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Today, we have some more Steve Nash talk, Huntington Prep comes to Ontario, Tristan Thompson, a nice look on Quebec native Djim Bandoumel, a whole lot of CIS and CCAA action in the final regular season weekend and more in this Weekend Roundup edition of Canadian Content ...

First we begin with the pro news ...

Trade talk aside, Suns' Steve Nash staying put

Steve Nash Again Refuses To Ask For Trade; Debunking Suns 'Cheap' Myth, Again - Bright Side Of The Sun

SUNS: How Steve Nash Made the Leap

Ageless Nash flies over Phoenix ashes

Trade talk aside, Suns’ Steve Nash staying put - Sports News from The Arizona Republic

Thompson shows Cavs' forward thinking

Canadian basketball league takes off, with eye on coming to Ottawa-Gatineau.

Rainmen look to deal at trade deadline | The Chronicle Herald

Metro - Rainmen finally knock off NBL Canada’s top squad

UPDATE: Wright nets 27 in Rainmen rout | The Chronicle Herald

UPDATE: Rainmen zap Lightning | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

UPDATE: Brandon Robinson Named Player Of The Week For Second Time :: :: A View Like No Other

Here is a nice look at Ontario native and former pro baller Dave Thomas ... Ex-Spartan teammates partner in East Lansing business | Lansing State Journal |

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

Vandals' Bandoumel leaves them smiling - - Feb. 17, 2012

Burnaby university split women's hoop matchups in tight conference race

UPDATE: Page, Kabongo Chosen For Men's Basketball Weekly Honors - Big 12 Conference - Official Athletic Site

UPDATE: Nicholson, Holloway, Esho Earn A-10 Weekly Awards - Atlantic 10 Conference Official Athletic Site

UPDATE: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference - PSAC Men's Basketball Athletes of the Week/Weekly Report - 14

Next up some high school stories ... Offers continue to roll in for Jersey junior

This is an interesting article I think ... High school athletes will suffer with loss of fifth-year "Victory Lap," experts say -

St. Patrick’s Fighting Irish, Louis Riel Rebelles decide to stay at home to play in OFSAA boys’ AAAA basketball championship | Ottawa Citizen

Nsenga sparks Irish to decisive run

Senior guard Cole inspires win over No. 1 Owls

Huntington Prep Vs. NLP Recap And Standouts | Crown Magazine

Cape Breton Lands Kashrell Lawrence | Crown Magazine

Now for the CIS stuff ...

U of R Cougars’ women’s basketball team looking to stay undefeated

Big games for different reasons

Lakehead Thunderwolves Basketball To Wrap up Regular Season -

Cougars' perfect season on the line against Huskies

Lancers Peklova, Abbott part of basketball powerhouse

Sudbury Northern Life - Sudbury News - Community Information Leader - Northern Ontario

U of R Cougars women’s basketball team goes 20-0

UVic men clinch first with style in one of best basketball games played at McKinnon

Big Mac turns McKinnon into madhouse, Vikes nail plethora of treys, top UBC for Pacific title | The Province

UBC women top Vikes, make seamless fast break into playoff prep for Pandas | The Province

Huskies' guard Lackie not lacking in perseverance

Lancer veterans to be honoured

Acadia sweeps UPEI in AUS basketball play | The Chronicle Herald

GuelphMercury - Gryphon hoopsters lose, but gain playoff berths

TheSpec - McMaster sweeps Laurier in season finale

Women Marauders heading for basketball playoff

Win gives Mac free pass to playoffs

Ravens complete perfect regular season

Gee-Gees women sole owners of East title

Vikes, Cascades stay home, 'Birds hit the road

Senior's heat-seekers inspire Vikes victory

Ravens complete perfect regular season

Lakehead University women's basketball team fought valiantly to a 82-68 win -

Laurentian men earn hosting rights - The Sudbury Star - Ontario, CA

The CIS Blog: Men's basketball: Predicting Carleton's dominance

UPDATE: Vikes will take any help they can get against red-hot Dinos

UPDATE: Dorsey stars as Capers overpower Tigers | The Chronicle Herald

UPDATE: TheRecord - What happened to the Hawks?

And last but not least we have a few CCAA stories here ...

Cassandra Knievel carving out her own career with Thunderbirds

Quest defends home court | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC

Algoma U. sweeps Sault College - Sault This Week - Ontario, CA

SAIT Trojans | News Detail

Reynolds powers MSVU to win in men’s hoops | The Chronicle Herald

UPDATE: Frederick, Reynolds star for Mystics | The Chronicle Herald