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Canada Basketball's VIP charity screening of More Than A Game in support of the National Programs headlines the To Do basketball events next week but is previewed here.  Also in store is a look at the U of Saskatchewan's Huskie Tourney, some Canadian talents commit to NCAA schools, Canada will host an inaugural FIBA wheelchair event, A great highlight reel, Chris O'Leary looks at ball shoes used in another sport and the Toronot Star's David Grossman looks at the GTA's high school girls scene in this edition of Canadian Content. 


People, people.  If you haven't already heard, Canada Basketball will be holding a special VIP charity screening of the LeBron documentary More Than A Game Oct. 27 at the Scotia Bank Theater in Toronto at 7:00pm.  This will be a night to celebrate the successful summer of the National Program and you'll get to hang with some of the playesr, coaches and other special guests.  Check out the link for more details or check  This is a must do event for sure.  Support the game in Canada people!!!  Nike Basketball - More Than A Game - US

Mississauga native Andrew Nicholson is a possible All Conference selection this season.  The coaches say so. Nicholson named A-10 Preseason All-Conference - ST. BONAVENTURE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

The Saskatchewan Huskies are hosting a tournament beginning today.  Huskie hoopsters showcase talent as hosts of pre-season tournament

David Grossman looks at the high school girls basketball game in his blog.  School Sports blog

Canada will play host to an inaugural wheelchair basketball event.  Canada Basketball | CANADA TO HOST INAUGURAL U25 WOMEN

Our favorite sports writer/sneaker head has penned another one for his column in SLAMonline.  SLAM ONLINE | " USC’s Custom Kobe IV

Some early commitments from Canada's finest high school basketball talent. 


Dylan Ennis chooses | Crown Magazine

And a great highlight real about a rising baller from the Toronto area.  Meet the best 13-year-old basketball player in the country - The Dagger - NCAAB - Yahoo! Sports