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Steve Nash shows off some great footwork in game, Andrew Nicholson is heading to Houston, Myck Kabongo is back this week, Trey Lyles is down to six schools, Simon Fraser's women are still rolling, Brandon Bos is on the radio, lots of CIS action and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...

Houston, we have Nicholson coming in for a landing ...
Houston, we have Nicholson coming in for a landing ...

First we start off with the pro news ...

We all know Steve likes soccer a whole lot but this is pretty impressive regardless ... Steve Nash demonstrates juggling skills. Soccer, that is | ProSoccerTalk

Hey, all that matters is that he's in right, even if he is a replacement ... Canadian rookie Andrew Nicholson heading to Rising Stars Challenge game

Looks like Kris Joseph is on the move from Maine ... Green Street » Former Celtics draft pick Kris Joseph traded by Red Claws

Summerside Storm Notebook - Sports - The Journal Pioneer

Duff: Express suffer growing pains | Windsor Star

Rainmen cough up big lead, escape with win over lowly Jazz | The Chronicle Herald

Blackburn leads Lightning in win | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

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

Is it just me or do I think I've been saying this for the last few years ... Canadian stars surfacing in the NCAA | The Score

Mark your calendars and get the DVRs ready ... Texas' Myck Kabongo returns from NCAA suspension, will start Wednesday - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News

Check out South Dakota guard, and Markham, ON native, Brandon Bos on the FAN 590 with Dave Grossman ... Sunday Morning – Sportsnet 590 The Fan -

No one plays percentages better than Clan’s Nayo, SFU set for GNAC showdown against WWU | The Province

Clan women step up big, hand undefeated Western Washington first loss of season | The Province

Clan keep composure to hand Vikings first loss of season

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

Check out our colleague Chris O'Leary's look on a high school basketball coach here ... Longtime coach made basketball a better game

And Trey has cut his schools down to six ... Trey Lyles Cuts to Six |

Breton denied spot in Coal Bowl final | The Chronicle Herald

Guy Vetrie Memorial Basketball Tournament Crowns Champion - LOCAL2 Sault Ste. Marie

Kelowna Capital News - Host Owls finish strong at Western Canada Tournament

Now for a lot of CIS stuff from a very busy weekend ...

UVic Vikes invade Cougars’ den of men's basketball - Sports - Times Colonist

Hard on the head - Sports - The Guardian

Prince George Free Press - Timberwolves near end of tough season

Lancers taking hybrid approach

Basketball Rouge et Or : la 500e victoire de Linda Marquis attendra - Basketball - Québec Hebdo

Thunderwolves men's basketball team protect home turf

Cougs get by Pronghorns

Ravens net 13th straight OUA East men’s hoops title

Lakehead Thunderwolves women's basketball team loses to Windsor

Lady Mac rolls over weak Warriors |

Fifth-years power Pandas into hoops playoffs | Sports | Edmonton Examiner

NetNewsledger.comLancers top Thunderwolves 81-57 in Fragale's Thunderdome farewell

Basketball: Miraculous, last-second plays send Gee-Gees over Rams

Lancers sweep Lakehead | The Chronicle-Journal

Mac sets the stage for crucial wolf hunt |

Marauders, Ravens move into fine form

Vikes women handily defeat Mount Royal; men lose by a point - Sports - Times Colonist

Vikes halfway to accomplishing their goal - Sports - Times Colonist

Tough loss for St. FX but a huge pick up for Ottawa ... All-Canadian Thomas leaves X-Men for Ottawa Gee-Gees | The Chronicle Herald

Western hangs on to narrowing lead | Basketball | Sports | The London Free Press

Rookies help lift Hawks over Mustangs | therecord

Badgers sweep away Gryphons | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard

Lady Mac rolls over weak Warriors |

McCormick helps Capers impove AUS-leading record to 16-0 - Basketball - Cape Breton Post

And last but not least we have a couple of CCAA from the weekend ...

Kermodes ride winning wave into playoffs | Local Sports | Squamish Chief, Squamish, BC

Niagara women net third win in a row | Basketball | Sports | St. Catharines Standard