It's OK folks, Nash is only out for a week - for now... - Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE
Steve Nash is gonna be out a little while longer, Young Wiggins budded the anti-Lebron, Kyle Wiltjer is a candidate for a breakout season according to CBS Sports, lots of NC-Double-Eh, NBL Canada, CIS new and more in this edition of Canadian Content.
First we start off with some great news for our wheelchair basketball teams ... Canadian Paralympic Committee form agreement with Invacare - Canada Olympics | Examiner.com
Next up is the pro stuff ...
Don't know if I agree with this article ... Pro Basketball: Steve Nash misses Captain Canada boat : The Canadian National Newspaper
A great mention of Steve Nash here ... Knowledge of game keep Knicks' Jason Kidd and Lakers' Steve Nash playing at high level despite closing in on 40 - NY Daily News
I've been hearing this for a little bit ... Canadian Basketball: Toronto not far away from an NBL team : The Canadian National Newspaper
Looks like we have at least two Canadians heading to the D-League this year ... SecretRival: 2012 D-League Draft Results. Make note though that Harouna Mutombo, despite showing as being a pick for Idaho, is actually being sent to Santa Cruz. Best of luck to him and Liam McMorrow this year.
Next we have some NC-Double-Eh looks for you ...
A nice look here on Mizzou freshman Negus Webster-Chan ... Good first step for Missouri rookie Tiger Extra - Mizzou Sports | ColumbiaTribune.com
Kyle Wiltjer happend to make this list of potential breakout players for CBS Sports ... 2012-13 College Basketball Previews - CBSSports.com
Big shout to baller Deanna Kerkhof for getting this honor ... Kerkhof's having a ball | Sports | Chatham Daily News
A nice story here on Diana Lee at Boise State ... Boise State women's basketball throttles Lewis-Clark State | Boise State Basketball | Idahostatesman.com
Not a good start to the season for Roger ... Dugas suspended for nine games | The Pendulum
Check out these high school stories ...
Next is a busy weekend in the CIS ...
And last but not least we have some CCAA stories ...