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Nash hurt already, FIBA knows Wiggins is #1 in 2014 and more in this edition of Canadian Content

Steve Nash is already hurting after two games, FIBA knows Andrew Wiggins is the top pick in 2014 Draft, Montreal's new NBLC team starts Sunday, a couple of talented ladies commit to NCAA schools and lots of CIS and CCAA news here ...

After 50 minutes of Laker action, this may be the bench position Nash may be in for a while.
After 50 minutes of Laker action, this may be the bench position Nash may be in for a while.
Stephen Dunn

First the pro news ...

Steve Nash does not fit into Lakers offence -- but it’s early

NBA: Steve Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers looking for the right path - ESPN

This is not a good sign to the season ... Steve Nash hurt as Los Angeles Lakers lose to Portland Trail Blazers to remain winless -

Now for lots of NBL Canada stuff ...

Montreal Jazz to open Sunday | The Chronicle Herald

Retooled Rainmen open season packing offensive punch | Metro

Express on track

WFCU Centre's new hoops floor called 'economical' - Windsor - CBC News

London Lightning set to open National Basketball League of Canada season | Metro

Windsor’s Vrcelj comes home to play pro basketball | Windsor Star

Check out this NC-Double-Eh looks ...

Yikes ... Myck Kabongo's eligibility still in question as Texas Longhorns prepare for season - ESPN

Utah Men’s Basketball: Bachynski emerges as a surprise | The Salt Lake Tribune

Now for a few high school stories ...

Interesting Sportsnet story here - by a fan. I guess they do have basketball content ... Fan Fuel: Canadian Andrew Wiggins next big NBA star? -

FIBA knows the deal ... Wiggins rolls ahead of Parker, likely No 1 NBA pick in 2014 | FIBA.COM

Bound for big-time college hoops - Sports - The Telegram

Emma Wolfram (’13) Commits to Gonzaga | Crown Magazine

BramptonGuardian Article: Basketball Bears wrap up regular season at perfect 8-0

Next up some CIS stories ...

U of R women's basketball team draws motivation from the painful past

Langley Times - Athletic Spartans ready to run

New faces of UBC men’s basketball click quickly, earns ‘Birds surprising No. 2 CIS ranking | The Province

Calgary Dinos basketball youth movement tips off against Manitoba Bisons

WolfPack looking to take next step | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

UFV ranked Top 5 in Canada

Pandas focus on all pieces of puzzle

Bobcats build for playoff race - Brandon Sun

Cougars working hard to improve on last year

Turnovers no problem for U of S squad

Hoop Huskies display a variety of looks on court

And last but not least we have a few CCAA looks ...

Three Rizea sisters to suit up for St. Clair basketball team | Windsor Star

BramptonGuardian Article: Bruins bounced early from Bash

Nanaimo News Bulletin - VIU women bring new dynamic to court

VIU's Jones out to fly on his own

Nanaimo News Bulletin - VIU men want to play relentless style

Quest hoops set to tip off | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC

Les Nomades veulent se retrouver parmi les meilleures équipes - Basketball - Courrier Laval