ABOUT THBA

COMMUNICATION - CLEAR & CONSISTENT.     ORGANIZATION - ALWAYS HAVE IT.     ATTITUDE - BUILD POSITIVELY.    HONESTY - AT ALL TIMES​.     CHARACTER - BUILD IT

Team Hines Basketball Academy is an independent non-profit organization based out of Sicklerville, New Jersey, and was founded by Kyle Hines and Rich Bolds in 2011. THBA is dedicated exclusively to the development of amateur student-athletes,  promoting principles of teamwork, physical health, sportsmanship, discipline, and spirituality. THBA is open to male athletes, ages eight to 17,  that participate in AAU and U.S. Junior Nationals. THBA offers a variety of programs including clinics, individual instruction, and developmental programs, aimed to help each athlete reach their full potential on and off the court.

THBA requires each player to participate in all practices, unless excused, as well as participate in basketball development clinics and sessions, as these activities will enhance player skills through proper coaching arranged by THBA coaching staff. Most importantly, to participate in any THBA activity, each player must maintain a GPA of at least 2.0. Academics remain at the forefront of TBHA priorities. Therefore, if need be, tutors will be referred to players that need assistance. For questions and concerns, please feel free to click here. You will receive a response shortly.

INTEGRITY
INTEGRITY

The coach must act with integrity in performing all duties owed to athletes, the sport, other members of the coaching profession and the public.

PERSONAL CONDUCT
PERSONAL CONDUCT

The coach must maintain the highest standards of personal conduct and support the principles of fair play.

RESPONSIBILITY TO OTHER COACHES
RESPONSIBILITY TO OTHER COACHES

The coach's conduct toward other coaches must be characterized by courtesy, good faith, and respect.

COMPETENCE
COMPETENCE

The coach must strive to be well-prepared and up-to-date in all duties so that the respective discipline is fulfilled with competence.

ATHLETE'S INTEREST
ATHLETE'S INTEREST

The coach must act in the best interest of the athlete's development as a whole person.

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RESPECT FOR
OFFICIALS
RESPECT FOR OFFICIALS

The coach must accept the role of officials in providing judgment to ensure that competitions are conducted fairly and according to the established rules.

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THE

SIX THBA

PRINCIPLES

THBA STAT LINE

CAMP

PARTICIPANTS

2000+

$10,000+

SCHOLARSHIP

AWARDS PROVIDED

500+

AAU BASKETBALL

PLAYERS

3650+

DAYS OF SERVING

THE YOUTH

50+

AAU TOURNAMENT

CHAMPIONSHIPS

200+

COMBINED YEARS OF BASKETBALL EXPERIENCE ON STAFF