SI takes a shot at Wiggins, he responds with a 50-point game, Watson charged and more in Canadian Content

Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE

Sports Illustrated takes a shot at Andrew Wiggins, and Canadian ballers in general, in a story and Wiggins goes for 57 points, Rowan Barrett receives Marley honors, CIS and CCAA play off action around the corner, Tyrone Watson is officially charged and more in Canadian Content ...

Big shout to Rowan Barrett for being recognized for his great work in the basketball community ... BARRETT RECOGNIZED ON BOB MARLEY DAY TORONTO | Canada Basketball

Now we have some pro news ...

Surmacz back in lineup for Express

Storm announces huge ‘Pilates Party’ - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Express roll past Power 127-93 | Windsor Star

Express in high gear

Lightning find missing juice jolt | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Now for a few NC-Double-Eh looks ...

This American newspaper recognizes the Canucks making a difference for their NCAA team ... Canadians key on college hoops teams - SFGate

This does not look like it will end well for Watson ... New Mexico State basketball player Tyrone P. Watson charged in beating case - ESPN

Clan women knock off Nanooks

Clan women give Alaska the chills

Now for some high school stories ...

Here is a story on Young Wiggins with some not so nice undertones for Canadian basketball as a whole in Sports Illustrated ... Can Andrew Wiggins deliver Canada its biggest hoops star in history? - College Basketball - Pete Thamel -

And this is what happened in the Wiggins game the evening of the SI story's release ... Naismith candidate Wiggins scores 57, silences criticism - The Herald Dispatch

Nigerian twins boost fortunes of Surrey high school basketball team

Chargers rising in B.C. rankings

Local Sports | St. Albert Gazette

One year after her passing, Tessa’s spirit lives on through charity, tourney and a special day | The Province

Catholic Classic delayed until Saturday | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Father Michael Troy Basketball Classic ‘monumental’ for St. Joseph

Owls try to get over hump at own tourney - Sports -

St. Clair's Dunn Commits to Saint Francis Xavier X-Women

New friendships, old traditions at Coal Bowl Classic | The Chronicle Herald

Airdrie basketball teams cap off busy weekend | Acv - Local Sports | Airdrie City View

Beauchamp's courage echoes on, off of court

Now for the CIS stuff ...

CIS’s new boss Pierre Lafontaine between a rock and a hard place

‘Unbelievable’ Allin does it for dad | Your online newspaper for Waterloo, Ontario

Langley Times - Break helps Jackson re-discover passion

Lady Hawks clinch play-off berth | the Muse

Cougars men's basketball team playing for pride

The Playoff Puzzle | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Cougars' women's basketball coach switching things up

UFV in hunt for playoffs

Katie Polischuk expanding her game with Cougars

Chilliwack Progress - Cascades stifle Heat in weekend road games

Crunch time for 'Wolves | The Chronicle-Journal

Lancers head north to face Thunderwolves | Windsor Star

Badgers sweep away Golden Hawks | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Mac eyes second spot after Guelph torching |

And last but not least we have some CCAA looks ...

Seabrook battles back

Lady Vikings remain undefeated | Other Sports | Sports | Camrose Canadian

Players not responsible for losing streak | Windsor Star

RUSTLERS LOSE A WILD ONE | Basketball | Sports | Lloydminster Meridian Booster

Douglas D helps clinch playoff

BramptonGuardian Article: Basketball Bruins rebound for pair of victories

Huskies host Rattlers in last home game of season | Basketball | Sports | Fort McMurray Today

Surrey Leader - Eagles in the playoffs

Huskies hope to secure home playoff date

Association hopes to organize basketball on the island - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

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