Players and fans from 16-teams come from all over the country and stay most of the week. Tourism leaders say every hotel in town is booked. The tournament's co-director says many stay in Champaign or other nearby cities.
Since each team plays at least two games, they have plenty of time to enjoy what the area has to offer. More than 100-coaches from four-year schools also come to scout out potential future layers.
Danville will host the games again next year. The city has applied to host it for three more years after that. Leaders find out some time next month if they won that bid.