Today we have more on Wayne Parrish leaving Canada Basketball, Casey Archibald, Nate Philippe heading south to coach, more Dolphin Basketball Classic, a possible American to UNBC and more in today's edition of Canadian Content ...
First let's start off with more on Wayne Parrish. The Can Ball Report wants to wish Wayne the best of luck in his new position and would want to congratulate him on his great efforts and success in his brief stay with the National Program ...
Parrish out as Canada Basketball boss, joins Postmedia Network - The Globe and Mail
Change coming to Basketball Canada | Basketball | Sports | Toronto Sun
Parrish will keep hand in hoops - thestar.com
Update - the Women's Cadette Team is now out of medal contention after a loss to France ... Canada Basketball | FIELDS' 30 POINTS NOT ENOUGH TO PUSH CADETTES INTO TOP 8
And for all you National Program watchers out there, Canada isn't the only country having a problem getting their brightest players to come out to rep ... Painful Start for Team USA | Dime Magazine (dimemag.com) : Daily NBA News, NBA Trades, NBA Rumors, Basketball Videos, Sneakers
Update - here is the latest news from the Development Team ... Canada Basketball | CANADA'S DMNT RALLIES PAST GREAT BRITAIN
Casey Archibald is looking to make an impression with the Development Team ... Salmon Arm Observer - National team names Archibald
In Wheelchair Basketball news ... Hoops star scores big
Here is a great high school story on a baller who also runs ... Alex Berhe's great journey of discovery
In NCAA news, we want to give a big shout out goes out to Nate Philippe for signing on as the new assistant coach at the University of North Dakota. We wish you all the best sir ... Men
And here we have a great CIS look at Ryan Barbeau ... Barbeau sets sights on title - Belleville Intelligencer - Ontario, CA
In CCAA news, UNBC may have an American to add to their roster soon ... BCLocalNews.com - Timberwolves look to add a player . . . and may lose one
And here is a story from the Dolphin Basketball Classic ... Former Pacer hoop star still going strong