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Today we have the Windsor Lancers repeat as the best in the CIS, Tristan Thompson had a career game, the London Lightning are a game away from winning the first NBL Canada 'chip, more Brady Heslip and a lot of high school action all right here in Canadian Content ...

First we start off with the pro stuff ...

Canada's Thompson scores career-high 27 points to lead Cavaliers past Nets - 680News

Brampton’s Tristan Thompson breaks out with 27 points, 12 rebounds - thestar.com

Rainmen trail Lightning 2-0 in championship series | The Chronicle Herald

Lightning take charge | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

Metro - Rainmen return home with season on brink

Rainmen plan: Less moaning, more playing | Morris Dalla Costa | Columnists | Sports | London Free Press

Les Kebs doivent quitter le PEPS | Québec | Radio-Canada.ca

UPDATE: Lightning hoping to sweep | Basketball | Sports | London Free Press

UPDATE: Mayors make friendly wager on NBL-C championship | London Community News

UPDATE: Metro - Rainmen banking on boost from fans

Here is an nice article on a father of one of the best young players in Canada ... Where Are They Now? John Hegwood

And here is more NC-Double-Eh stories ...

And the Canadian media is still putting stuff out on Brady's game from Sunday ... Sharp-shooting by Brady Heslip of Burlington makes him a March Madness sensation - thestar.com

CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - Basketball - Tournament: Burlington's Heslip is Mr. Clutch

'Downtown Canadian' Brady Heslip gets a Bear hug - The Globe and Mail

Heslip and other standout Canucks in March Madness | Basketball | CBC Sports

UPDATE: March Madness: Toronto’s Junior Cadougan leads the way for Marquette - thestar.com


Now for the high school looks ...

TheSpec - Mac women’s basketball team adds top-notch recruit

TheRecord - St. Mary’s Voll named league MVP

Ainlay emerges victorious as Edmonton schools battle for bronze at basketball provincials - Edmonton Examiner - Alberta, CA

Valiants nuture varsity talent

This is an interesting story to read about ... No league play experiment works out for Mustangs - High River Times - Alberta, CA

Provincial Girls 'A' Basketball Championship hosted in Fisher Branch - Interlake Spectator - Manitoba, CA

U of R ready for Hoopla

Senior girls’ Kinistino Blues claim regional title at Melfort - Melfort Journal - Saskatchewan, CA

Brentwood College School - News - Senior Boys Finish Impressive Season

March Madness Strikes B.C. in Aboriginal Basketball Youth Tourney - ICTMN.com

Ravens invoke spirit of Terry Fox for thrilling win

Walnut Grove gets the Pre-Preseason nod as No. 1 boys AAA team for the 2012-13 season | The Province

High drama at LEC

Terry Fox Ravens capture B.C. boys’ basketball championship

Cinderella run lifts Warriors to third

Maple Ridge News - Pitt Meadows fifth at B.C. finals after loss to Fox

Provincials yield little to area schools | Other Sports | Sports | Edmonton Sun

This will be a good event to check out this weekend if you're in Toronto ... 2012 NPSAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT | Canada Basketball

UPDATE: Former pro player plans to take Lakers to the next level

UPDATE: Skyhawks simply the best | Local Sports | St. Albert Gazette

UPDATE: Cochrane Eagle Online – Cochrane's Source of News and Opinion " Blog Archive " Two CHS senior-varsity girls and coach named as all-stars

UPDATE: CCA boys back for more in HS hoops

UPDATE: Crookes clutches up in historic Fox win

UPDATE: 6’4 Combo Thomas Chalmers Makes Commitment To Laurentian Voyageurs - northpolehoops.com

UPDATE: Brett Jewell Commits to the University of Manitoba! - northpolehoops.com

Next up is the CIS stories ...

Lancers win second straight CIS women's basketball title - The Globe and Mail

Lancers capture second straight CIS basketball crown

Lancers too sharp for T-Birds

Windsor runs away with CIS title

Harle’s Dinos show true grit with fourth-place finish

Thunderbirds stand tall on guards

Gee-Gees shoot way to historic first medal

Future is bright for Bears hoops star - Edmonton Examiner - Alberta, CA

Cougars look to the future

Chilliwack Progress - UFV Cascades look forward to next season

Young Huskies gain experience

UPDATE: National champion Lancers greeted by joyous fans - Windsor - CBC News

UPDATE: Phil Scrubb CIS MVP

And last but not least we have some CCAA stuff to finish it out ...

T-Birds WILSON NAMED CCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR - The Sault Star - Ontario, CA

Wilson scores national honours - The Sault Star - Ontario, CA

Coaching legend hangs 'em up at Fanshawe - CUP Newswire

InsideHalton Article: Campbell helps Mohawk win CCAA basketball title

Véronique Brière s'alignera avec le Pré-U collégial AAA - Basketball - Abitibi Express

UPDATE: Basketball: Coaching search continues for VIU

UPDATE: Mohawk cagers pick up more tributes