All players will be called by this Friday Dec 14th and first practice is this Sunday at Framingham HS. 

Congratulations to all of the 500+ players who came today to the evaluations. There are two-four openings in the 4/5th and the 6-8th grade girls division. Also the high school boys division has openings.   The coaches will this week evaluate all players and have their draft on the weekend of Dec 9th. BY THURSDAY DEC 13, YOU SHOULD BE CALLED BY YOUR COACH AND COACH WILL LET YOU KNOW WHAT TIME YOUR FIRST PRACTICE IS ON SUNDAY DEC 16 AT FRAM HS. But register in all divisions as you never know, players do drop for many reasons.

Evaluations will take place on Sunday Dec 2, 2018 at Framingham HS.  Times to be announced this month. TBA will max out on the number of teams we can have. Sign up by Friday Nov 9 to save the late fee. Please also register to coach and be a team sponsor. The 54th TBA season starts in a few weeks. 11/05/18 
Enrollment for the 2019 TBA Framingham Basketball season is guaranteed up to Nov 9, 2018. After this date, you may be put on a wait list and you will also have a late fee.  In past years (except last year) extra teams were formed to allow everyone to play.  This depends on how many extra players sign up, and the need for gym space and coaches. 10/22/18
Registration for the 2019 TBA Basketball Season is open. For the third straight year, the registration fee will remain the same. TBA will  continue in 2019 with the very successful 3rd grade developmental league (on Sunday's only with local coaches as instructors) and the middle school outdoor summer season (next June - August 2019)

TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR THE TBA WINTER SEASON, Click here to register TBA 2019 Registration 

Please make sure you register your child in the correct grade and division

To sponsor a team, see below in RED

Temple Beth Am Brotherhood Basketball League

Temple Beth Am Brotherhood Basketball League of Framingham, Massachusetts is committed to providing youth of all skill levels an organized, competitive, and safe learning environment in which to develop, play, and appreciate the game of basketball. We promote the principles of participation and sportsmanship and the development of good character. It is our philosophy that winning should not overshadow these principles.

The League is entering its 54th year of exciting , fun and safe youth basketball. Last year there were over 50 teams. Since its inception, it has offered Metrowest youngsters the opportunity to learn and play basketball in a fun and safe environment. Every child who wants to play in the League gets a chance to play. At all levels, which include grades four thru twelve, all kids, regardless of ability, play at least half of each game. At the younger ages (grades 4-8), the teams practice once a week, and coaches and referees take time during the games to review fundamentals with the players. The  3rd grade developmental division is entering its second year after a truly fantastic opening season, with 54 girls and boys.  Again, this division will consist of  75 minute clinics and games each Sunday and will be run by different local high school coach each week. There are no weekday practices for 3rd graders   --Once again there will be 7 divisions; ..'A' Boys and Girls in grades 9-12, 'B' Boys and Girls in grades 6-8, 'C' Boys and Girls in grades  4-5 and a separate division for 3rd graders.                                                 --Practices are on Tuesday nights, but there will occasionally be  Thursday practices during the season.                                   --Games will be played at Framingham High School and Keefe Tech HS on Sundays from 11am to 8 pm. 4-5th graders will    play most games after 1:00. 3rd graders will also play later on Sunday afternoons                                                                         ----Player Evaluations will most likely take place on Dec 2, 2018  KEEP THIS DATE OPEN!!  Evaluations are used to divide     players onto equal teams, then having a coaches draft. Any parent who wants to help with this process, even if they don't want to coach, are more than welcome to. TBA always needs quality coaches who want to help the kids. If  you want to be one of the 104 coaches, fill out the coaches registration volunteer form.                                                                                        --Unlike other basketball programs, TBA games are longer with 4 quarters of 10 minutes. All players must play a predetermined minimum and maximum amount of time. Nobody sits..Everyone plays. There are 9-10 players per team.            --NO request will be honored for a child to play on a specific team with a friend. Only siblings can make this request.                --Sneakers must be carried into the gyms at all times, then changed in the hallway. Keeping the gym floors clean is very important and also the rules of the gyms we use. This will be strictly enforced. Jewelry is never permitted during games.          --TBA Youth Basketball has grown substantially over the past years and unfortunately a few late signups have been shut out for the season. November 9th 2018 is the deadline before you will be placed on a waiting list and be subject to a late fee. Register for TBA EARLY!!. You can sign up after Nov 9th but there is no guarantees on availability.                            --TBA uses Blue Sombrero for on line registration. Blue sombrero is owned by Dick's Sporting Goods. Your credit card statement will show Blue Sombrero, not Dicks or TBA Basketball                                                                                                  SPONSORING A TBA TEAM  Please help the league by sponsoring your child's team or a few teams. For just $125 per team, your name or your companies name will be on the rear of each uniform on one team. Our GOLD sponsors listed below sponsored a team in all 7 divisions last  year. Mail all sponsor checks to TBA Basketball, 5 Monterey Lane, Framingham MA 01701. For the past dozen years, all teams have been sponsored. Thank you to all 2018 sponsors below. These sponsorships help many boys and girls with their registration fees.