Determination Sports Academy

Our History

BDA Basketball Program, BDA Select Inc. is a non-profit incorporated registered in the state of Texas since 2017. Our focus has been on young female athletes and building self-esteem, leadership skills, and self-confidence through a disciplined process of teaching basketball fundamentals and promoting teamwork, while displaying good sportsmanship and attitude. We focus on athletic development with a strong emphasis on academics and success after athletics.

BDA is dedicated to providing opportunities in which players of all levels have a chance to learn, grow, and develop physically, mentally, and socially on and off the basketball court. We hope the experience the participants have with our organization will lead to more success in Middle School, High School, College, and into their work life’s.

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Things To Know!

Playing Time

Playing time is based upon talent, commitment, game-time situations and other coaching decisions. Parents/Guardians must understand that playing time will not be equal regardless of the financial commitment towards traveling expenses.


It is extremely important for player(s) to commit to attending all practices. The BDA organization believes that player development occurs in practice.


It is important for player(s) to demonstrate commitment to the team that they are a part of. When commitment lacks from one individual on a team, the entire team suffers, which is unfair.

 Parent/Guardian and Fan Behavior

BDA believes that our highly qualified coaches create the great experience for your daughter. BDA coaches/staff therefore asks parents/guardians and all fans to abide by a series of beliefs listed below.

 1. Let the coach do the coaching. Parents/guardians and fans are not to coach from the sidelines during the game.

2. Our development structure believes that each player should be gaining instructions from only the coaches throughout practice and games.

3. All parents/guardians and fans should respect their coach and display sportsmanship at all tournaments, scrimmages, and practices.

4. Parents/Guardians and fans should remember that BDA look to create a positive learning environment for your daughter and that everyone involved in this process, including parents/guardians, fans and coaches need to be positive role models.