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Welcome to the 2018 TBA Basketball Season. TBA is now accepting applications for all players grades 3-12

Please press the blue TBA 2018 Registration link immediately below and follow the directions.

Please make sure your child is enrolled into the correct division.  Remember that your Visa or Master Card payment  will show up as Blue Sombrero on your next statement.

Thank you for registering for the 2018 TBA Framingham Youth Basketball Season. Here are the times for the evaluations to be held  on Sunday Dec 3, 2017 at Framingham High School. Evaluations are needed in order for the coaches of each division to see the ability of each player and try to draft teams as evenly as possible. Coaches need to be available to help with these evaluations.  
Due to the high number of sign ups to date, a record for TBA Basketball, extra teams are being added so more players can sign up. In a week or two, some divisions will be closed out. Come to evaluations ready to run skills, play a few games, and have fun. Sneakers must be worn into all schools and changed indoors. If you bring a basketball, have your names written on them. Only water can be brought into the gyms.

Here are the times for the evaluations  Come 10 minutes early to register and pick up your registration number.

BA 12:10 to 1:35  Rear Gyms Last name M-Z
BA  1:35  to 3:00  Rear Gyms Last name A-L  
BA Div has 12 openings as of 11/21 until wait list begins.
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BC  3:00  to 4:30  Rear Gyms  All players
BC  Boys grades 4-5 have 9 new openings until the wait list begins (as of 11/21/17)
GC  4:30  to 5:55 Rear Gyms  All Players
GC  Girls grades 4-5 have 16 openings until the wait list begins. (as of 11/21/17)
 
GB  12:20-1:45  Front Gyms All players
GB   Girls grades 6-7-8 have 10 openings until the wait list begins  (as of 11/21/17)
BB  1:45-3:10 BB Front Gyms  Last Name N-Z
BB  3:00-4:25 BB Front Gyms  Last Name G-M
BB  4:25-5:50 BB Front Gyms  Last Name A-F
BB  Boys Grades 6-7-8 have new11 openings until the wait list begins. (as of 11/21/17)

Unfortunately there were not enough high school girls to form a division. (GA) All fees will be refunded this month. 

The new 3rd grade division (D) has been a major success with nearly 50 third graders. There are just three more available spots remaining until this new division of clinics and games will be closed. Only if the local high school coaches, who will be running these 75 minute sessions, deem more than 50 can partake in the clinics, will this division be reopened. If you sign up and the division is closed, check back end of Dec to see if more openings are available

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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 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 53rd year of exciting, fun and safe youth basketball. 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 three through 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 new 3rd grade division will consist of a 75 minute clinic each Sunday and will be run by a different local high school coach each week'


TBA Principles 

  • Support the individual needs of each player
  • Provide all players with equal opportunities to actively participate
  • Encourage players to learn through discovery
  • Ensure that each player feels connected to the team
  • Establish supportive practice and competitive environments
  • Develop general athleticism
  • Recognize training limitations of an individual player