What grade levels do you support?
KBA supports boys and girls in 2nd through 6th grade.
When does the season begin and end?
The season will begin the first week of December and end around the 3rd week of February, followed by an end of year tournament.
What levels are available for players?
Kings offers a competitive team(s) for boys and girls grades 3-6th and recreational teams for grades 2-6th. The number of players registered and overall talent of the kids will determine how many competitive teams will exist for each group.
How does team placement work? What are the competitive tryouts about?
First off, every player that registers for KBA will make a team. There are two types of teams - recreational and competitive. Each grade starting at 3rd generally has one competitive team that plays in a higher level league. Competitive teams are formed as part of a tryout process after the preseason assessment. Rec team players are drafted by the team of coaches using Preseason Assessment scores to help establish balanced teams. The draft occurs shortly before the start of practices.
What is the commitment level when you play for KBA?
Rec Teams - 1 practice a week and one game (either Saturday or Sunday). Competitive teams - 2 practices per week and 2 games per weekend (typically 1 Saturday and Sunday)
There are some exciting changes happening for the 2023-2024 Season!
Kings Basketball Association (KBA) provides every child in 2nd-6th grade within the Kings Local School District the opportunity to play basketball.
Registrations begin in August of the new school year. Assessments are completed in September and tryouts are in early October. Practices and games run November through February.
We are so grateful to the sponsors who support over 400 Kings kids that participate in the program. Please support these sponsors throughout the year to show your appreciation!
KBA has moved to a new, modern communication and scheduling tool called SportsEngine.
Download the app to receive updates from your coach, check your schedule, add family members, and other key features.
Check out the SportsEngine section under the Resources tab for more information.