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Nash on the Lakers, Tristan Thompson, Cory Joseph, Nik Stauskas is Up Next and more in Canadian Content

Steve Nash talks frankly about the Lakers hopes, Robert Sacre is needed now, Nik Stauskas is Up Next, Tristan Thompson is making his mark with the Cavs, Cory Joseph looking to improve leadership in D-League, Andrew Nicholson, Jordan Bachynski and more here ...

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We start off with a big shout to Canada Basketball which is celebrating 90 years in the game ... CANADA BASKETBALL CELEBRATES 90th ANNIVERSARY | Canada Basketball

Here are a couple of ballers that will rep Canada ...

Moseley-Williams makes national wheelchair basketball team - Winnipeg Free Press
Aaron Moseley-Williams of Winnipeg has been selected to Canada's 2013 senior men's wheelchair basket... - Amateur - Winnipeg Free Press.

Hedges makes the cut for 2013 Team Canada |

Burlington player stays with national wheelchair team

Could Canada Basketball's training central be moved out west ... Edmonton looking to become Canadian basketball training centre

Now for some pro looks ...

Steve Nash defines what it means to be a point guard | NBA | Sports | National Post

Who has Steve Nash assisted most? - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN

Steve Nash is your new all-time free throw percentage leader | ProBasketballTalk

Steve Nash says no guarantee Lakers will turn it around | ProBasketballTalk

Lakers' Robert Sacre shows he is relevant -

Cavaliers: Work is starting to pay off for Tristan Thompson (with video) -

Mississauga Article: Nicholson blazing a trail for others to follow

Cory Joseph Hoping Leadership Skills Will Translate From NBADL to Spurs - Ridiculous Upside

Rainmen ready for stretch run | The Chronicle Herald

Let’s play Double Jeopardy - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Let’s be there for our Windsor Express players | Windsor Star

Cool customer | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Une première victoire pour le Jazz - Basketball - Nouvelles Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Windsor Express attendance 1/3 of expectations - Windsor - CBC News

Lightning outshine Miracles | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Osvaldo Jeanty has a new job ... Basketball: Kanadier Jeanty soll Spiel lenken -

Now for a few NC-Double-Eh looks ...

Big shout to our man Jason Thom at the Score for his latest instalment of Up Next ... UpNext: Nik Stauskas | Video |

Gophers' women's basketball player Riche makes the most of playing the post |

ASU's Bachynski emerges as game changer

The Tri-City News - Collins leads SFU in win

Check out these high school stories ...

Dornstauder's impact invaluable to Golden Suns

Chilliwack Progress - Twin terrors lead Grizzly basketball attack

This is truly unfortunate ... Teachers’ dispute shrinks Saints basketball tourney | therecord

InsideHalton Article: Holidays didn't slow down Holy Trinity basketball team

Cowichan News Leader Pictorial - T-Birds fourth in elite invitational basketball event

Championship-contending resume backs Holy Cross Crusaders climb to the top | The Province

Surrey Leader - Wildcats look to defend title

Two-sport stars ready to shine at G.W.

Now for some CIS stuff ...

Heading in the right direction Hope for city's hoops teams - Winnipeg Free Press

Ex-Griffin Gauthier leads Ryerson to 9-0 record | Windsor Star

Women's basketball | The Gauntlet

Cascades hoops teams at home this weekend

LU Thunderwolves ready to Think Pink: 'Shoot For The Cure' Benefit Games

Laurier stuns Windsor in OUA hoops | CTV Kitchener News

Fearsome foursome

Star guard absent, but will return to UNBC lineup | Local Sports | Prince George Citizen

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

MacEwan University ‘prepared’ to take next step in jumping from ACAC to Canada West

Surrey Leader - Eagles offence outguns Bearcats

St. Clair swept in TV debut | Windsor Star

Bearcats' top hoops player

Kermodes kick off 2013 in style | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC

Nanaimo News Bulletin - Mariners will try to limit high-flying Falcons

Lyons back in spotlight