FloSports Announces Live Programming Schedule for 2016-17 Season On FloHoops.com Featuring 280 High School Games Nationwide - FloSports®

FloSports Announces Live Programming Schedule for 2016-17 Season On FloHoops.com Featuring 280 High School Games Nationwide

Lineup Includes 22 Teams On FloHoops’ Boys Preseason High School Top 25 List

Austin, TX (Oct. 31, 2016) – FloSports today announced that FloHoops.com will live stream 17 events covering 280 games nationwide during the 2016-17 boys high school basketball season. Powerhouse high school boys programs such as Oak Hill Academy (Va.), La Lumiere (Ind.), Sierra Canyon (Calif.), Montverde Academy (Fla.), Findlay Prep (Nev.), Chino Hills (Calif.), and many more will appear live on FloHoops.com at various times this season.

FloHoops’ live schedule begins Nov. 11-12 with the Phenom Hoops National High School Showcase in Greensboro, N.C. All games are available live and via replay.

“Nobody has ever assembled a better schedule of live high school basketball programming than FloHoops,” FloSports co-founder and CEO Martin Floreani said. “We’re covering the most elite high school teams and players in the country from coast-to-coast, and we’re also excited to add college basketball to our calendar of live events.”

The Paradise Jam Nov. 18-21 features men’s college teams such as Creighton, N.C. State, Ole Miss, Saint Joseph’s and Washington State. The women’s event Nov. 24-26 includes returning NCAA tournament teams Florida State and Kansas State. The Junkanoo Jam women’s tournament Nov. 24-26 includes 2016 NCAA Women’s Tournament participants Georgia, Missouri and South Florida.

Upcoming marquee high school basketball tournaments and showcases on FloHoops include American Family Insurance Hoophall West & Spalding Hoophall Classic, Culligan City of Palms Classic, ARS Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest events in Dallas, Memphis and Tampa, the Chick-fil-A Classic, and the Les Schwab Invitational.

The No. 1-ranked players in the Class of 2017 (Michael Porter Jr. – Nathan Hale) and the Class of 2018 (Marvin Bagley – Sierra Canyon) will be playing on FloHoops.

“For any basketball junkie looking to follow the cream of the crop in high school hoops talent, there’s no better outlet than FloHoops,” FloHoops senior manager of rights acquisitions and subscription Tony Yazbeck said. “In the months of November and December alone, we’ll have 15 events stretching from St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, to Portland, Oregon, and our schedule will continue to expand.”

To access the live coverage and replays of all events, users must sign up to become FloPRO subscribers on FloHoops.com. Monthly and annual FloPRO subscriptions are $20 and $150, respectively. Members get access to all live events and replays, upcoming original documentary content, technique videos and more. Yearly subscribers also gain access to premium content across the FloSports network of sites.

FloSports content is available on all screens now with the recent launch of the FloSports’ Roku and Apple TV apps.

To learn more, visit FloHoops.com.


FloSports is a direct-to-consumer, subscription-based sports media company based in Austin, Texas, that partners with event rights holders and governing bodies to unlock a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for. Through live streaming of premier events, original video programming, and weekly studio shows, FloSports is growing the sports, the athletes and the fans. Current verticals under the FloSports header are Wrestling, Grappling, MMA, Elite Fitness, Boxing, Softball, Tennis, Pro Wrestling, Gymnastics, Marching, Basketball, Volleyball, eSports, Swimming, Climbing, Cheerleading, and Track.