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The State Games of Oklahoma Youth Basketball Tournament Postponed Featured

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The State Games of Oklahoma Youth Basketball Tournament has been postponed for this weekend due to inclement weather, school closings and the extremely cold conditions that will most likely not allow the roads to be cleared.


“Many of the teams, volunteers and officials travel across the state to participate in this event and our major concern is their safety and well-being”, said All-Sports Executive Director and State Games of Oklahoma CEO, Tim Brassfield.


The tournament was scheduled to be held in Norman, OK at the Sarkeys Fitness Center, formerly known as the Huston Huffman Fitness Center, and the Cleveland County YMCA.


The State Games of Oklahoma Youth Basketball tournament will look to be rescheduled during the 2017 Winter Games, but in the meantime, all fees paid for the event will be refunded to the teams.


For more information on the Youth Basketball postponement and other 2017 Winter Games events, visit the official site at


The Oklahoma City All Sports Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, which is proud to serve as the sports commission for Oklahoma City. It is one of the oldest sports commissions in the country, contributing more than 50 years of great service to the city. The Oklahoma City All Sports Association exists to SECURE, CREATE, PROMOTE, EXECUTE and HOST quality, family-oriented amateur sporting events in the state of Oklahoma.


The State Games of Oklahoma is the official State Games for the state of Oklahoma. In 1989, Oklahoma City All Sports Association adopted the State Games. The Olympic based State Games are officially endorsed by the United States Olympic Committee. The games welcome all amateur athletes, regardless of age or ability, to participate in the wide variety of sports offered. The purpose of the Sooner State Games is to help unite all communities in Oklahoma through sport, health, and wellness.

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