ASCE Training Class 93 will be the official training program for the 2017 FIBA Americas Championship, the men’s tournament that will be played at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
The final date of training for the men is July 18.
In addition to training, the ASC will be hosting an Aspen-based conference on Monday, July 23.
This conference is a “major event,” ASCE president Dan Hagen said, as the men are playing in the tournament for the first time.
“We are expecting a lot of athletes and coaches and players,” Hagen told ESPN.
With the ASCI, we are hoping to make the ASCA the first professional sports organization to host a professional men’s basketball conference.
“The men will have a pool of 16 players that will compete in a tournament for first-place in the men.
The men’s NCAA Tournament is set to begin on Sunday, July 25, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Phoenix, Arizona.
Hagen said the tournament will feature teams from the ASU system, including Arizona State, Arizona, Arizona State and Washington State.
The ASCE has been around for four decades, Hagen added.
It will have four men’s national championship teams and a team for the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
As a professional sports association, ASCE is the official NCAA affiliate of the NBA and the NBA Players Association, Hagan said.
Players will receive a maximum of $250,000 from ASCE and another $100,000 through the ASIA Foundation for Indoor Sports.
The first event in the ASBES is scheduled for July 18 at the Quicken Loan Arena in downtown Cleveland.
It is the first event of the ASCs inaugural season.
All four ASC tournaments will be televised live on ESPN2.
The women’s NCAA tournament begins on June 2 and will be broadcast on ESPN3.