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Today we have Tristan Thompson is coming home, Steve Nash is playing hurt, Cory Joseph is being sent to the D-League, Kevin Pangos playing like a vet, Khem Birch making visits this week, another Canadian is transferring schools and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...

We start off with some pro news ...

Steve Nash will continue to play through rib injury | ProBasketballTalk

Tristan Thompson off to a quick start with the Cavs -

Basketball a growing presence in Canada as the Cavs' Tristan Thompson gets ready for first game in home country |

Spurs Assign Former Longhorn Cory Joseph to Austin Toros | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE SAN ANTONIO SPURS

Shooting woes return - Sports - The Journal Pioneer - Miracles topple Rats | By Neil Hodge - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Small forward playing big role | The Chronicle Herald

Metro - Healthy Upshaw close to Rainmen return

This is a nice mix of former Portland Pilot and current pro Jasonn Hannibal with his current team. He looks like he got bigger ... Hopsi Polzela Rookie Mix - YouTube

And now for some NC-Double-Eh stuff ...

Former ND Prep star Birch to take visits - Boston High School Blog - ESPN Boston

Another Canadian is transferring schools it seems ... Freshman Kadeem Green leaves Missouri - ... Kadeem Green will transfer from Missouri basketball program | The Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia, Missouri

Zags’ freshmen guards play with veteran savvy - - Jan. 3, 2012

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

Academics, basketball solid fit for Adam Scott’s Matt Nelson at University of Ottawa | Ottawa Citizen

Legge returns to lineup - Athletics & Recreation - Dalhousie University

Sports Briefs: WolfPack men set for exhibition play | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Lancers restart OUA season against McMaster Wednesday

Vernon Morning Star - Pack settles for sixth in Montreal

Coach K nears 800 wins | The Chronicle Herald

Lancers put to test tonight

UPDATE: Langley Times - TWU basketball: Spartans back in action

UPDATE: The Brunswickan | Defence woes continue for women’s basketball

UPDATE: The CIS Blog: Men's basketball: Predicting Carleton's dominance

UPDATE: Ryerson National Invitational Tournament: NPH Player Evaluations -

UPDATE: Victoria, UBC, Alberta and Saskatchewan Sitting On Top Of Canada West -

UPDATE: A big welcome back to our colleague Mark Wacyk. We're looking forward to your insight for the second half ... CIS Talented Axemen look to return to Nationals

CCAA UPDATE: Concordia Basketball - YouTube