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Today we have a few Steve Nash and Cory Joseph looks, a couple of Ontario girls are heading to Division 1 for next season, a nice look at Huntington Prep, and lots of CIS, CCAA and high school play off action plus more all right here in Canadian Content ...

First we start off with some pro news ...

Phoenix Suns' Steve Nash relatively down from the line this season

Not much help for Steve Nash, but he forges on

DurhamRegion Article: Cory Joseph plays 37 minutes in first NBA start

Metro - Anderson out indefinitely after cutting hand

Now for a nice NC-Double-Eh story ... Burnaby athlete named to the GNAC academic all-star men's team

Next up a lot of high school stuff right here ...

Huntington Prep’s after-school special: Basketball players attend classes at St. Joseph’s Central Catholic, then play for the Express - The Washington Post

Point guard recruit Whyte brings 'fast but calm' game to UW women's team | Green Bay Press Gazette |

UW women's basketball: Canadian point guard eager to hit ground running next season

Simcoe Article: Barrie’s Lukan off to Green Bay

This is another article about the move to cut the Grade 13 in Ontario ... Victory lap on its last legs? | London | News | London Free Press

Saints gunning for seventh consecutive NOSSA championship - The Sault Star - Ontario, CA

Ernestown ready for another challenge - The Whig Standard - Ontario, CA

Vancouver basketball Saints get high school tournament approval

Lower Mainland boys AAA draw complete, but zone’s future has some big hurdles to clear | The Province

Legal threat gives independent school berth into tournament

Crusaders bounce back - The Whig Standard - Ontario, CA

NiagaraThisWeek Article: Spartans hold off Cougars for Zone 3 AA hoops title

Vancouver basketball Saints march into tourney after legal threat

Peace Arch News - Dykstra resigns as White Rock Christian hoops coach

Now for the CIS stories ...

This is a pretty cool story about a pretty cool doc ... Hoops movie bounces to screen

The CIS Blog: Canada West Men's Basketball Update - Playoff Preview

The CIS Blog: Men's basketball: And the Prescient About Carleton Award goes to...

Kamloops This Week - TRU basketball women set for first-ever playoff game

Baker breaks Golden Bears

Lancers win OUA men’s basketball playoff | Windsor Star

GuelphMercury - Gryphs cage Hawks in playoff shocker - The tie that binds Wilfrid Laurier University

TheRecord - Laurier men lose, women advance

Mustangs end women Marauders basketball year

Women Stangs swat foe | Western Mustangs | Sports | London Free Press

Gee-Gee show signs of finding direction

Buzzer Beater Clinches First | Sports & Lifestyle | The Link

Huskies take home-court winning streak into men's basketball playoffs

Cougars’ Brittany Read ready to improve her play

Huskies to take on Trinity Western Spartans

Getting the Lyons' share of scoring

Spartans begin chase for provincial hoops berths

Chilliwack Progress - Cascades hoping to dominate Dinos

Basketball buddies near the end of the road together | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Vikes right at home against surging Dinos

Hoops Pandas in T-Bird rematch | Basketball | Sports | Edmonton Sun

Chilliwack Progress - Cascade men host Lethbridge in CIS playoff opener

Thunderbirds early focus to leads to series -opening romp over visiting Pandas | The Province

U of R Cougars’ Joanna Zalesiak ready to move on

Voyageurs victorious - The Sudbury Star - Ontario, CA

Lancers bounce Badgers

SMU flat in Quack’s farewell | The Chronicle Heral

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

Class Action: Red-hot Sir makes the Thunder roll

Prince George Free Press - UNBC hoopsters earn playoff byes

National title on Cougars' minds | Other Sports | Sports | Calgary Sun

Algoma Univeristy to host OCAA playoff game

Rustlers ready for SAIT