Home for the Holidays – Fundraiser Dance

Kick off the holiday season with us at our 1st Annual BMBA “Home of the Holidays” Fundraiser Dance (19+ Event).  Musical entertainment provided by DJ Reemo, spinning the best in classic and new Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae/Dancehall and Soca.

$20 advance tickets are available NOW!!! Raffles, 50/50 draws…and much more.

All proceeds will go to our travelling teams.

Pop-Up Basketball Clinic with Doug Christie



We’re excited to announce that tomorrow Tuesday November 5th, the BMBA will be hosting a pop-up basketball skills clinic with former NBA player Doug Christie.

Doug Christie is a 4x All-Defensive Team player who was a Toronto Raptor from 1996 – 2000 and was known for his prowess on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court; amassing over 1,500 career steals (1.9 spg).

The TOP 2-WAY PLAYER Pop-Up Clinic will focus on skills that teach offensive and defensive approaches to gain on-court advantages.  The clinic will take place at Cassie Campbell Recreation Centre (1050 Sandalwood Pkwy W.) from 8pm – 10pm.  The cost to attend is $30 and registration will be capped at 30 players, girls and boys, ages 12 and up.  (Please bring a basketball).

To register, log into your profile at www.bramptonbasketball.com and select the skills clinic option.  As this is a first come, first serve opportunity, please register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Looking forward to an amazing clinic!!

Brampton Warriors U14 Girls Represent Canada and Claim International Supremacy at the Jr. NBA Global Championships in Orlando, Fl.!

U14 Brampton Warriors (Canada Girls): 2019 Jr. NBA International Champions

(named from L to R; starting top row)

Assistant Coach Emmanuel Amartey, Sumer Lee, Leia Brown, Jada Bediako, Milena Nenadic, Jhordane Prendergast, Hope Manglal-lan,

Head Coach Keith Johnson, Caidence Amartey, Anaya Johnson, Dwyane Wade, Tene Smith, Janae Brissett


If there wasn’t already enough to be said about the accomplishments of the U14 Brampton Girls Warriors.  An undefeated 50-0 season W/L record; champions of the Rose League, OBLx, Ontario Cup, Durham City Cup and Jr. NBA Canada Regional and now, a berth that was earned to represent Canada at the Jr. NBA Global Championship in Orlando, Fl.


The team was relentless through International Pool Play with an average 26-point differential per game; a testament to their defense as they also averaged a whopping 28 steals (per game!).  In addition, one of the games displayed the team’s balanced attack mentality as every member on the team scored.  The world was put on notice as the team went 3-0 to begin the tournament and claimed the #1 seed in playoff bracket play.  Social media outlets, group chats and message boards were singing the praises of the team, that was repeatedly mistaken for a “high school or college team.”


The International Bracket Playoffs saw a familiar style of play from the “Canada Girls”.  Full-court man-to-man defensive pressure, ball movement to attack defensive gaps and big fights for rebounds off the glass.  The team’s determined play was a nightmare for opponents as the only way to try to hang with the girls was to attempt to slow the tempo, which was consistently controlled by Canada’s style of offensive and defensive sets.  As a nation and country, we were able to watch the Canada Girls best their competition game-after-game; with the most satisfying being a 70-54 win against Latin America awarding them as the 2019 Jr. NBA International Champions (which was presented by 3x NBA Champion and Hall of Famer, Dwyane Wade)!!!


With that win, the Canada girls earned their place in the Jr. NBA Global Championship Final against the Central Girls (US), a team of returning champions from 2018 on Sunday August 11th.  A hard-fought battle of highly-skilled, up-tempo teams that brought grit to both sides of the court.  Although the outcome wasn’t what Canada had its’ goals set on, there was an admiration beaming from Canadian eyes that were glued to their screens.  Our ladies never gave up; they showed respect for themselves and their opponents and they fought until they were sure they saw zeroes appear on the game clock (and would have kept fighting if it wasn’t for the rules).  A game was lost, but a group of U14 Canadian champions were being reborn once again. 


On behalf of the City of Brampton, all of our members, executive team, sponsors and affiliates, the BMBA would like to congratulate the U14 Brampton Warriors players, coaching staff and parents for all of their dedication, drive, accomplishments and representation of our country.  You displayed a maturity, confidence and commitment to each other that is well beyond your years; and serves as an example to all Canadians, young and old of what can be accomplished when you dedicate yourself to a passion like you have.  We are proud, amazed and excited for all you have done and what is to come next!


CA-NA-DA… say what?

Braaammp-ton say what?

BMBA 2019 Summer Camps

The BMBA is offering two (2) full weeks of Summer Basketball fun in July for all types of players ages 9 – 14 for both boys and girls.  Registration Opens June 7th @6pm.  Take advantage of a discounted rate when you sign up for both weeks.

Week 1:  July 8 – 12th

Week 2: July 15 – 19th

Time: 9am – 4pm (Monday – Friday)

***Early Drop Off & Pickup Options available***

Location:  Sheridan College Davis Campus



Tickets are now available for the 2019 BMBA Awards Gala Dinner & Dance.

Date: Friday, May 10th, 2019

Don’t miss it! – Last year was a sold out event!!!


Log into your online Brampton Account to purchase tickets or you can purchase your tickets in person at the BMBA office during regular office hours.  For table reservations of (8 or more) email for details on special pricing.   All special meal requirements must be emailed to events@bramptonbasketball.com

Join Us as we recognize outstanding player achievements, coaches, volunteers and milestone award recipients.

Award recipients will be notified via email by April 27th…stay tuned.


Hosted by NBA TV personality Akil Augustine and music DJ Kid Soul.  It will be a great night! 3 course meal with complimentary wine service.


Dress code: Semi Formal

7pm Cocktail reception

8pm Dinner

8pm – 1am Reception/Awards


Tickets: $50 per ticket – 2 for $95

Children’s tickets: $40

* Reserved seating for groups of 8-12

BMBA Beginners – Powered By Jr. NBA

Introducing our new BMBA Beginners Program for Girls and Boys ages 8 – 12 years powered by Jr. NBA. This is program is for brand new players to the sport of basketball, players at a beginner level looking to develop skills in a fun filled environment and get exposure to some game play. The program starts March 25th and continues for 10 weeks finishing in early June.

Early Registration will open February 15th, 2019 @6pm SHARP – ONLINE ONLY

Limited spots available