The Abbotsford Basketball Association is a place where basketball players of all ages can come together to find information about all-things-basketball in Abbotsford.
This includes tournaments, camps, skill sessions, leagues, news stories, funding options, community events and more. The ABA is the place to go if you want to find information or share information about basketball in Abbotsford.
We are a not-for-profit organization who allocates profits towards scholarships, funding for individuals who cannot afford programming, and community events.
In Transition: Joel Friesen Joel Friesen is one of five Canadians on the London Lightning, part of the National Basketball League. Friesen, Abbotsford raised, was an integral component to the back-to-back championships in 2017 and 2018 with the London Lightning, as well as the NBL Championship he won his rookie season with the Halifax Hurricanes. […]
Story written by CBC Bearcats Athletics: After 3 seasons with the Bearcats Men’s Basketball Team at Columbia Bible College, Matthew Boulton has announced his resignation as CBC Bearcats Head Coach, which took effect April 30th. During his time with the Bearcat squad, Boulton brought a fresh and extremely competitive perspective and coaching style to a […]
By: Blake Murphy Raptors 905 announce 2018-19 coaching staff We knew a few of the names already, but Raptors 905 unveiled their full coaching staff under new head coach Jama Mahlalela for the 2018-19 season on Wednesday. Here is a quick rundown of the names. HEAD COACH Jama Mahlalela will move from the front row […]
Abbotsford Basketball: August 6th to 11th – U-17 Girls’ Canada Basketball National Championships – Fredericton, N.B. Jayden Gill represents Abbotsford at the U-17 Canada Basketball National Championships: Abbotsford had a sole representative on the U-17 Girls’ squad – Jayden Gill. Jayden is a point guard for the Robert Bateman Timberwolves (AAA) who are not ranked […]