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Steve Nash still out, Kris Joseph debuts in D-League, Dyshawn Pierre and more in Canadian Content

Steve Nash seems out indefinitely, Kris Joseph had a monster D-League debut for Maine, Dyshawn Pierre playing well for Dayton, lots of NBL Canada, CIS action and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...

And it's 27 days and counting for Nash being out of the Laker lineup ...
And it's 27 days and counting for Nash being out of the Laker lineup ...
Stephen Dunn

First we start off with the pro news ...

And this is beginning to drag a little ... Lakers point guard Steve Nash expects to be sidelined into next week - Press-Telegram

And this could be a reason why I suppose ... Lakers G Steve Nash still hasn't been able to jog -

And how different could it really be is what I want to know ... It'll be different ... when Steve Nash comes back - Los Angeles Lakers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles

Big D-League debut for Kris ... Kris Joseph scores 28 in NBA D-League opener; Arinze Onuaku gets double-double |

Storm grinds out win - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Can Lightning stay on top as other squads evolve? | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Storm setting the standard in marketing - Columns - The Journal Pioneer

Storm makes roster move - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Williams’ turn to lead charge | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Durham's Team Suffer A Tough Road Loss to the NBL Champs, 126-107

Big second quarter keys Rainmen victory - Basketball - The Guardian

Rainmen whip Express by 18 | The Chronicle Herald

Storm, Rainmen deal fails to materialize - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Rainmen get back to .500 mark after weathering the Storm | Metro

Check out this NC-Double-Eh look ... UD's Pierre adjusting well to life in USA |

Now for some high school stuff ...

Big shout to our peeps at Drive Basketball for winning this award ... Richmond Review - Drive Basketball wins Young Entrepreneur Award

Nation’s top basketball recruit makes stop in Charlotte - College -

National team experience helps

Jadon Cohee: Work towards run at 2013 title began the day after last-second loss in 2012 | The Province

Here is the CIS news from a busy weekend ...

Owen Klassen: The morality of the matter - CUP Newswire

Vikes convert on the line to defeat Pandas on the road

University of Victoria Vikes' offence in Goodis hands

They're Valley girls through and through

Short-handed Vikes dropped by No. 10 Bears

LU basketball teams impressing early | Other Sports | Sports | Sudbury Star

Badgers blown away by Gaels | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Lady Hawks need points to feather the nest - Sports - The Telegram

WolfPack women fall short in fourth | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Lakehead Thunderwolves men's basketball team's early season woes got no smaller

Lakehead Thunderwolves women's basketball team defeated 70-46

Champs roll over Rams

On the road home: Aaron O’Brien back in the province as V-Reds clash with Sea-Hawks - Basketball - The Western Star

Gee-Gees score ‘big win’

Huskies win in emotional game for Hogberg

Vernon Morning Star - UBC Okanagan Heat rolling wins

Vikes Men Drop Second on Road, 90-74 to Saskatchewan

It looks like it's the east's turn in the OUA ... East returns to respectability

Vikes women stay true to ranking, put Huskies away

Colley’s 32 points lead SMU | The Chronicle Herald

Lakehead University men's basketball team defeated 82-67 on Saturday

Basketball Marauders stuck in losing rut

Hawk cagers still searching for consistency | therecord

T-Birds end skid with win against Alberta, split weekend road tripThe Ubyssey

Capers men continue winning streak, women suffer setback - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

And last but not least we have some CCAA looks ...

Hurricanes' Bowden lets play do talking - Basketball - The Guardian

Camosun Chargers hoops teams hope to get on a roll at home

Hurricanes dig out of deep hole - Basketball - The Guardian