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Tennessee Points of Pride

By BCAT - Tennessee Basketball Coaches Association on Jan 19, 2019 2:24:37 PM

The Tennessee Basketball Coaches Association currently has several things going on as this busy 2018-19 school year picks up steam. We continue to enjoy our sponsorship agreements with Baron Rings, PGC Basketball, and Dr. Dish – very excited about these solid relationships that continue to improve the “quality” of resource/opportunities for our membership. Our partnership with Dr. Dish allows us to give away a Dr. Dish All-Star shooting machine to a BCAT member each year! Also, we have started to offer $500 scholarships to children, players, and managers of our member coaches. Plans to create a Tennessee Basketball “Hall of Fame” remains in progress, and we are continuing to send out weekly playbooks/notebooks to our coaches as we continue to look for ways to increase the value of our association for the Tennessee high school basketball community. We have also expanded our All-Star games – have 4 teams from around the state and play 2 games with each team. Finally, we maintain our solid relationship with the NHSBCA (National High School Basketball Coaches Association), relying on their support and expertise as our country moves into a new era of scholastic basketball.

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Tennessee Points of Pride 2017

By BCAT - Tennessee Basketball Coaches Association on Jan 19, 2019 2:22:22 PM

The Tennessee Basketball Coaches Association currently has several things going on as this busy 2017 winds down. We have signed sponsorship agreements with Baron Rings, PGC Basketball, and Dr. Dish – very excited about these new relationships that will improve the “quality” of resource/opportunities for our membership. Also, we have started a scholarship program for our membership’s children and their players. Also, plans are in the works to create a Tennessee Basketball “ Hall of Fame,” which will require a great deal of work and dedication. Our clinic was outstanding this past Fall, and we are pushing hard to build up our membership. We are sending out weekly playbooks/notebooks to our coaches, and continue to look for ways to increase the value of our association for the Tennessee high school basketball community. Our participation in the NHSBCA Convention last July in Indianapolis continued to upgrade our opportunities, and we look forward uncovering new “gems” at this year’s event in North Carolina!
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