Airborne Athletics is now the
“Official Supplier for Basketball Training Aids” for TABC. Airborne
Athletics will make a financial contribution to TABC for scholarships
and other TABC expenses. But, the biggest contribution will be
determined by how many of our member schools use Airborne Athletics.
When evaluating a purchase of a basketball shooting machine, please
give the Dr. Dish machine consideration. TABC receives a percentage of
the revenue from all Dr. Dish purchases done by TABC member schools.
Airborne Athletics is located in
Minnesota and has been a resource for basketball programs since 1997.
Make sure to support Airborne Athletics and other TABC sponsors who
help us remain the best state basketball association as well as the
On Sunday, June
16th, 2013 the TEXAS BASKETBALL MUSEUM will have a Grand Opening and
dedication of the Slater Martin Room, a 450 square foot expansion that
will emphasize National Records accomplished by legends of Texas High
School Basketball players and coaches. The Museum is located in
Carmine, Texas half between Austin and Houston on Hwy 290. We plan on
starting the ceremony at 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please
contact Bob Springer at 1-800-364-4667 or email at: email@example.com
Fuddruckers is now the “Official
Restaurant” of TABC with the signing of a five year agreement. Fuddruckers
will make a financial contribution to TABC for scholarships and other
TABC expenses. But, the biggest contribution will be determined by how
many of our member schools use Fuddruckers. Make plans to take your
team as often as possible and present your school name and tax ID # to
the cashier, even if your players pay on their own. TABC receives a
percentage of the revenue generated by our schools.
Fuddruckers is located throughout
the state and is known for high quality food and service. Make sure to
support Fuddruckers and other TABC sponsors who help us remain the best
state basketball association as well as the biggest.
The Texas High School Basketball
Museum is located in Carmine, Texas (one block off Hwy. 290 between
Giddings and Brenham) The owner is Bob Springer and he also owns the
antique shop located next door. The museum contains memorabilia from
many of Texas basketball greats and has a special room that houses all
of the inductees selected for the Texas High School Basketball Hall of
Fame. If you plan to be in the area, call Bob (713-898-7667) or e-mail
him to set up an appointment. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The 6th Annual Tex Preps Basketball Magazine is
available now online at: www.texprepsbasketball.com and is also available statewide at Barnes & Noble, Hastings
and Borders locations by October 1. Be sure and click on the Newstand
Locator link on the website for exact store locations. Thank you for
your continued support of the official magazine of the Texas
Association of Basketball Coaches. We appreciate all of the coaches who
take the time to return team questionnaires and put the publicity and
recognition where it belongs ... on the hundreds and hundreds of kids
who play basketball in the state of Texas. Please help us by telling
your players about the magazine and how to get it as well as your
friends and family who enjoy Texas high school basketball. Thank you
again for your support and encouragement!
narratives about the 341 boys’ state basketball champions since 1921
and the 249 girls’ state basketball champions since 1951 go to:
As the most influential
person on the basketball court, and in the interest of good
sportsmanship and sound educational endeavor, I, the basketball coach
from the great state of Texas
will strive to abide by the following:
Demonstrate sportsmanship and positive human relations on and off the
Work with officials to insure the integrity of the game, to mutually
exemplify high moral character, behavior, and leadership.
Respect the opponent, initially extending and providing a warm, safe,
and friendly playing environment, and summatively
displaying modesty in victory and graciousness in defeat.
Respect the integrity and personality of ALL
athletes, coaches, administrators, media and fans.
Know and abide by the rules of the game.
Demonstrate proud, positive interest in my profession through personal
improvement and the directed encouragement toward membership in the Texas
Association of Basketball Coaches.
Strive to genuinely promote learning by supporting all academic
endeavors of all athletes for their entire career.
Support all school educational programs by appreciating the importance
and integral worth of these endeavors.
Encourage, through standards of conduct, direction and example, the
growth and development of leadership, initiative, and good judgment in