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Nash, Wiggins, Achonwa, Bennett, Stauskas, Simon Fraser, NBLC and CIS all in Canadian Content

Steve Nash comes back to Canada and Lakers lose, Natalie Achonwa is on the NCAA site, Anthony Bennett gets some Canadian media attention, Andrew Wiggins on McDonald's ballot (of course), Nik Stauskas not worried about shooting slup and Simon Fraser, CIS, NBLC all here...


First we start off with some pro news ...

And Steve returns to Canada for his only game in the country this season Sunday ...

Lakers' Nash returns to his native Canada and is intent on building its basketball profile - The Daily Breeze

Steve Nash gets warm welcome in his return to Toronto | The Eh Game - Yahoo! Sports Canada

Grange on Nash: Against the Lakers current -

Aging Nash riding into the L.A. sunset |

Global BC | Canadian Steve Nash finding his game with Lakers but team's struggles continue

Lakers' Nash returns to his native Canada and is intent on building its basketball profile - LA Daily News

Well this in interesting news ... Network Entertainment Teams Up with Steve Nash and Meathawk Productions on Basketball Docu-Series

Brown, Tisby lead Rainmen over Express | The Chronicle Herald

Storm blows 20-point halftime lead - Basketball - The Guardian

Storm blows 20-point halftime lead - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

No way to defend this stinker | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Rainmen let big lead slip away | The Chronicle Herald

Lightning slide past Jazz in 138-125 win

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

A great story here on Guelph, ON's Natalie Achonwa from the NCAA's site ... Relishing her moment -

And one here on Calgary's Jordan Bachynski ... Sun Devil basketball center giving it his best swat

We all seemed to know this - months ago ... NCAA basketball: Canadian Anthony Bennett takes NCAA by storm -

Michigan's Nik Stauskas not too concerned about recent shooting dip |

Check out our man David Grossman on the FAN in his interview with Brady Heslip this past weekend here.

I don't know why there is not more made of SFU's women's basketball program outside of BC ... UNI HOOPS NOTES: Clan women clip SPU Falcons, No. 1 Fraser Valley falls for second straight night | The Province

Burnaby Clan move into second place with pair of wins

Check out these high school looks ...

Andrew Wiggins leads Huntington Prep to showcase victory at Hoophall - MaxPreps News

Notebook: Process continues to weigh on No. 1 Andrew Wiggins -

In case you didn't know, there were a few Canadian kids on this list of potential McDonald's All American candidates ...

Some mention here on Justin Jackson and MiKyle McIntosh ... - Flyin' to the Hoop: Going one-on-one

Our man Michael Henry with some looks on the girls side ... Wheels In Place for A Lakehead Makeover For 2013-2014 Season | Crown Magazine

JUEL Watch – Jan 18, 2013 | Crown Magazine

Players get surprise visit from Raps coach | Sports | Brantford Expositor

Surrey Leader - Warriors, Wildcats in RCMP final

South Kamloops Titans win Top 10 Shoot-Out, path to peak however, set squarely for March Madness | The Province

Here is the recap from a very busy weekend in the CIS ...

Yes way, Jose | Local News | Prince George Citizen

U of R men's basketball team on the way to a comeback

U of R Cougars' Danielle Schmidt ready to get defensive

Bobcats to battle unbeaten Bears - Brandon Sun

Capers men meet Axemen in battle of top AUS teams - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

WolfPack women fall to powerhouse T-Birds | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News

Upsets galore on Friday’s CIS M/W hoops slate, but UBC, UVic and TWU all earn double victories | The Province

Sears ready to make season debut for Axemen | The Chronicle Herald

Brock women still perfect at 13-0 | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

’Stangs choke’ Wolves | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Gee-Gees turn up the heat against Queen’s

Panthers fall to Reds in women's basketball - Basketball - The Guardian

Huskie Hoops teams defeat Heat

Vikes men, women cruise to wins - Sports - Times Colonist

Bears win 20th straight hoops home game | Sports | Edmonton Examiner

Capers thump Axemen to stay unbeaten | The Chronicle Herald

Thunderwolves Men's Basketball Saves Best for Last

Thunderwolves out pace Mustangs in back-to-back pairings

Panthers beat Reds for fifth straight hoops win - Basketball - The Guardian

T-Birds win again, but need to keep foot on the gas pedal | The Ubyssey, UBC's official student newspaper

Capers thump Axemen in showdown of top two teams in AUS men’s basketball - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

Huskies’ Colley enjoying MVP-type season | The Chronicle Herald

Voyageurs get back on track | Basketball | Sports | Sudbury Star

Warrior cagers so close, yet so far | therecord

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

CCAA b-ball nationals coming to Squamish | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC

Guard set to break school record | CTV Calgary News

Mariners win quest over the Kermodes

Short-staffed Cambrian men add players | Other Sports | Sports | Sudbury Star

Rattlers thump Kodiaks | Local Sports | Medicine Hat News

Reardon powers Mystics | The Chronicle Herald

Hurricanes sweep weekend games - Basketball - The Guardian
Leo Morris scored 23 points to lead the Holland College Hurricanes to a 75-57 victory over the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics Sunday in Atlantic Collegiate

Struggling Rams miss prime chance for first hoops win of season - Sports - Truro Daily News
BIBLE HILL – In a season full of setbacks, Sunday’s was probably the hardest to take for the Dalhousie Rams.The Rams (0-12) suffered a 70-57 loss to the Saint

Niagara goes 3-1 in homestand | Basketball | Sports | Welland Tribune