Basketball takes center court in branson MO championship

Basketball is one of the most popular sports of all time. It is played by kids and adult alike. Made popular by the NBA greats, basketball has become a staple sports entertainment for most people. But wouldn’t it be nice to be able to support basketball players in their dream of making it big in the basketball world someday? Branson, aside from being known as the live music show capital of the world, is also dedicated in honing the talents of the local athletes through various sports competitions.
One of the most anticipated and most exciting basketball events in Branson is the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball tournament. This coming March 11, 2015 to March 17, 2015, the national championship of the said tournament will be held in the College of the Ozarks – Keeter Gymnasium. The tournament will have 32 teams, each vying for the championship trophy. All of the basketball games will be held in the Ozarks campus near Branson Missouri. Each of the teams will play in a single-elimination tournament format, and eight of the first-round games will be played on Wednesday and Thursday. The second round will be played on Friday and also consists of eight games. The fourth day of the tournament has four quarterfinals games. Sunday will be a rest day for the athletes and for the fans alike. The semifinals of the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball tournament is scheduled on a Monday, and the championship game will be on Tuesday.
The championship game of the NAIA Dvision II Men’s Basketball tournament will also be aired live on CBS Sports Network at 8 PM CST. For the Branson guests who want to watch the games live, the Ozarks campus is located at 100 Opportunity Avenue, Point Lookout, MO.
Staying in Branson MO to see the games until the championship game is a rewarding experience. Guests who are supporting a particular team, scouts who are looking for great basketball talents, and fans of the game are all part of the crowd who flocks to Branson to see the tournament. For those who are planning to stay in Branson for the tournament, Thousand Hills Hotel and Golf Resort provides great lodging services for everyone with a special discount for basketball fans. Thousand Hills offers various lodging options to suit the needs of everyone. Guests can choose from nightly rentals of log cabins, golf condos, and lakefront condos. Thousand Hills is located near Branson’s entertainment district and the College of the Ozarks. For more information about Thousand Hills, visit their website http://www.thousandhills.com or call 1-877-262-0430.