A new SWNT coach, Olynyk, Bhullar, Wiggins, Stauskas, Sacre and more in Canadian Content

Kelly's playing his way into the Lottery is seems ... - USA TODAY Sports

Canada Basketball names a new SWNT coach, stories on Kelly Olynyk, Sim Bhullar, Nik Stauskas and Anthony Bennett, Andrew Wiggins is West Virginia Player of the Year (duh), Robert Sacre in a tattoo battle with Chris Douglas-Roberts and more in Canadian Content ...

First we start of with a few looks on the new SWNT head coach Lisa Thomaidis ...

Canada Basketball names Lisa Thomaidis coach of senior women’s team - The Globe and Mail

Lisa Thomaidis hired as new coach of Canadian women’s basketball team | Toronto Star

U of S hoops coach takes on the world

Now for the pro stuff ...

This is a battle of epic proportions ... T.A.T: CDR vs Sacre | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS

Williams set to start anew | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Making the right calls - Columns - The Journal Pioneer

Canadian the odd man in | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Lightning are ready and waiting be it Miracles or Rats

Check out this interview with Kitchener, ON native and current pro baller Imad Qahwash talking about playing in China ... TheHoop-la.com - Canada's Premier Basketball Portal - Interview With Pro Imad Qahwash: International Pro Basketball Player

Now for a whole lot of NC-Double-Eh stories ...

Canada's rising star power in basketball evident as March Madness begins

Canadians to watch in March Madness - Sportsnet.ca

This is a great story on Kelly Olynyk from our man at Sportsnet Michael Grange ... Grange on NCAA: The transformation of Olynyk - Sportsnet.ca

Toronto's Sim Bhullar prepares for March Madness - Toronto - CBC News

Sim Bhullar, New Mexico State’s 7-foot-5 center, draws a crowd on the court and off it | The Dagger: College Basketball Blog - Yahoo! Sports

Canadians taking centre stage on hardwood - Sportsnet.ca

Saskatchewan basketball star ready for the madness - Saskatchewan - CBC News

Sim Bhullar: The biggest star in the NCAA tournament is a 7-foot-5 Indo-Canadian from New Mexico State. - Slate Magazine

HOLDING COURT: Nik Stauskas’ growth into a sharpshooter - The Michigan Daily

March Madness spotlight shines on Canadians set to play key roles in NCAA tournament

New Mexico State Has a Canadian Pipeline - NYTimes.com

Scout.com: Bennett Now A Known Entity

Gonzaga’s Kelly Olynyk the real deal: Canadian hoops icon Leo Rautins

Canadians following Nash's lead into tourney

Here are a few high school looks for you now ...

A little anti-climatic since Andrew Wiggins is National Player of the Year but it's still cool ... Huntington Prep's Wiggins earns Gatorade state honor - Prep Sports - The Charleston Gazette - West Virginia News and Sports -

Two Canadian players verbally commit to UMaine men’s basketball team — Sports — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine.

Rebels rewrite record book

Surrey’s Tamanawis perched at No. 1 in The Province’s Pre-Preseason Super 15 rankings | The Province

Hoopla opening-day schedule undergoes major changes due to weather

Crusaders blew away Double A teams

Tamanawis poised for great 2014

Here is a nice bit of CIS transfer news ... Clarke is going home | canada.com

And last but not least we have some CCAA stuff here ...

JAC Islanders finish 6th in CCAA national championships - Basketball - The West Island Chronicle

Jeffers leads Langara to national bronze

DurhamRegion Article: Durham Lords tap LaFontaine as next women's hoops coach

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