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  1. Three collegians selected for Canada’s Pan-American Games squad

    Jul 18, 2015, 4:45 PM EDT

    SEATTLE, WA - MARCH 22:  Kyle Wiltjer #33 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs reacts after points in the first half of the game against the Iowa Hawkeyes during the third round of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at KeyArena on March 22, 2015 in Seattle, Washington.  (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

    Oregon’s Dillon Brooks, who was second in scoring at the FIBA U19 World Championships, is one of the three.

  2. United States comes back to win FIBA Americas U16 gold medal

    Jun 14, 2015, 8:30 PM EDT

    Adidas Nations Houston

    The United States has still never lost in this event, moving to 20-0.

  3. Canada’s U19 World Championships tryout features multiple Division I players

    Jun 8, 2015, 9:00 PM EDT

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    Some notable college basketball players are trying out for the Canadian national team.

  4. Andrew Wiggins becomes Kansas’ second top overall pick in program history

    Jun 26, 2014, 7:47 PM EDT

    Andrew Wiggins

    This is also the second consecutive year in which a Canadian has been taken with the top overall pick.

  5. 2014 forward Marial Shayok verbally commits to Marquette

    Oct 17, 2013, 10:45 PM EDT

    Buzz Williams

    Just hours after junior college transfer Jameel McKay announced his decision to transfer, Marquette received a verbal commitment from 2014 forward Marial Shayok. Shayok, a 6-foot-6 native of Ottawa, Ontario, attends Blair Academy in New Jersey where he announced his decision. According to many recruiting analysts Marquette and Providence were believed to be Shayok’s top…

  6. Transfer David Andoh will not join Wagner program after all

    Sep 6, 2013, 12:27 PM EDT

    Cordarius Johnson,  David Andoh

    Earlier this summer former San Jose State forward David Andoh made the decision to transfer to Wagner, where he would have three years of eligibility remaining after sitting out the 2013-14 season. Plans have changed, as according to the Staten Island Advance Andoh is back in his native Canada and will not join the Wagner…

  7. Former college stars claim Canadian coaching gigs

    Oct 6, 2012, 10:08 PM EDT


    You may be unaware that our cheery neighbors to the north have a professional basketball league. Given the National Basketball League’s tight geographical footprint and small number of teams, it’s a fair bet that most Canadians aren’t really aware of it, either. Some familiar names are sprouting up in the Great White North, however. Former…

  8. Anthony Bennett will reportedly not travel with UNLV on trip to native Canada

    Aug 5, 2012, 5:21 PM EDT

    Anthony Bennett

    Anthony Bennett made a splash when he committed to Dave Rice and UNLV this spring, but the Rebels will be without his services during the team’s mid-August trip to Canada, Taylor Bern of the Las Vegas Sun is reporting. Bennett is a native of the Toronto area and, though he was cleared by the NCAA,…

  9. Former Syracuse forward Mookie Jones signs agent, hopes to go pro in Canada

    Aug 5, 2012, 12:56 PM EDT

    Mookie Jones

    Less than two weeks after announcing that he would not be returning to Syracuse for his senior season, former Orange forward Mookie Jones acknowledged in a press release distributed Sunday that he has signed an agent and hopes to turn pro in Canada. “I want to thank my coaches for the last 3 years. They…

  10. Wake Forest taking trip to Canada for two preseason exhibitions

    Aug 1, 2012, 9:43 AM EDT


    Wake Forest head coach Jeff Bzdelik wanted to take his young team and get away this fall before the season begins, but not too far away. With that in mind, the Demon Deacons have planned a trip to Canada to play two exhibitions against schools north of the border, the university announced Tuesday. “With a…

  11. Simon Fraser University conditionally approved to become first non-American full member of NCAA

    Jul 15, 2012, 3:05 PM EDT

    Simon Fraser

    The NCAA is nearing the final stages of a process that would fully extend its jurisdiction to reach beyond the borders of the United States and into our northern neighbor, Canada. Simon Fraser University of British Columbia, Can., has been conditionally approved by the NCAA to become the first non-American school to be admitted as…

  12. 2014 Indiana commit Trey Lyles to play for Canadian Junior National Team

    May 17, 2012, 2:24 PM EDT


    Indianapolis Tech (Ind.) forward Trey Lyles, a 6-8, 210-pound prospect from the Class of 2014, has announced that he will play for Canada at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Brazil next month. Lyles, who was born in Canada, is committed to Indiana and is a Top 10 recruit in his class. He is expected…