Basketball Canada Gets Off to a Good Start in Europe

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Three days. Three games. Three different starting lineups for Jay Triano and Basketball Canada’s men’s team to begin their 11 game Europe trip. The senior men’s team began playing in Slovenia against Slovenia, Ukraine and Georgia. Taking the final two games after dropping the first to Slovenia. Coach Triano planned to use the team’s depth […] READ MORE


Canada Basketball Looking to Grow and Gain Experience

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In 1999 Argentina’s basketball team failed to qualify for the 2000 Olympics. It was a set back for the Argentine squad as they finished eighth among 16 teams in the FIBA World Championship in the year prior. With many young basketball players Argentina had a bright future to look forward to and a chip on […] READ MORE


The NBA Business Run by LeBron James

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LeBron James has the entire NBA at the palm of his hand. Not only does he control the game on the court, but he controls the business side of the association as well. Basketball wise, James has the power to stop any player defensively while changing the pace of the game offensively. Off the court, […] READ MORE


Ujiri Buliding Toronto Raptors for Future Success

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Again, Masai Ujiri seems to have outsmarted his peers around the Association. As the league awaits the decisions of LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and what Minnesota will do with Kevin Love, Ujiri has taken care of his personal list of things to do this summer. The Raptors general manager wasn’t going to sit […] READ MORE


NBA Draft Grades

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Last night’s NBA Draft was said to be one of the best and deepest in recent memory.  How did your team do?  Check our NBA Draft Grades. 2014 NBA Draft Grades Atlanta Hawks First Round: Adreian Payne Second Round: Walter Tavares, Lamar Patterson Draft Grade: B+ Atlanta began Thursday night with a first and second […] READ MORE



Nick Calathes Battles a 20 Game Suspension With Interest Overseas

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From a rookie season to a 20-game suspension to an offer to play overseas for millions of Euros. That’s the story of 25-year-old Nick Calathes, who appeared in 71 games as a back-up point guard for the Memphis Grizzles. Nick Calathes was originally drafted by Minnesota in the 2009 NBA Draft, but never appeared in […] READ MORE


The Free Agent Market for Lance Stephenson

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They say maturity comes with age and experience. That may not be the case for Lance Stephenson. The 23-year-old has had his fair share of downs over his young career and for some reason he’s not learning from any poor judgement he makes. Over the 2014 NBA Playoffs it felt as if the Indiana Pacers […] READ MORE


Cleveland Cavaliers Could be Canada's Team in the NBA

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If I told you 10 years ago that there would be three Canadian’s on one NBA team, would you have believed me? What if I told you that last week? It’s something that’s not easy to imagine with a country that is so focused on hockey. However, no longer can we disregard what basketball means […] READ MORE


Kevin Love Trade Could Lead to Success for Timberwolves

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Carmelo Anthony’s time of headlining the 2014 NBA off-season has come to an end. This past weekend Kevin Love and his party reportedly told the Minnesota Timberwolves that Love must be traded or else he will sign elsewhere in the summer of 2015. Love currently holds a $16.7 million player option for the 2015-2016 season, […] READ MORE