The annual All Canada Classic 2011 is slated for tomorrow so don't forget to come out and support this great basketball event.
Today we have the Cadettes bringing home a Bronze from the U16 championships, the Junior Men starting camp for their medal hunt, UNBC will get to play in the big league, lots of CIS, high school and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...
First we give a very big shout to the Cadette Women's team that earned a Bronze at the U16 FIBA World Championships over the weekend ...
Canada Basketball | CADETTE WOMEN WIN BRONZE QUALIFY FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Canada takes bronze at U16 women's FIBA tourney - The Globe and Mail
Cadet Women's National Team 2011 - Coach Perspective: Canada vs Brazil
The Junior Men started their training camp this weekend and will be off to Latvia for the U19 Championships ...Canada Basketball | JUNIOR MEN I'll look to be at the training camps this week before they so look out for updates and Tweets.
Now for some pro news ...
telegraphjournal.com - Hoops league courts Year 2 franchises | Randy O'Donnell - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada
timestranscript.com - Moncton takes pass on pro hoops - for now | by neil hodge - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada
NBL team in Barrie? - The Barrie Examiner - Ontario, CA
Metro - NBL Canada explores options for eight-team circuit
Congrats to Krista Phillips who has signed to play in Australia for the coming season ... O'Hea's return a massive boost - Basketball - Sport - Dandenong Leader
And now for some high school stuff ...
Ty Scott is staying in the Maritimes it seems ... Acadia Men
Richmond Review - 'Commander' Mattu helps lead Canada to FIBA hoop semis
Teammates become provincial rivals - Lloydminster Meridian Booster - Alberta, CA
Now for some CIS stories ...
Hanson gets former star on board
Chambers jumps at a shot with the Vikes
Vernon Morning Star - T-Wolves bag Barton
Davies resigns as men's UPEI basketball coach - Sports - The Guardian
Last but not least we have some CCAA looks for you ...
BCLocalNews.com - UBC’s Okanagan teams to compete at Canada’s highest level
Lambton's new hoops coaches - The Sarnia Observer - Ontario, CA