Today we have the Cadet's making it three in a row against Korea, some high school news and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...
First of all, a big congrats to the Cadet Team in Hamburg for handily taking care of Korea 95-74 in the first game today. They are now 3-1 going into their match up with Group B's top team Poland who needed overtime to finish their come from behind run to beat Spain 88-82 (who the Cadets beat by seven a few days ago in regulation may I add). The game will tip off at 4pm with no game feed but if you're up early, you can follow one of our colleagues, Barry Hayes from Hoop Stars Canada, at his Twitter feed @hoopstarscanada for a play-by-play. Bear in mind that Anthony Bennett was not in this game versus Korea and his status for the game against Poland is still a question mark.
We didn't get a conference call this morning as the team was MIA but here is the game summary from Canada Basketball ... Canada Basketball | COACH RANA
Here is the FIBA game report ... FIBA.com - 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men Game report ... and the boxscore ...FIBA.com - 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men Boxscore
The Can Ball Report will look to be on the morning press conference tomorrow following the game against Poland so check out our Twitter feed, @CanBallReport, for our take on the call immediately following the game.
Here is a little something on the Spanish Men's Team that is in Canada's pool for the World Championships coming up soon ... FIBA.com: 2010 FIBA World Championship Latest news
And remember that both the Senior Women and Senior Men will be playing in some exhibition games as tune ups for the Worlds. Check out the info right here at Canada Basketball's website.
And now for some high school news ...
Starting with our colleagues over at Crown Magazine and their look at another up-and-coming young player ... Michael Thorn-Finch: Hot On The Cold Side | Crown Magazine
And another look at U of Windsor getting the CIS Women's Championship ... Windsor to host top women in university basketball