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Nash still out, waiting on Thompson, Allison McNeill, lots of Canadian POWs and more in Canadian Content

Steve Nash is projecting two more weeks, Cavs are patient with Tristan Thompson, Allison McNeill on the fence about coaching the SWNT, lots of Canadian kids earned weekly honors, NBL Canada and CIS news, the Grizz old floor and a lot more in Canadian Content.


A couple of nice stories on SWNT head coach Allison McNiell ...

Talent tempts coach to stay

McNeill watches BC’s best prep girls at Tsumura Invitational, ponders future with ship-shape national team program following London 2012 | The Province

Now for a few pro looks ...

Umm, yeah ... Steve Nash Reveals He's About Two Weeks Away | NBC Southern California

Cleveland Cavaliers P.M. links: Patience with Tristan Thompson; looking for a win tonight in Detroit |

A whole lot of NBLC news ...

Hoop dreams do come true - Sports - Cornwall Seaway News

Holmes won’t be suiting up for Storm - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Lightning tie league record with victory over Rainmen | The Chronicle Herald

COCHRANE: When is a trade a done deal? | The Chronicle Herald

Storm bounces back - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Express add three new players | Windsor Star

Lightning’s Richardson named Coach of the Month | Your online newspaper for London, Ontario

Check out his interview with Carl English ...

Now for some NC-Double-Eh news ...

Nebraska and Michigan Earn Big Ten Weekly Awards - BIG TEN CONFERENCE Official Athletic Site

Dominating Performances By Edwards and Watson Jr. Lead to MBB Weekly Honors - - The Official Website of the America East Conference

Wicijowski and Roberson named Pac-12 players of the week > Pac-12 Conference > Basketball (W)

Also a big shout to Naana Ankoma-Mensa for being named player of the week in Northeast Conference

A great story here on emerging player Rashida Timbilla at UMass ... The Daily Collegian

And the SFU women continue to climb ... Clan women continue to climb the hoop rankings

Here are a few high school things ...

For my francophone peeps ... Andrew Wiggins, un nom à retenir | Plus de sports |

Strong Grade 12 core leads Tigers to title

Telus Classic tips off the high school basketball season

Jaksic turning heads on court

Hooked on Hoops | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Biggar things ahead for Rampado | High School Sports | Sports | Niagara Falls Review

Lots of CIS hoops news here ...

Here is the last Top Ten poll before the winter break in action for the men and women.

UBC women grab two basketball wins

U of R Cougars hand Cascades first loss of season

U of R' Cougars' Mole working his way into shape

T-Birds women's basketball enters winter break with three-game win streakThe Ubyssey

'Cats squander 12-point lead against Spartans - Brandon Sun

Laurentian cagers swept on weekend | Basketball | Sports | Sudbury Star

Capers men run winning streak to seven - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

'December madness' for Wesmen Classic | Basketball | Sports | Winnipeg Sun

Ramsey a good fit for Bobcats - Brandon Sun

On the up-and-up - The Manitoban

If you're in the Brandon area, this could be something to help your shot ... NBA shooting specialist to run local clinic - Brandon Sun

'Tis the Wesmen Classic season - Winnipeg Free Press

Laurentian's Polishchuk learning life's lessons | Basketball | Sports | Sudbury Star

Now for the CCAA stuff ...

Here is the Top 15 for the men and women before the break.

Jones hits five three-pointers in Saints' third-quarter rally

Mariners rally falls short

Nanaimo News Bulletin - Mariners in good position after fall b-ball schedule

And last but not least, if you really needed some new hardwood for the living room or the practice court this could be for you ...

Vancouver Grizzlies practice court for sale 11 years after NBA franchise left for Memphis -

Vancouver Grizzlies practice floor for sale on Craigslist, 11 years after team leaves town | Metro