Starts February 1st
As long as you turn 30 in-season you are eligible to play in “Over 30” Legends Draft Leagues. They are perfect for players that want to still compete and play basketball, but against players within their own age bracket. All games are played at Cambridge Athletic Club with new Covid Guidelines.
Starts February 2nd
The (A Draft) 4v4 League will be our top level draft league for the Winter 2021 season with games being played at Cambridge Athletic Club with our new Covid Policies. If you are an individual and want the best possible competition, this is the place to be.
Starts February 4th
The (B Draft) 4v4 League is by far the most popular Draft League in the C.A.C. Basketball community as it heads into its 34th season. All teams will be made up of players who like to play basketball, get a run in and to push themselves athletically. All games are played at Cambridge Athletic Club with our new Covid Policies.
Starts February 6th
This is the 20th season of the Saturday Draft League and it’s hard to imagine CAC Basketball without everyone’s favorite weekend rumble. We will again be playing late enough in the morning to give any booze hounds the chance to wake up and still make it to their games. This is another great draft league that is open to ALL players! All games are played at Cambridge Athletic Club with new Covid Guidelines.
Wednesday or Friday Nights or Sunday Mornings
Starts February 3rd, 5th or 7th
This season there will be an “A” and “B” division of our 4v4 team leagues to ensure that games are being played by teams that are of similar competition levels. Like all our leagues, we strive to make them competitive within each division of play. Games will be played at the Cambridge Athletic Club with new Covid Guildlines.
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Starts May 6th
The Franchise B League will run for the 13th season on Wednesday nights and will be open for players that want the unique experience of the Franchise League at more of a ‘B Draft’ skill level on the court and the offseason will be filled with many decisions for the captains that have to manage payroll, add new players and possibly even make trades or cut players. Individual players in this league earn a ‘salary’ that counts against their captain’s salary cap. Players have the option of playing on the same team for multiple seasons, giving everyone in the league a new layer of strategy and commitment.
Tuesday or Thursday nights – Individual or Team Entry
Starts May 5th or 7th
The Co-Ed League is back! Your team can get all the best that CAC Basketball has to offer (2 officials & a scorekeeper tracking stats and posting write-ups) at $300 OFF the Standard League Price for the SPRING 2020 season! Two women are required on the floor at all times for each team and we believe this will give the league a true co-ed vibe while still allowing as many teams as possible to participate in the league. This league is going to have all the same rules and regulations as our other CAC Basketball leagues with an You can sign-up as an individual or with a full team for this league
Starts May 7th
This is C.A.C.’s top level league and its teams are making another glorious run at immortality. Make no mistake about it, this league is STACKED with many very talented players. Each team has 5-6 former high-level college players and has played together for a few seasons. This league features the best possible competition in the Boston area!
7 teams MAX at the MLK Jr School for the SPRING 2020 Season.
Wednesday or Thursday nights
Starts May 6th or 7th
The B1 5v5 League is entering its 34th season of CAC Basketball play and will once again be played on Wednesday nights at the Cambridge YMCA or Thursdays at the Kennedy-Longfellow School. It’s a popular and long lasting league because there are many basketball players that want a great, competitive league, but aren’t former D1 all-stars. The league is incredibly competitive and rosters are loaded with former college players and high school standouts.