K.V. Slammers rep teams for 2019-20 season
Rep team programs
The KVBA Rep program's objective is to develop players to play basketball at a more competitive level with a focus on both individual and team skills.
Players will represent the KVBA at invitational tournaments and Provincial Championships. KVBA will, when possible, strive to align our Competitive Rep Teams with the programming levels recommended by Basketball New Brunswick.
To play at the Rep level requires commitment, dedication, and a strong work ethic. There are at least two practices a week and games are usually scheduled for Sundays. Our Rep teams travel throughout the province and potentially out of province for games or tournaments. Most games and tournaments will be played on weekends.
The KVBA expects a player to commit to 85% of games and 85% of practices. If this commitment is not possible, we ask that players do not try out for the Rep Program. Please ensure that the player can make the commitment to practices and games before they decide to try out for one of our Rep teams.
There is an additional rep fee cost to cover the Team’s operating costs (i.e. Refs and tournament fees). KVBA Rep Guidelines can be found on this page, please take a moment to review them. The guidelines are extensive and contain valuable information surrounding Coach selection, Team selection and Player expectations.
If you have any questions, please contact the KVBA Rep Director via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A message to KV Members
Hello KVBA community,
As we prepare for the final weeks of the first half of our 2019-2020 season, I want to, on behalf of the board of directors, wish you all the best during this exciting time of the year.
We hope you have enjoyed the KVBA season to date and the great benefits this sport offers. The developments we are seeing on the court is remarkable.
The KVBA is one of the oldest and largest associations in the province. We are thrilled you are a member of this great association. This year, we are celebrating our 45th anniversary and before we know it, plans will for our 50th anniversary will be underway. Some great accomplishments, to say the least.
As teams hit the court this weekend, we encourage everyone at all levels to continue to respect this great game – whether it is through interaction with coaches, volunteers, officials, parents or opponents. Basketball New Brunswick’s code of conduct is a great guide to follow and share with the players in your household to discuss the best course of action each time at the gym.
We will soon into our annual holiday break and then our second half will be going before we know it. Make sure to check with your coach and/or manager about specific times during December and early January.
Good luck this weekend and enjoy the action on the court.