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Today we have Suns' guard Steve Nash talking about sleep, Waterloo's May Kotsopolous is an All American, Toronto's Duane Notice putting us all on notice, the U17 FIBA World Championship for Women schedule, a new lady ball team looking for players and a whole lot more in today's Canadian Content ...


Check out Captain Canada's column in Men's Journal here ... Steve Nash on Sleeping Easier | Men’s Journal

FIBA has released the inaugural U17 World Championships for Women and here is the info on it:  

Schedule here - 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women Latest news

News here - 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women Latest news


Wayne Dawkins and PHASE 1 Basketball are looking to ready a team for the Women's Blue Chip Basketball League.  Any ladies that think they have game can check out the site for the necessary info to get started on the way ... Lady Elite 1s Semi- Pro Team Tryouts | PHASE1 Basketball


Canada's T-Mac, Todd MacCullough, will be holding his Hoop School soon.  Check it out the info here ... Basketball Manitoba - Todd MacCulloch Hoop School set for 9th year

Two Vermont Canadian ballers have garnered awards this week:

May Kotsopolous has earned Academic All American honors from ESPN The Magazine.  Congrats to May for her hard work!  Women's Basketball : University of Vermont

Montreal's MoJo is the Vermont male athlete of the week - Men's Basketball : University of Vermont


Our collegue Tariq Sbiet over at has penned a great story on Toronto high school baller Duane Notice.  Check it our here ... SLAM ONLINE | » Put on Notice

And lastly we have a whole host of CIS news for you with the Play Offs just around the corner including the CIS Top Ten ...

CIS:CIS Top Ten Tuesday (#26): Top-ranked teams head into playoffs

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