Good Luck With Your 2020 Season

Optimism is sky high this time of year as we begin our basketball seasons. Coaches and players have worked extremely hard with aspirations of winning district titles, qualifying for the playoffs, and ultimately earning a trip to the state tournament!

From my high school days when only one team per district qualified for the playoffs to nowadays where up to four teams punch their playoff ticket, the excitement is palpable. Many district races come down to the outcomes of games on the last day of the regular season. Still, other districts’ playoff reps are determined via tie-breaker games.

Rarely does any season go smoothly without some form of adversity. As coaches, we need to right the ship for our team when the going gets rough. Players look to coaches for direction in navigating these turbulent times. We, as coaches, are at our best when providing leadership and guidance for our student-athletes. May you all have healthy successful seasons!

Best Swishes, Mike Carrabine, 2020-2021 TABC President

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TABC CLINIC

May 13-15, 2021, San Antonio, Texas

A few changes will take place for the 2021 TABC Clinic due to St. Mary’s graduation falling on the same weekend as the clinic. TABC has committed to keeping the clinic in San Antonio, keeping it on the weekend following the UIL state track meet and hosting it in a venue where coaches can see the speakers with on court demonstrators. Thursday morning begins with the annual golf tournament and clinic registration. Coaches who have committed to speaking include Billy Clyde Gillispie, Tarleton State men, Jason Burton, TAMU-Commerce women, Johnny Estelle, TAMU-Kingsville men, Raegan Pebley/Hannah Howard, TCU women, Nell Fortner, Georgia Tech women, Bob Starkey, Texas A&M women, Cayla Petree, Gulf Coast State women, Kermit Davis, Mississippi men, Kelly Graves, Oregon women, Ravon Justice Sam Houston women, and Jerome Tang/Alvin Brooks III/Josh Jakus, Baylor men. Be sure to pre-register for the 2021 clinic to save money and to avoid delays when having to register on-site. The TABC All-Star games will be played at the Trinity University and the All-Star banquet and Hall of Fame induction banquet will be at the Airport Hilton ballroom on Thursday and Saturday respectively. Additional speakers will be announced as they are confirmed. TABC has negotiated special clinic prices with the host hotel and other nearby hotels. Look for more information on those soon.

TABC CLINIC

May 13-15, 2021
San Antonio, Texas

A few changes will take place for the 2021 TABC Clinic due to St. Mary’s graduation falling on the same weekend as the clinic. TABC has committed to keeping the clinic in San Antonio, keeping it on the weekend following the UIL state track meet and hosting it in a venue where coaches can see the speakers with on court demonstrators. Thursday morning begins with the annual golf tournament and clinic registration. Coaches who have committed to speaking include Billy Clyde Gillispie, Tarleton State men, Jason Burton, TAMU-Commerce women, Johnny Estelle, TAMU-Kingsville men, Raegan Pebley/Hannah Howard, TCU women, Nell Fortner, Georgia Tech women, Bob Starkey, Texas A&M women, Cayla Petree, Gulf Coast State women, Kermit Davis, Mississippi men, Kelly Graves, Oregon women, Ravon Justice Sam Houston women, and Jerome Tang/Alvin Brooks III/Josh Jakus, Baylor men. Be sure to pre-register for the 2021 clinic to save money and to avoid delays when having to register on-site. The TABC All-Star games will be played at the Trinity University and the All-Star banquet and Hall of Fame induction banquet will be at the Airport Hilton ballroom on Thursday and Saturday respectively. Additional speakers will be announced as they are confirmed. TABC has negotiated special clinic prices with the host hotel and other nearby hotels. Look for more information on those soon.

TABC CAMP OF CHAMPS

June 2021, Georgetown, Texas

The TABC, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches, invites your son or daughter to come and find out why the TABC Camp of Champs has come to be known as “the basketball camp FOR the basketball player.” Over the past 28 years, these camps have become a Texas Hoop Tradition. Our primary goal each summer is to help every player improve his or her skill level, while expanding their Basketball I.Q. and most importantly, having FUN! The TABC Camp of Champs Experience is guided by the ideal of helping each player by putting “the FUN in Fundamentals.” Our reputation for the camps has come from a focus on “All Basketball, All the Time!”

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CAMP OF CHAMPS

June 2021, Georgetown, Texas

The TABC, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches, invites your son or daughter to come and find out why the TABC Camp of Champs has come to be known as “the basketball camp FOR the basketball player.” Over the past 28 years, these camps have become a Texas Hoop Tradition. Our primary goal each summer is to help every player improve his or her skill level, while expanding their Basketball I.Q. and most importantly, having FUN! The TABC Camp of Champs Experience is guided by the ideal of helping each player by putting “the FUN in Fundamentals.” Our reputation for the camps has come from a focus on “All Basketball, All the Time!”

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