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Top 10 Performers: 2011-12 BasketballBuzz CIS Men’s Basketball Week 3

Take a closer look at the Top 10 Performers for week 3 of the 2011-12 CIS Men’s Basketball campaign.

Justin King – Thompson Rivers Wolpack – CW
The Thompson Rivers combo guard went bonkers on the Victoria Vikes and almost single handily led the Wolfpack to two road victories.

Nov 18. vs. Victoria Vikes L, 77-75: 35 Points (10/19 FG, 1/1 3FG, 14/15 FT) 13 rebounds, 3 assists
Nov 19. vs. Victoria Vikes L, 84-76: 25 Points (8/13 FG, 9/9 FT) 9 rebounds, 3 assists

Jimmy Dorsey  – Cape Breton Capers – AUS
Two consecutive double-digit assist nights, a feat rarely seen in CIS Men’s Basketball.

Nov 18. vs. Dalhousie Tigers L, 102-106: 29 Points (8/21 FG, 5/12 3FG, 8/9 FT) 8 rebounds, 10 assists, 4 steals
Nov 19. vs. Dalhousie Tigers W, 97-74: 17 Points (4/11 FG, 4/10 3FG, 5/6 FT) 8 rebounds, 13 assists

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Manock Lual – UPEI Panthers – AUS
Slippery forward with the ability to put up big numbers, nearly added a triple-double to his resume.

Nov 19. vs. Memorial Seahawks W, 93-83: 33 Points (14/17 FG, 0/3 3FG, 5/8 FT) 10 rebounds, 7 assists
Nov 20. vs. Memorial Seahawks W, 98-74: 20 Points (7/14 FG, 0/3 3FG, 6/11 FT), 4 rebounds, 2 steals

Jordan Baker – Alberta Golden Bears – CW
Baker, pulled down a week high 29 rebounds in two games and currently leads the nation in the rebounding with 12.2 per contest.

Nov 18. vs. Winnipeg L, 70-71: 11 Points (4/11 FG, 0/4 3FG,  3/5 FT) 16 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Nov 19. vs. Winnipeg W, 84-56: 30 Points (11/15 FG, 1/2 3FG,  7/8 FT) 13 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals

Paul Gareau – Regina Cougars – CW
Took full advantage of a thin Dinos line-up and helped the Cougars temporarily revive their postseason aspirations.

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Nov 18. vs. Calgary Dinos W, 83-74: 20 Points (7/11 FG, 6/9 FT) 5 rebounds, 4 steals
Nov 19. vs. Calgary Dinos W, 93-91 2OT: 26 Points (10/20 FG, 6/9 FT) 16 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 blocks

Owen Klassen – Acadia Axemen – OUA
Just an absolutely monstrous performance against ST. FX, the only thing missing was that W.

Nov 18. vs. ST. FX L, 89-90 OT : 26 Points (9/17 FG, 0/2 3FG, 8/9 FT) 19 rebounds, 5 assists
Nov 19. vs. UNB Varsity Reds W, 84-54: 18 Points (6/13 FG, 2/3 3FG,  4/6 FT) 6 rebounds, 3 assists

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Dan McCarthy – Guelph Gryphons – OUA
It hard to ignore a guy that is shooting 54.4% from the floor, 47.6% from deep and 91.7 from the foul-line.

Nov 18. vs. Ryerson Rams L, 66-68: 28 Points (1/18 FG, 4/7 3FG, 2/3 FT) 8 rebounds, 2 assists
Nov 19. vs. Toronto Blues W, 89-71: 22 Points (9/18 FG, 2/6 3FG,  2/2 FT) 11 rebounds, 5 assists

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Al Alilovic– Cape Breton Capers – AUS
Was on the receiving end of a lot of those Jimmy Dorsey assists. Impressive shooting display by nailing eight three-pointers on ten shots.

Nov 18. vs. Dalhousie L, 102-106: 16 Points (5/8 FG, 3/4 3FG, 3/6 FT) 9 rebounds, 4 assists
Nov 18. vs. Dalhousie W, 97-74: 26 Points (10/14 FG, 5/6 3FG, 1/1 FT) 9 rebounds, 5 assists

Tyson Hinz – Carleton Ravens – OUA
Yes, there were other players with better numbers. Now consider this, the 2010-11 POY played a total of 49 minutes in two games. Impressive shooting display, when it counted the most against the Windsor Lancers.

Nov 18. vs. Western Mustangs W, 96-43: 16 Points (7/9 FG,  2/3 FT) 2 rebounds
Nov 19. vs. Windsor Lancers W, 69-65: 23 Points (9/14 FG, 5/7 3FG) 4 rebounds, 2 assists

Warren Ward – Ottawa Gee-Gees – OUA
Warren Ward came off the bench and put together a smooth performance that lifted the Gee-Gees over the Lancers.

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Nov 18. vs. Windsor Lancers W, 69-65: 22 Points (9/14 FG, 3/6 3FG, 3/5 FT) 6 rebounds, 2 assists
Nov 19. vs. Western Mustangs W, 84-57: 21 Points (8/13 FG, 1/3 3FG,  4/6 FT) 9 rebounds

Honorable Mention(s):

Michael Lieffers – Saskatchewan Huskies – CW
Swatted away 8 shots in the first-game and was huge down the stretch for the huskies with a double-double.

Nov 18. vs. Lethbridge Pronghons, W, 83-67: 18 points (6/10 FG,  6/10 FT) 8 rebounds, 8 blocks
Nov 19. vs. Lethbridge Pronghons, W, 74-65: 13 Points (5/8 FG, 3/5 FT) 13 rebounds, 2 blocks

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