Chair Basketball

Two teams of 6 or more people sit facing each other in a parallel fashion approximately 7-8 feet apart. One person from each team faces the other on opposite ends of the line with their arms out forming a hoop. The players must remain seated throughout the entire game. The game begins with the placing of a balloon between the two teams. The object of the game is for both teams to pass the balloon from one team member to another eventually reaching the “hoop” at the end. Time limits can be set, refs must insure that no one gets up from their chair. If they do then free shots may be allowed.


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