Welcome to TBA Basketball

Since 1966 the TBA (Temple Beth AM) Brotherhood Basketball League of Framingham has been committed to providing kids of all skill levels with an organized, competitive, and safe learning environment in which to develop, play, and appreciate the game of basketball.


Evaluations will take place on Sun  Dec 8, 2019 at Framingham High School

Boys A Div: Last Name A thru D arrive at 11:15  Evaluations 11:30-12:40

Boys A Div: Last Name E thru M arrive at 12:20 Evaluations 12:40-1:50

Boys A  Div: Last Name N thru Z arrive at 1:30   Evaluations 1:50 – 2:00

Boys B Div: Last Name A thru D arrive 11:00    Evaluations 11:15 – 12:25

Boys B Div: Last Name E thru M arrive 12:10    Evaluations 12:25 – 1:35

Boys B Div : Last  Name N thru Z arrive 1:20  Evaluations 1:35 – 2:25

Boys C Div: Last Name A thru J  arrive 2:10  Evaluations  2:25 – 3:40

Boys C Div: Last Name K thru Z arrive 3:20  Evaluations 3:40 – 5:05

Girls B Div: Last Name A thru Z arrive 2:40  Evaluations 3:00 – 4:15

Girls C Div:Last Name A thru Z arrive  3:55  Evaluations 4:10 – 5:20





Player Registration is Now OPEN

Register for TBA EARLY!  Registration for the 2020 Season is now open and continues until November 11.  After Nov 11, you’ll  be placed on a waiting list and a late fee will be assessed.  Unfortunately we cannot guarantee a spot for a late registration.

Season Starts January 1, 2020








About TBA Basketball

The Temple Beth Am Brotherhood Basketball League is entering its 55th year of exciting youth basketball.  Since its inception, it has offered Metrowest youngsters the opportunity to learn and play the game in a fun and safe environment.  With more than 550 players, the league includes kids from grades 4 – 12 and everyone plays at least half of each game regardless of ability.  At the younger ages (grades 4-8), the teams practice once per week, and coaches take time during the games to review fundamentals with the players.  The 3rd grade developmental division is entering its third season.  Last season over 70 boys and girls participated in basketball clinics, taught by local high-school coaches.  At TBA we promote the principles of participation, sportsmanship, and the development of good character.

Coaches Needed!


TBA stands out from other leagues by utilizing coaches who are knowledgeable, friendly, and passionate about the game.  Each team requires two coaches and we’ll need more than 100 coaches to run the league.  Past coaches are strongly encouraged to register however we also urge any interested parent to apply.

2019 TBA Gold Sponsors

We offer our sincere thanks to these GOLD Sponsors whose generosity provided for dozens of scholarships for boys and girls to play the 2019 season.   

2019 TBA Silver Sponsors