Schools earn about a quarter of what it costs to run a basketball program.
I would say a lot because you can make a lot of money playing basketball as a career.
Street basketball players make whatever the tournament amount is when they enter. Typically, they don't make a lot of money per tournament, only around a couple hundreds to a couple thousands.
The NCAA is in the middle of a 11 year $6 billion television rights deal with CBS for the NCAA tournament.
They get contracts that say that they will get money for playing good
It depends on how good you are.
50 cents as in 0.50
No money becasue they would just be the top winning team
There is a complicated system to determine how much money teams get from the NCAA tournament. The money is based on how many sports the team plays, how many scholarships are given out and how well the school has done in the past six years. It is not based on rounds played but that does go into the system.
depends on how good you and your team is, if your not doing so well, your wasting your money on paint and tournament admission fee.
Playing basketball is incredibly enjoyable during the summer months. Competing with other people on the courts and bringing one's "A" game is what makes the sport of basketball so thrilling. There is nothing like guarding someone on offense with intensity and going in for a steal. Stealing the ball, driving down the court, and shooting a layup are what basketball is all about. Putting together a tournament can be a fun way to bring people together to enjoy the sport of basketball. Many people want to play basketball, but they do not know where to go. Some people feel awkward or uncomfortable simply joining a pick-up basketball game at the park. Creating a tournament allows people to join in on basketball at their own comfort level. A tournament can be organized anywhere. For neighborhoods, tournaments are a great way for neighbors to get to know one another. One can even make an evening out of a basketball tournament, by hosting a barbecue dinner for all neighbors after the tournament is done. A basketball tournament can also be a fun event for employees in a workplace or students at a school to get involved with. Hosting basketball tournaments for charity is another thoughtful idea. Basketball tournaments can be effective fund raisers for local charities. Many business men choose to get involved in basketball tournaments, and many local businesses are more than happy to fund such community-building events. If one does decide to go ahead and plan a basketball tournament, then there are certain pieces of equipment a person should buy. For a tournament, cones can be an essential piece of equipment for outlining the parameters of a court. Cones can help outline and break up a large basketball court into smaller ones. Another piece of equipment that is necessary for basketball tournaments is a whistle. Investing in a few whistles is essential for the people who will be serving as referees in a basketball game. Purchasing referee uniforms is also a smart idea, so that players can recognize referees on the court. Of course, one will need to buy a few basketballs for a tournament. If women are participating in a separate division in the tournament, then women-sized basketballs should be purchased for the tournament. Asking department stores about any discounts for charities is a good idea, since a charity tournament director will be able to save a lot of money this way.
The tournament hosted by Hogwarts in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was the triwizard tournament. Three schools (Hogwarts, Beauxbatons and Durmstrang) have one champion who competes in three tasks, the winner receives 1000 galleons as prize money.
It all depends but the winner last year received $1,305,000 for 1st place
My recollection is that each team receives about $500,000 per year for 5 years. Additionally, each conference receives a mathing amount to be divided equally over five years. The host conference also receives a share. I am not certain, and would very much like to be corrected.
The Golfer receives the prize after the tournament ends.
A cash game, otherwise known as a "ring game" is a form of poker with no fixed start or end time. Cash games are rather permanent tables where players can come as go as they please. These games have a buy-in minimum (and maximum at no limits): the player must bring at least this much money to the table. In cash games (cash poker) you buy in using an amount of money depending on the minimum and maximum buy-in at the table. You get chips equal to your buy in. For instance you buy in for 500$, you get 500$ worth of chips while you can also choose to buy in for more money or less money. The amount of chips on the table equals the amount of money you are playing with. A tournament is a structured competition with a fixed starting point and completion when only one person remains. The tournaments have an entrance fee. Once paid that entitles the person to take part in the tournament. As soon as their chips are depleted they are out of the tournament In tournament poker you "Buy-In" (pay to participate in the tournament) for a set amount of money. In a tournament every player pays the same amount of money to participate. For your buy-in you receive a set amount of chips depending on the tournament. Every player who buys into the tournament gets the same amount of chips.
If he wins it, it is over $1 million dollars, but prize money varies tournament to tournament and how well he finishes.
Public schools get money from taxes.
Schools get money from terrorists to rebuild
The total prize money for the 2008 tournament was $7,500,000, with $1,350,000 going to the winner.