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Shane Dennie: Flying Hawk

Humber Hawks all-star guard Shane Dennie is one of the best players in Ontario, leading arguably the best team in the OCAA. The 23-year-old Toronto…
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The Smart Decision

If I told you that there is a Canadian university team that has won 72 straight Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)…
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Ro Russell - The Pioneer - BasketballBuzz Magazine

Ro Russell: The Pioneer

Say the words Canadian Basketball and the name “Ro Russell” comes to mind. Founder of Grassroots Canada Elite, dubbed “Canada’s pipeline to the NBA” and…
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Nik Stauskas – The Sniper

Nik Stauskas has gotten used to taking on new challenges in unfamiliar settings. When the  administrative issues threatened the basketball program at Mississauga’s Loyola Catholic…
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David Hehn Mr Everything Vermont Catamounts Ncaa

David Hehn: Mr. Everything

While everyone saw the Vermont Catamounts at their finest moment, sinking treys from the parking lot to knock Syracuse out in the first round of…
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Moriah Trowell: In your face

Moriah Trowell is one of Canada’s highly coveted point guards. Trowell possesses a quickness that allows her to slice her way to the basket and…
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Philip Scrubb – King Phil

In an exclusive BasketballBuzz interview, Philip Scrubb gave us a chance to dig deep and find out what the back-to-back CIS men’s basketball MVP thinks…
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Andre Iguodala – Pippen 2K5

Every since Allen Iverson arrived in the city of brotherly love, the Sixers have searched for his “Pippen,” the teammate who would perfectly mesh with…
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The Nash Effect: Part 2

With Steve Nash winning the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award, we may have hit a point of no return in Canadian sports. This could have…
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Jenine Browne: Buckets

Jenine Browne definitely deserves some respect. Growing up in St. Brides, Newfoundland, a town of just about 200 people, you would expect her to be…
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Timeout: Steve Nash

First and foremost, on behalf of BBM I would like to use these lines to send our deepest condolences to the victims of hurricane Katrina.…
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Tim Micallef: Ahead of the pack

The sports broadcasting industry has maintained itself by providing thirsty sports fans with the information they seek to quench it. As the industry evolves, fans…
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Leo Rautins: The Originator

At 16, he was the youngest player ever to make Canada’s National Basketball Team, and he is regarded by many as the best basketball player…
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Neil MacDonald: The X-Factor

In the competitive world of Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) basketball, individual sacrifices are a necessity if one intends to earn a roster spot for one…
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Timeout: Dinosaur Extinction

It deeply hurts me to think about how many talented superstars have come and gone through the T.Dot and worn the Toronto Raptors uniform. It’s…
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Welcome to a New Era!

I am extremely excited to welcome you to “Canada’s Basketball Magazine!” It is with great honor, joy, sacrifice and belief of many talented people, creatives…
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Raising The Bar

If all it took was an idea then the marketplace would be filled to the brim. The drawing board filters ideas, and discussions bring clarity…
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Chris Egi: Street Smart

“I always told all the schools recruiting me that I was going to pick the school who I believed to have the best of basketball…
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Maurice Joseph: Shining Star

Since his early teenage summer days, Montreal native Maurice Joseph has been nailing shots like a birthday boy in the club. After two very successful…
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Sara Crooks: Follow the Leader

Fifteen of the best, most talented basketball players from across the country are on the Canadian Women’s Senior National Team in Toronto in mid-August training…
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Steve Nash: The Nash Effect

The theory is molded after the Butterfly Effect. The term Butterfly Effect comes from the belief that the flap of a butterfly’s wing can trigger…
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Sean Garvey: The Newcomer

Sean Garvey admits most of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) coaches he will face in the upcoming 2005-2006 season won’t know him because he wasn’t…
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