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Asian Basketball competition in Boston is rich with tradition. Since 1970, the Hurricanes organization have been solid and consistent participants of the North American Chinese Basketball Association Tournament (NACBA). The club's notable achievements was winning the 2004 Elite Men's and 2018 18u NACBA Divisions. The Boston Hurricanes continue to be ingrained in the fabric of the area's basketball landscape.  The Hurricanes have outreach programs to the community to include all those interested in basketball.  


More recently, the formation of the Asian Basketball Championship in North America (ABCNA) promises a broader expanse of Asian competition. Our Men’s, 18U, 16U and 12U teams played in the 2019 ABCNA Regional in New Jersey capturing the 12U Championship. The Hurricanes are proud to have committee representation to assist governance and develop the mission of the organization.

Junior's Basketball

The Boston Hurricanes Juniors Basketball Team plays in local and regional Chinese, Asian and Open tournaments and leagues.  Youths in middle and high school having an interest in playing on the juniors’ teams are encouraged to contact our coordinator for upcoming events.

Coaches: Sam Moy, Ron Chin & Steve Lee

Coordinator: May Woo-Mok

Men's Basketball

The Boston Hurricane Basketball Team plays in local, regional and national Chinese and Asian American Basketball Tournaments and Leagues. Our team also plays in local leagues to maintain their personal and develop team skills. Individuals interested open play or tryouts are welcomed.  The team plays all year round.

If you're interested in Men's Basketball, please contact the coaches.

Coaches: Roger Chow


Big Wind: Boston Hurricanes 2022 Short Documentary  

Check out this documentary about our 2022 Boston Hurricanes Basketball Junior Program made by Catherine Wang. 

Catherine is a Chinese American storyteller and writer originally hailing from Los Angeles. She is also a current graduate student at Harvard University. She watched her younger brother grow up playing Asian American basketball at home in LA, and wants to continue to share and celebrate these communities and the stories that come from them.  

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