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Today we have Kris Joseph, Michael Grange on Tristan Thompson, Nash to Orlando rumors, some NBL Canada news, Kevin Pangos is in the Top Ten for this season's freshman says CBS Sports, Khem Birch takes a visit to New Mexico State and a whole lot of CIS stuff right here in this edition of Canadian Content ...

We start off with our best shot at a medal this summer ... Canada wheelchair basketball teams get time in the sun - The Globe and Mail

Next we have the pro news ...

SLAM ONLINE | " Steve Nash Finds it ‘Sweet’ that Dallas Mavericks Won NBA Title

NBA Trade Rumors:Orlando Magic Could Acquire Steve Nash Pending Paternity Test | Bleacher Report

Thompson more Nash than Magloire | Basketball | Sports | Toronto Sun

Grange on Raptors: Thompson a true Toronto pioneer -

For Lightning, top ranking means little | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

Metro - Rainmen thriving with defensive philosophy: Owner

Oye! Times | NBL Canada Suspends Jerome Brown and Fines Paul Campbell | Oye! Times

Visiting Storm trips Miracles in NBL of Canada action - Sports - The Guardian

Next we have a few NC-Double-Eh looks for you ...

Canadian Joseph climbs atop hoops ladder | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

Check out who's number ten on this list ... Freshman of the Year: Kidd-Gilchrist takes No. 1 -

An intriguing prospect, Birch visits with Aggies - Las Cruces Sun-News

Next up some high school stuff ...

Pitt Meadows hoping to repeat 2010 win at BRIT

Maple Ridge News - Pitt Marauders off to BRIT tourney

It's V-ball over B-ball for Ryan

SMUS falls to Fighting Irish

And last but not least we have lots of CIS stories for you ...

Big shout to our people at The CIS Blog for this look ... The CIS Blog: Men's Basketball: Five storylines to watch in 2012

Klassen gains international experience - Basketball - The Register/Advertiser

TheSpec - Lancers take two from Mac in OUA basketball

The Brunswickan | Men’s hoops go 1-2 over in holiday tournament

Trinity Western: Faith, hope and good at the charity line

Big man, big loss: U of S basketball star Brudehl likely out for season

Huskie basketball women get back to business after trip south

WolfPack coaches not making any predictions | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Spartans down visiting Bisons

Action packed weekend for the Lakehead University Thunderwolves -

Vikes gear up to battle top tier Canada West teams

UFV's ladies snag silver in Ontario

Clemencon sparks Lancers

Prince George Free Press - Japanese speed the difference on UNBC court

Boris Bakovic Back in Action for Dinos, Calgary Looks to Make Second Half Push! -