Canadian Content - Weekend Roundup

Today we have a busy weekend in the NBL, four Canadians among the top 50 shooters in the NC-Double-Eh, Steve Nash and a whole lot of CIS and CCAA news for you right here in today's weekend roundup edition of Canadian Content ...

 

We start off this edition with some pro stuff ...

Has Nash turned into Jose Calderon? ... Steve Nash: The Man, the Myth, the Defensive Liability | Bleacher Report

  

Lightning to road test mental toughness | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

London struck by Lightning | London Community News

Storm off to winning start - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

telegraphjournal.com - A high-priced proposition | Randy O'Donnell - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

timestranscript.com - Miracles coach still evaluating talent | by neil hodge - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Storm wins second straight - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Lightning strike two more times | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

Metro - Rainmen’s season off to rocky start

UPDATE:  timestranscript.com - Fowler helped bring major sports to Moncton | by neil hodge - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

UPDATE:  telegraphjournal.com - Mill Rats fall in home opener | Andrew Rankin - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

 

Now for a couple of NC-Double-Eh looks ...

There are a few Canadians on this list ... Top 50 shooters: Jenkins, Redford among the best from downtown - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com

YorkRegion Article: Former Denison Huskies star Pangos tops poll  

UPDATE:  Naismith Preseason Top 50 - Early Edition - CBSSports.com 

 

And here is a high school story that has Anthony Bennett as one of the top players left unsigned in the early signing period ... Unsigned Hype: A Look at the 20 Uncommitted Top 100 Players | Hoopniks

Wolfram surprises with Team Canada | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News 

 

And here is a rare Junior College look that includes a Canuck ... Chattanooga State aims for dual nationals again | timesfreepress.com

  

Next up we have some CIS stories from a busy weekend ...

Varsity Blues basketball poised for successful season | The Toronto Observer

New faces abound with WolfPack | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

WolfPack women win basketball opener | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Women Vikes roll in opener

Bobcats split home openers with Wesmen - Brandon Sun

dailygleaner.com - Gillespie back in the game | By BILL HUNT - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Wesmen aim to restore pride - Winnipeg Free Press

Vikes men use experience to turn up heat in hoops

Lakehead Women Lose to Minot State, 76-74 in OT - NetNewsledger.com - NetNewsledger.com

Cougars can count on sharpshooter Clark

Gaiters Men's Basketball drop second straight game on U.S. road trip

UPDATE:  WolfPack men stage rousing comeback | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

UPDATE:  Not half bad is not good enough for Lady Hawks - Sports - The Telegram

 

And last but not least we have some CCAA stories for you here ...

Sea-Hawks newcomers could provide a much-need lift - Sports - The Telegram

College Report: Waldher thriving north of border

Rams have rough opening weekend - Sports - Truro Daily News

UPDATE:  Holland College men sweep opening games - Sports - The Guardian

UPDATE:  timestranscript.com - Mounties split basketball games | Times & Transcript Staff - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

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