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Big3 charges into Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday for the final day of regular-season action, meaning one last playoff push for teams still in the race—and a major player debut to highlight the action.
Trilogy still sits on an undefeated mark entering play, with Killer 3s going as far as putting Charles Oakley on the court for the first time in an effort to ruin the feat and gain a semblance of revenge for a loss earlier in the season.
If that were not enough, the playoff picture is a convoluted mess, which is nothing short of a good thing for a debuting league trying to make its mark. Several teams still have a shot at the No. 3 seed, though few are playing each other, meaning teams with nothing to lose have shots at playing the spoilers.
Big3 couldn’t have landed a better venue for the drama set to unfold. Before it does, let’s take a look at everything to know.
Big3 Week 8 Viewing Information
When: Sunday, August 13
Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
TV: Airs on FS1 Monday, August 14, at 8 p.m. ET
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go
Big3 Week 8 Schedule
Game 1: Tri State vs. Power
Game 2: Killer 3s vs. Trilogy
Game 3: 3’s Company vs. Ball Hogs
Game 4: Ghost Ballers vs. 3 Headed Monsters
Game 1: Tri State (Jermaine O’Neal, Bonzi Wells, Dominic McGuire, Lee Nailon and Mike James) vs. Power (Kendall Gill, Jerome Williams, DeShawn Stevenson, Rasual Butler and Cuttino Mobley)
Game 2: Killer 3s (Chauncey Billups, Stephen Jackson, Reggie Evans, Mo Evans, Charles Oakley and Brian Cook) vs. Trilogy (Kenyon Martin, Al Harrington, Rashad McCants, James White and Dion Glover)
Game 3: 3’s Company (Allen Iverson, DerMarr Johnson, Andre Owens, Mike Sweetney, Ruben Patterson and Al Thornton) vs. Ball Hogs (Brian Scalabrine, Josh Childress, Derrick Byars, Moochie Norris and Xavier Silas)
Game 4: Ghost Ballers (Mike Bibby, Ricky Davis, Larry Hughes, Marcus Banks…