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Nash is out another week, Wiggins in Kentucky, XRM is Up Next and a whole lot more in Canadian Content

Steve Nash is out yet another week, Andrew Wiggins answers questions in Kentucky, Xavier Rathan-Mayes is Up Next on the Score, Andrew Nicholson comes home (but loses) plus a whole lot of NBL Canada, CIS news and more here in Canadian Content ...

Andrew Nicholson came home to a hero's welcome in Toronto, but there was no Magic on the floor...
Andrew Nicholson came home to a hero's welcome in Toronto, but there was no Magic on the floor...
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First we start off with some pro news ...

I think we've heard this one before ... Lakers guard Nash out for "at least another week" - Yahoo! News

Nash and Howard Cross Paths, Creating Imposing Pair -

Nice surprise for Nash -

Cleveland Cavaliers' Tristan Thompson is asked to become more active |

A great interview with Andrew Nicholson's college coach (I've talked to him before, great guy) ... Mark Schmidt with Jeff Blair -

Orlando Magic rookie and Canadian Andrew Nicholson is excited to play the Toronto Raptors in Toronto on Sunday -

Toronto debut just another game for Nicholson | Raptors | Sports | Toronto Sun

McNeill on Magic: Nicholson's debut at 'home' -

Jerry Sullivan: School’s back in session for Bona grad Nicholson - Sports - The Buffalo News

Can you guess which Canadian is on this list and what spot ... NBA Development League: Top 10 Point Guards in NBA D-League

Shine the light(ning) | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Storm stretches basketball streak to four wins - Sports - The Guardian

Express forward Surmacz scores 31 points in loss to Storm | Windsor Star

Lightning keep the excitement going past Montreal | Your online newspaper for London, Ontario

Rainmen fade at home as Moncton dominates 109-87 | The Chronicle Herald

Storm drops two of three in Ontario - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

In case you missed it Sunday, try to find a way to check it out ... TV movie The Phantoms revisits aftermath of fatal high school van crash

Next up is the NC-Double-Eh stuff ...

UD freshman Pierre on fire in victory |

ISU BASKETBALL: Melvin Ejim, Mr. Phi Kappa Phi | – Des Moines news & weather from WHO Television

A great story on the emergence of the Vermont women's program that had one of their all-time greats who was a Canadian ... Vermont Quarterly : University of Vermont

And here are a few high school stories ...

Q&A: Andrew Wiggins talks UK, fans, recruiting after game at Scott Co. | Recruiting

This is another instalment of our man Jason Thom's series Up Next featuring XRM ... UpNext feat. Xavier Rathan Mayes - YouTube

Knights sweep hoops double dip | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

YorkRegion Article: Newmarket Raiders reign as queens of court

BramptonGuardian Article: Three-peat complete for Campion

Now here are some stories from a very busy weekend in the CIS ...

Ontario University Athletics - IN THE PAINT: It's that time of year again

U of R Cougars finding out what Brown can do for them

Tough night for Bobcats - Brandon Sun

Prince George Free Press - Lady Timberwolves dealing with a small roster

No. 1 ranking requires perspective: UBC men's hoops coach

RMC sidelined - Queen's Journal

Big man provides power for Vikes

Hoop Huskies still a work in progress

Basketball Badgers split with Ravens | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Gee-Gees hoops teams make a statement at home

Spartans upset Vikes' perfect record

Basketball Gee-Gees too much for Marauders

Gee-Gees women’s hoops team takes a stand against McMaster

Vikes improve at home with win over Spartans

Fourth-quarter magic lifts Vikes over Spartans

Goodis, Yeboah pace Vikes to back-to-back wins

Gee-Gees beat Brock Badgers

Marauders let Ravens slip through their fingers

Gee-Gees women’s hoops team takes a stand against McMaster

Four games, four losses for locals on the court Saturday | therecord

Tough test shows UBC men's basketball what it takes to be topsThe Ubyssey

Dinos women’s hoops remain undefeated

Panthers escape with hoop victory | The Chronicle Herald

Capital split for basketball Badgers | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Brave new basketball world

Alberta’s hoop teams dominate Pronghorns

And last but not least are some looks from the CCAA ...

DurhamRegion Article: Durham Lords to retire Anthony Batchelor's No. 32

Knights start on winning note | Basketball | Sports | Sault Star

Mountaineers toppled by Falcons in basketball

Quest b-ball teams take three out of four | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC