The original members of the Central Basketball League (CBL) have merged together with 3 additional teams to form the new CBA: the Central Basketball Association. The CBA welcomes everyone to the continuance of a fresh concept in the world of minor league basketball. Strong, financially sound teams. Online video rebroadcasts of every league game. Detailed & accurate team and individual statistics. Strict adherence to National Basketball Association (NBA) rules. Taking advantage of technological resources through a user-friendly website and mobile-application. Playing in front of larger media markets. Working directly with agents and scouts as a genuine bridge for players to get overseas contracts in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and South America. All led under a strong corporate management structure.
These attributes one will not find apparent in any other minor league basketball league or organization. Until now. Welcome to the Central Basketball Association.
The 2014 season will consist of ten regular season games, in which each member team will play five games at home and five on the road, commencing on March 1, 2014 and concluding on May 11, 2014. The top four teams will compete in the post-season knockout tournament, with the semi-finals occuring on May 17, 2014, and the league Championship game being held on May 31, 2014.
#3 MYLES THRASH
(Middle Tennessee Storm)
7/13 3-PT SHOOTING
10/12 FT SHOOTING
The basketball-related content and materials contained within this website, as well as the league social media pages (including, but not limited to, video, audio, photos, text, images, statistics, updated scores, logos and other intellectual property related to the Central Basketball Association and its member teams) ("Basketball Content") are either owned by or licensed to the Central Basketball Association. No Basketball Content from this website, and respective social media pages may be reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, sold, distributed, copied, publicly displayed or otherwise used without the express written permission of the Central Basketball Association.