Now, I'm not going to take credit for finding this on my own. Sportsnation did the work for me, but I felt like discussing it with others.
I mean seriously. It looks pretty intense. Speed of lacrosse, soccer, hockey, and basketball.. some physicality of football/rugby. Scoring of basketball. Skills of all the sports.Personally, I'd love for it to become a "real" sport, an ncaa sport, or at least, a pro sport. Obviously, most Americans don't like certain things (soccer), so I feel this would catch on faster in Europe, because they have handball, which is similar.
3 20 minute periods
70yd diameter field
2 steps allowed before you have to dribble (I think just when you have the ball in hand)
Can transition from hands to feet
Ball has to go into center ring to change possession
The upper arch is called "crown" with 5 "crown rings" (2x scoring)
The lower, bigger part, is the "chamber"
Scoring from inside the red circle (goal zone) into the chamber, is 1 point.
Scoring from inside the red circle (goal zone) into the "crown rings" is 2 points.
Scoring from the "wedge zone" (in between the flex zone and goal zone) is 2 pts and 4pts(crown rings)
Scoring from the "flex zone" is 3pts and 6pts
Scoring form the "cross zone" is 4pts and 8pts.
3 main positions
Ball Handling, Field Vision, Game Smarts
generally stay in "cross zone"
Throwing, Kicking, Defending
generally cover the most ground.
most well rounded
usually 4 rangers per team
Shot Blocking, Reflexes, Agility
primarily play in "goal zone"
defend Kronum goal
usually 4 wedge backs
provide "front line scoring"
This is just after a few minutes of research and some vids.