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Thank you all players, parents, coaches and refs for making the 2018 TBA season a wonderful experience for all girls and boys. A record number of participants had fun.
On line registration for the 2019 season will begin in mid September.

If you are interested in registering your current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boy into the new outdoor summer program, click on the blue TBA 2018 Registration link below under recent announcements(starting April 1st.)

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


Recent Announcements

  • TBA 2018 Registration Please click on the BLUE TBA BS18 Registration Below
    Posted Sep 21, 2017, 9:23 AM by Richard steckloff
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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