The floor on which the 2019 Toronto Raptors won their NBA Championship is right where it belongs—Canada. More specifically, Victoria.
With the FIBA Olympic Qualifying tournament being mere weeks away, Team Canada is looking set to make their strongest push for a medal yet.
March Madness is back. Once again the annual tradition of filling out a tournament bracket while knowing full well it’s destined to bust within the first few games has taken over the internet—and we’re here for it.
Max was just an elementary school student playing in a local Night League when he saw a player on the opposite team whose sneakers were falling apart. “I saw that his shoes weren’t working too well on the court so I gave him mine,” said Max.
With Canada Basketball’s talent pool for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament brimming with players beyond the NBA, we take a look at some Team Canada hopefuls who could crack the roster for The Qualifier.
With the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament on the horizon and Team Canada’s talent pool more potent than ever before, we’ll be ranking the top five Canadian NBA players at the end of each month. Here's our January edition.
Introducing our "Hoops of Victoria" weekly Instagram contest. Each week, we'll be featuring a different basketball hoop and/or court from around the Capital Regional District on our Instagram feed. To enter the contest, simply head over to our Instagram page and follow the instructions under the latest contest post.
Heading into the 2020 NBA Playoffs, fans north of the 49th parallel didn’t need to dig too deep to find storylines laden with CanCon. From the Raptors defending their title to Jamal Murray and the Denver Nuggets making noise in the west, this year's playoffs bubble had some amazing moments.