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Today we have more on the Steve Nash documentary, Myck Kabongo, more NBL news, Matt Bonner, Khem Birch, some high school tournaments, lots fo CIS news and more in this post Thanksgiving edition of the Canadian Content's Weekend Roundup ...


First we start off with some pro news ...

Doc focuses on Steve Nash, a ‘refreshing subject’ - The Globe and Mail

Steve Nash: NBA Star and Adman | Adweek


Video: Get to know Matt Bonner a bit more | October - Basketball prospect lives dream | by dwayne tingley - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Storm players arriving Saturday - Basketball - The Guardian

Upshaw vying for spot with Rainmen - Sports -

Rainmen apply for $150,000 city grant to host all-star event - Metro - - Local accountant struts his stuff at Mill Rats tryout | ANDREW RANKIN - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada


And here is a nice little NC-Double-Eh story on our favorite freshman point man ... Is Texas Freshman PG Myck Kabongo the Next Rondo? | The Hoop Doctors 

And one that includes Mr. Birch ... Pitt’s Dixon Counting on Frosh to Contribute |


And now for some high school news ...

Webster-Chan chooses Mizzou - The Herald Dispatch

Negus Webster-Chan Has TIGER-Blood | Flagrant Fouls Webster-Chan Happy And Hopes To Add Teammate

St Mary’s Tip-Off Classic (2011) Tournament Standouts | Crown Magazine

Simon Now An Oak Hill Warrior | Crown Magazine

REDA Thanksgiving Showcase: Let the Games Begin! -

Here is a story that includes some Canadian names ... The Rebuttal: Basketball Factories - The Husky Haul - A Washington Huskies blog 


And last but not least we have some CIS stuff ...

Pan Am Games key for Riverin

Bears defeat Cougars - V-Reds can't hold on | By COLIN MCPHAIL - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada
The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds women's basketball team let a 10-point halftime lead slip away in the opening match of the Accreon Helen Campbell Tournament, losing 70-67 to the Bishop's University Gaiters. - Grewal, Moedt lead Cascades past Bearcats

York Lion, 6'10 Centre Stefan Hayes Signs with Pro Team in Kosovo -

TRU WolfPack Women's Basketball Defeats Mount Royal in Exhibition - McAleenan lands national basketball coaching position | laura macinnis - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada - V-Reds second at Campbell tourney | By The Daily Gleaner - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Men's Basketball to Host Carleton in Exhibition -