The Drew League has been forced to cancel its season due to health concerns relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
The popular LA-based competition, which has hosted the likes of Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and James Harden.
“Guided by the public safety recommendations by city and state officials, this was not a decision taken lightly,” the Drew League said in a statement.
“We share in the disappointment of not being able to come together to celebrate and take part in an annual summer tradition. However, it is the right thing to do to protect our community, fans, families and staff.”
It’s a big hit to the city, with the league being a big part of South Los Angeles culture.
It’s also renowned for it’ white-hot competition.
This marks the first year in the league’s 46-year history that it’s gone dark.