Today we have Steve Nash being an All Star again at 38, Nirra Fields is selected to the McDonald's All American Game as likely the first Canadian female, a nice look at Kevin Pangos and a lot more in this edition of Canadian Content ...
First we start off with some pro news ...
Phoenix Suns’ Steve Nash continues to defy calendar - News from The Arizona Republic
NBA all-star game: Steve Nash fourth player to earn spot at age 38 or older - thestar.com
Nash talks ASG nod - YouTube
Storm drops the ball in NBL of Canada loss to Lightning - Sports - The Guardian
Lightning bolt zaps Storm | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press
Next is a great NC-Double-Eh story ... College Sports | Freshman guards making an impression at Gonzaga | Seattle Times Newspaper
Now for some high school things ...
IF you don't already know (and you should) Nirra Fields was selected to the McDonald's All American game ... Two Mater Dei players selected to McDonald’s All-American team - OC Varsity : OC Varsity
Anthony Bennett, Top Recruit from Nevada, Considering UNLV, Other Schools
Canadian high schoolers on fire | Home | Toronto Sun
It's time for high school hoops to use shot clocks - Brantford Expositor - Ontario, CA
Standing Pat for another year - St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Region, Sun Media - Ontario, CA
LIT adds new wrinkles to 60th annual tournament
Oldham, Panthers pursue excellence
Dairy Town Classic: NPH Player Evaluations - Northpolehoops.com
9th Annual Guy Vetrie Tournament Draw And Schedule | Crown Magazine
Here are some CIS stories for you ...
Canada West playoff breakdown | Other Sports | Sports | Winnipeg Sun
Spartans tame WolfPack
2012 seniors night brings it all full circle for Thunderbirds’ Nate Yu, born to run at War Gym | The Province
Axewomen defeat Huskies for 12th straight victory | The Chronicle Herald
Wellsie World: Thoughts on Refereeing - CIS Hoops
Top CIS Freshmen: Part 5 - Canada West - CIS Hoops
And last but not least we have some CCAA news for you ...
Rams have tough night against Mystics in ACAA hoops - Sports - Truro Daily News
Mountaineers steal two from Knights