INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Volunteers are inflating 3,200 basketballs ahead of the Final Four Dribble event on Sunday.
The NCAA Distribution Center is where preparations are happening for that event, as well as four youth clinics that will be held this weekend.
Overall, Indiana Sports Corp leaders say 22,000 kids will be impacted by events and projects happening in the city in correlation with the Final Four.
Registration for the youth clinics is closed, but kids can still take part in the Final Four Dribble and the Dance/Cheer Spirit Court.
Registration starts for the Dribble at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 5 at the Indiana Convention Center. The Dribble begins at 2 p.m.
It’s free for kids under 18 and each will receive a basketball, T-shirt, and free access to the Final Four Fan Fest that day.
For a map of the dribble path, click here.
The Spirit Court will hold five clinics from April 3-5 at the Indiana Convention Center.
It’s free for kids six and older and each participant will receive free access to the Final Four Fan Fest the day they attend the clinic.