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Steve Nash is now venturing out into athlete care with Georges St-Pierre, the National Program has a place in Edmonton looking to be it's home, Olivier Hanlan named ACC Rookie of the Week, Andrew Wiggins heading to the (Hoop)hall and a lot more in Canadian Content ...

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We start off with some news on the National Program front ...

Edmonton basketball training centre a step closer after committee vote

Edmonton could be home to national basketball program | Metro

And here is the draw for the summer's U19 Championships and Canada does not have an easy road ... 2013 FIBA U19 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW | Canada Basketball

Now for some pro news ...

And Steve Nash has an astute business mind and is now on something new ... MISSION Athletecare(TM) | Steve Nash and Georges St-Pierre launch their revolutionary line of MISSION Athletecare products in Canada

Bench press | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Okolie not quite ready to rejoin Rainmen after concussion | The Chronicle Herald

DurhamRegion Article: Monster night from Jushay Rockett all for naught in loss to London

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

Big congrats to Alymer, PQ's Oliver Hanlan for earning another rookie of the week award ... NC State's Richard Howell and Boston College's Olivier Hanlan Earn Weekly ACC Basketball Honors - The Official Athletic Site of the Atlantic Coast Conference

How many of us would have said this at the start of the season ... Canada's Olynyk emerges as star for Gonzaga | Metro

Canadian Kelly Olynyk emerging as star for Gonzaga - The Globe and Mail

Here are a few high school stories for you now ...

Huntington Prep's Andrew Wiggins pulls into Hoophall Classic as top-ranked player in the country |

The Basketball Diary: Kennedy Charter Public School (North Carolina) Vs Huntington Prep (West Virginia) - 2012 Charlotte Hoops Challenge

Ballers, if you know somebody that know somebody that know somebody who's looking to play at a high level event, have them check out our peeps NorthPole Hoops' upcoming showcase ... NPH Ontario Showcase Announced February 8-10 -

JUEL team debuts | Sports | Chatham Daily News

Calgary team earns narrow victory at 2013 BRIT tournament

Acadia Athletics announces basketball commitment by Halifax

Phoenix star joins Marauders | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

InsideHalton Article: Jr. Royals the team to beat in Ontario

Tabianin buzzing in the backcourt - Winnipeg Free Press

Maple Ridge News - Rambler girls win MEI hoops tournament

Dragons dial long distance to take title from Crusaders

And a big shout to our man Michael Henry of Crown Magazine who's gives us three great looks from the girls side ... Carlie Nugent Is Headed To St Mary’s Later This Fall | Crown Magazine

Mathurin To Bring Strength And Toughness To Wolfpack Next Season | Crown Magazine

McMaster Nets Two Fox Trotters for Next Season’s OUA Title Hunt | Crown Magazine

Now we have some CIS looks ...

Here are you CIS Top Ten for the men and women for this week.

U of R Roundup: Cougars earn late win over Mount Royal

Wins put WolfPack 'in position to be in position' | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Banner day for Bobcats against UNBC - Brandon Sun

Voyageurs' freefall continues | Basketball | Sports | Sudbury Star

Back on Track | Sports | The Link

Prince George Free Press - Raimbault returns to UNBC with Wesmen

Ravier waits for next year - Brandon Sun

Coach's Brookswood ties connect guard with TRU

Capers whip Seahawks | The Chronicle Herald

Holding court - Queen's Journal

Capers women edged by Sea-Hawks in AUS hoops - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

Hawk cager plays on through heartache | therecord

Liberals force Rams out of MAC | The Eyeopener

Ryerson to host 2013 OUA Final Four | The Eyeopener

Keane’s three-pointer gives Capers women win over Sea-Hawks - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

And last but not least we have some CCAA stuff for you ...

Here are your Top 15 for the men and women.

Mariners clipped by top-ranked Langara Falcons

Saints 1-1 in Chatham | Sports | Chatham Daily News

Wolves take down Huskies with good shooting | Basketball | Sports | Daily Herald Tribune

Knights tip off new year 1-1 | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Teams that could offer more or less | Sports | Sault This Week

Langara Falcons turn winning streak up to 11