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We Have the Senior Women, Manroop Clair, Andrew Wiggins, the Edmonton Energy and More

Today we have some looks from our Senior Women's National Team, one pro league looks to built a profile while another starts their season tonight, more on Manroop Clair committing to Hawaii, Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Andrew Wiggins, a David Tyndale mixtape and more in today's Canadian Content ...

First we start off with some National Team team stuff here ...

Plouffe Set for Canadian Senior National Team Tryout - Marquette University Official Athletic Site

Captain Canada: Gabriele’s sacrifice and grit help carry country closer to London 2012 berth | The Province

Pair bring experience, youth to women’s cage team
Hamilton’s Shona Thorburn and Milton’s Kayla Alexander have been extended invitations to the 2012 Canadian Senior Women’s National Basketball Team tryouts.

Captain still rising to challenge

Next are some pro looks ...

And it looks like there are a lot more signatures on this petition than when we first linked to it last week ... Family petitions basketball team to stay - Prince Edward Island - CBC News

NBL officials hoping to create more interest in league in Ontario | The Chronicle Herald

Edmonton Energy set for home opener in new-look league

Now up is the high school news ...

Big shout to Manroop Clair for committing to Hawaii ... Canadian guard commits to UH men's basketball team - Hawaii News - Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Arnold adds recruit - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

More Wiggins here ... Andrew Wiggins Interview | Rathan-Mayes Updates Recruitment

6’6’’ St. Albert forward commits to Augustana Hoops - Camrose Canadian - Alberta, CA

A little basketball story here on a commit ... LeBlanc, New off to nationals

Here we have a couple of CIS things ...

Check out this mix of York's PG David Tyndale right here ... David Tyndale 2011-12 mix - YouTube

Bobcats add two more recruits from Montreal | Go Bobcats!

And last but not least we have a CCAA look ... DurhamRegion Article: Former Durham College great Bill Crowdis back into coaching