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Canada Basketball's charity screening of the LeBron documentary More Than A Game will be huge, Andrew Nicholson is now a pre season All Conference coaches pick and in SLAMonline in the same week, Marvell Waithe's long basketball journey to play D1 ball is finally over, St FX's Coach K is approaching a coaching milestone and other assorted Canadian basketball goodies in this edition of the Can Ball Report's Canadian Content.  


Show your support for our National Program and get to see More Than A Game with some of Canada's best ballers.  Canada Basketball | MORE THAN A GAME CANADA BASKETBALL CHARITY PREMIERE

Ok, so I don't mean to toot the preverbial horn, but here's a look on a soon to be star in the Atlantic 10 conference by your truly.  Canada is offically on the map now people!!!  SLAM ONLINE | » Bonni-fide Talent

On top of that the coaches in the conference picked him for a pre season all conference team.  Nicholson named A-10 Preseason All-Conference - ST. BONAVENTURE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

Toronto's Marvell Waithe will finally suit up for a D1 team. TCC's Waithe commits to Arkansas | | Tallahassee Democrat

For all of you that got game in the Nova Scotia aream the Halifax Rainmen are looking for some players for the coming PBL season. The tryout is tomorrow y'all! News

The Rams will play host to a Euroleague team's developmental squad today.  Ryerson Sports & Recreation: Press Releases

The legend of Coach Steve Konchalski is reaching epic proportions as he nears a milestone.  StFX 

A great story on Durham Lords' Kelsey Hare. | Whitby's Kelsey Hare contributes to Durham Lords win

A big turnaround happening on the hardwood at Fleming College in Peterborough.  Knights go from 'whipping boy' to powerhouse - Peterborough Examiner - Ontario, CA

UVic Viking women looking extend winning ways into the regular CIS season. | The University of Victoria's Independent Newspaper

Here's a great story of a player from the U of Regina.  Mole warming up to life in Regina