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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Jan 20

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If you're looking for which Canadian is playing in the NCAAs tonight, your search is over.  We have the who, when and where for our Canadian boys in action right here ...

As always, we provide the must see games that are highlighted for our Canadian basketball fans.  All times are Eastern Standard Time and check out the Can Ball Report on Twitter for any breaking game links. 

 

Jan 20

7:00pm St Bonaventure @ Massachusetts –Nicholson’s Bonnies will be facing a U Mass squad that has been competitive in recent years but not great.  This year’s Minutemen are short on bigs so Nicholson should have a dominant game in the middle.

7:00pm Charlotte @ Richmond

7:00pm Bucknell @ Lafayette – a battle to teams that feature two rising Canadian players is always good watch.  Johnson for Bucknell has be starting the last few games and Mintz has been on a tear all season for Lafayette.

7:00pm George Washington @ Dayton

7:00pm Eastern Michigan @ Central Michigan

7:00pm Buffalo @ Kent State

7:00pm Western Carolina @ Davidson – another battle of two teams that feature Canadians, this one should be very competitive.  Both Will Achambault of Davidson and Harouna Mutombo of Western Carolina may be having underachieving seasons, but they are both able to bust out at any game and this one could be it.

7:00pm Iowa State @ Texas Tech

8:00pm Lamar @ Texas A&M-CC

8:00pm Nicholls State @ Central Arkansas – Kitchener, ON’s Imad Qahwash has been a rock at the guard spot this year and has somehow managed to be the second leading rebounder for the Bear.

8:00pm Southeastern Louisiana @ McNeese State – another mid-major sensation, BC’s Diego Kapelan has been the Cowboys leading scorer all season and this game could be another big one from deep.

9:00pm Marquette @ DePaul – I’ve been hearing all week that Toronto’s point god Junior Cadougan may be playing in this game.  After tearing his Achilles in early September, a comeback this early is impressive so if he does get in the game, it will be interesting to see how he fares against DePaul’s guards.