The wheelchair is considered part of the player’s body in relation to establishing responsibility for contact on court in the case of charging, blocking, going out of bounds, and other violations. Charging and blocking depends on where your chair is in relation to your opponent’s chair and the speed at which you are both traveling. This rule is the hardest to get used to and takes time before players to adjust to.
• A player can push their wheelchair and bounce the ball simultaneously, however, if the ball is picked up and/or placed on the players lap, the player is only allowed to push twice before they are must shoot, pass, or dribble the ball again.
• There is no double dribble rule in wheelchair basketball. A traveling violation occurs if the player takes more than two pushes while in possession of the ball and not dribbling. The distance a player coasts between pushes in not restricted. Player Classification Class I – Complete motor loss at T-7 or above or comparable disability where there is total loss of muscle function originating at or above T-7 (Chest Level). Class II – Complete motor loss originating at T-8 and descending through and including L-2 where there may be motor power of hips and thighs. Also included in this class are amputees with bilateral hip disarticulation. Class III – All other physical disabilities as related to lower extremity paralysis or paresis originating at or below L-3. All lower extremity amputees are included in this class except those with bilateral hip disarticulation (see Class II). Team Balance Each classification will be given a numerical value or factor as follows: Class 1: 1 value point Class II: 2 value points Class III: 3 value points At no time in a game shall a team have players participating with total points greater than twelve (12) on the floor at the same time.