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     Welcome to another year of COBRA Basketball. The Central California Junior Asian Basketball Association (CCJABA) is a non-profit organization that provides the opportunity for children of Asian descent to play organized basketball. Teams are organized by age and gender, starting from Kindergarten up to post high school. Membership is open to male or female children and adults of Asian descent. ( Asian refers to a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent. It includes people who indicated their race(s) as “Asian” as “Chinese”, “Filipino”, “Indian”, “Vietnamese”, “Korean”, “Japanese” ) A player is eligible to play after completion of the registration/waiver of liability form, signed player code of ethics/parent responsibility form and payment of their yearly dues. Our 2015-2016 season runs from October 2015 to August 2016.

The purpose of CCJABA is to provide the opportunity for children and young adults to play competitive basketball within their age and skill level. Skill levels start with an Instructional division for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades. Other divisions include “E” division, which includes third and fourth grades. “D” division includes fifth and sixth grades. “C” division is seventh through ninth grades and “B” division is grades ten through twelve. A” division is post high school. The goal of CCJABA is to cultivate a clean, wholesome, competitive spirit, promote good fellowship and sportsmanship and develop high ideals of character.

The dues for 2015-2016 are $225 for the first child and $175 for each additional child in the same family due no later than September 30, 2015. Registration fee AFTER the due dates are $250 for the first child and $200 for each additional child in the same family. This covers the cost of uniforms, equipment, insurance, gym rentals for practices, 2 outside tournament fees, and the COBRA tournament in June. Fees for additional outside tournaments will be the responsibility of each team. Members of the Board and Coaches are all volunteers and do not receive payment from the organization. Because dues do not cover the total cost of running the organization, there will be fundraisers during the season.

Last year, CCJABA supported 15 Cobra teams with 135 registered players. They participated in tournaments throughout California. Parents/guardians of the players are responsible for the administration of the organization* and are required to participate in all organization fundraisers. CCJABA will be hosting their 18th annual Central Cal Cobra Tournament in June 2016. This tournament draws in over 100 teams from all over California, and is our main fundraiser for the year. Without a successful tournament, this organization would not be able to operate financially, so we require all families to participate in this fundraiser.


Registration Dates & Locations:

  • TBD
  • Fresno Family Dharma Center
  • 2690 East Alluvial Avenue, Fresno 93720
  • Time: TBD

Returning Players ONLY

  • Drop off location: 755 North Peach Avenue – Suite A3, Clovis 93611
  • South East Corner of Peach & Alluvial – Facing Alluvial
  • Time: 4:00pm to 9:00pm



Checks should be made payable to: CCJABA

If you have any questions regarding the CCJABA organization, please contact:

Joe Kuramoto



* We are a parent run organization. Every team requires a coach and at least one team parent. The team representatives not only represent their team during discussion and deliberation of issues, but also report back to their team on items discussed, current events, practice schedules and up-coming tournaments. Please let us know if you are able to help in any capacity. You can also become a board member of our organization. CCJABA Board meetings are held on the second Monday of every month. Everyone is welcome to attend.



Download Registration Forms: CLICK HERE

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