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Code of Conduct

Framingham Youth Basketball strives to have the reputation as tough, clean, competitors who play hard, yet show class across the board -- parents, players, coaches.

Parents/Fans
We ask that parents set the tone for behavior.  Some of the gyms we play in can be loud.  Please don't let your behavior escalate potential issues.  Rather, let your actions, body language, and words be respectful to the officials, the players, the opposing team, and the coaches.

Positive Coaching Alliance posted a great article on parenting athletes.  Please click here to read.

We want to be a respected program and that starts by giving respect to the officials and opposing teams and their fans/parents.

Players
Please remember that you are not in the NBA.  Reactions, body language, and facial expressions seen in many NBA games are not those we want our players emulating.  Players must realize that you are representing your family, your team, your city, and this program.  We expect players to demonstrate humility in victory and respect in defeat.  After every game, the expectation is that you will leave your uniform intact (sneakers tied, shirt tucked in, etc.) and shake the hand of the opponent and officials while looking them in the eye and wishing them "good luck" or "good game."  

Do Not's

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Do's

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