Nash having back troubles, Wiggins is On Point again, Kris Joseph, Dyshawn Pierre in Canadian Content

Things that could have contributed to Steve Nash's back issues this season - Brandon Jennings. - Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Steve Nash is looking at some back issues again but he's paving the way for Canadian basketball, Andrew Wiggins is On Point plus a filthy flush clip, Kris Joseph is tearing up the D-League, Dyshawn Pierre, a whole lot of CIS stuff and more in Canadian Content ...

First we start off with the pro news ...

This is always a great story for the game in Canada ... Steve Nash working to lay a path for golden generation of Canadian basketball | Sports | National Post

But his is not good news for the elder Nash ... Steve Nash tweaked his back on Friday night against the Blazers -

Looks like Kris is picking up where he left off with Maine ... Springfield Armor and Kris Joseph begin relationship in great shape |

Mill Rats overcome 24-point deficit at halftime - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Lightning win clash of titans | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Rainmen soak Jazz | The Chronicle Herald

Lightning bolt past Summerside in overtime

Storm lose heart breaker - Basketball - The Journal Pioneer

Overtime thriller offers preview of playoffs | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Great look on a Canadian pro baller here ... Making it work in Lebanon | The Chronicle Herald

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

UD players forge unexpected friendship |

SFU basketball's double danger on the court

Here are a whole mess of high school stories ...

Check out the second part of Huntington Hopefuls from our peoples Drew Ebanks and Jay Irving for On Point ... Andrew Wiggins: HUNTINGTON PREP (HOPEFULS) Part 2 - On Point - YouTube

This is just plain wrong and ugly ... Watch Canadian hoops phenom Andrew Wiggins’ latest, greatest dunk, complete with death stare | The Eh Game - Yahoo! Sports Canada

Kentucky prospect Owootoah hails from Canada | Basketball recruiting |

Chestermere guard following familiar footsteps to the CIS | CTV Calgary News

Blues heading to OFSAA final | Basketball | Sports | Timmins Press

Saints rise over Coyotes to take Ottawa's National Capital Secondary School Athletic Association hoops final

Essex takes Tier II basketball title | Windsor Star

Ridge’s Orum pours in 46, ‘Cats backcourt duo combines for 54 as FV girls final set for tip-off | The Province

Comets win city hoops title | Windsor Star

Patriots win SOSSA title | High School Sports | Sports | Niagara Falls Review

St. Basil dominates at NOSSA | High School Sports | Sports | Sault Star

Senior Trojans earn berth in OFSAA | High School Sports | Sports | Brantford Expositor

Hawks outlast Bombers to claim Kootenay AA Girl's Basketball Crown | The Nelson Daily

Now for the entire CIS gamut from the weekend play off games ...

Jennings quickly makes his mark on U of C basketball team

Cougars women's basketball team looking for payback

Vernon Morning Star - Vernon's Kaneda caps court career in style

Viral video could help recruiting efforts - Brandon Sun

'Crazy year' set for a wild finish

Vikes shut down Bisons run-and-gun game in Canada West playoff - Sports - Times Colonist

Pandas lose triple-overtime thriller in first game of Canada West semifinal

Huskies prepare for 'an all-out war'

Lufile, Dorsey lead Capers to victory over Varsity Reds | The Chronicle Herald

MUN MEN’S BASKETBALL - Moffatt finds his groove - Sophomore turns hockey background into starting spot with Sea-Hawks - Sports - The Telegram

Cape Breton 18-1 in AUS men’s hoops | The Chronicle Herald

Vikings punch ticket to Provincials | Sports | Camrose Canadian

Sneaking By | Sports | The Link

Capers basketball teams victorious over Varsity Reds - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

Panthers win final women's basketball game - Basketball - The Guardian

Vikes rely on late surge for quarter-final win over Bisons

Vernon Morning Star - Dinos rally to brush back WolfPack

Ottawa Gee-Gees, with wise veteran Warren Ward, keep host Ryerson out of OUA Final Four | The Eh Game - Yahoo! Sports Canada

Vikes men send Bisons packing - Sports - Times Colonist

X-Women top CIS No. 3 Huskies | The Chronicle Herald

Basketball: Ottawa’s four university teams make OUAE semi-final wins

Rams lose thriller in Ottawa, won’t play in Wilson Cup | The Eyeopener

Duff: Lancers sweep hoops playoff doubleheader | Windsor Star

Mac knocks off Brock | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Thunderwolves advance | The Chronicle-Journal

Basketball Rouge et Or: doublé Lavallois pour clore la saison régulière - Basketball - Québec Hebdo

Thunderbirds' hoops season comes down to single game

Wesmen men advance to basketball Final Four - Winnipeg Free Press

Basketball ‘Birds crush Alberta, look ahead to Cascades in CW Final Four championships | The Province

Inspired effort in game three pushes UBC to final four | The Ubyssey, UBC's official student newspaper

Ravens, Gee-Gees Basketball teams advance

Capers end regular season on winning note - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

All Done in the First | Sports | The Link

Close losses seal premature end to UBC women's basketball season | The Ubyssey, UBC's official student newspaper

Boiago explodes for 30, Mac upsets Brock |

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

BramptonGuardian Article: Bruins wrap up first place

Niagara College bounced out of playoffs | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Rams hoops squads come up short to end dismal seasons - Sports - Truro Daily News

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