Do you have what it takes to take to the court with some of the best basketball talent in the country? Do you want to continue your hardwood dreams? The Binghamton Bulldogs have the answer.

The Binghamton Bulldogs are part of a minor league basketball organization with 160 teams throughout the country called the ABA. It's 2 levels below the NBA (think Double-A baseball like the Binghamton Rumble Ponies) and it's full of former college standouts that are making their way to G-league (Triple-A basketball) and eventually the NBA.

The Bulldogs play their (sold-out) home games at St. Patrick's on Leroy Ave in Binghamton and have advanced to the national Elite 8 in Austin, Texas in the 2017-18 season. They are having tryouts at St. Patrick's on August 31st at 7 p.m. and September 5th at 8 p.m.

This year, the Binghamton Bulldogs will be hosting the National ABA Tournament and ABA All-Star game in mid-April. This tournament brings the top 8 teams left in the country (their version of the Final Four) and they'll compete for the 2019-20 ABA national title and try to knock off the two-time defending champs, Jacksonville (Fla) Giants.

Here's your chance to see some of the best basketball talent in our own backyard. Go here to find out how you can tryout to be a Bulldog and more info about the team.

See their schedule here and I'll see you at the game. WOOF!

[via Binghamton Bulldogs]