Friday, 27 July 2007

Pan-Am Games Basketball Articles

Here is a sample of recent newspaper articles on Canada's Senior Men's basketball team and their 0-2 start at the Pan-Am Games in Rio beginning with a James Christie piece in the Globe and Mail Rautins duo handed another defeat John MacKinnon from the Edmonton Journal has a piece with an interesting title Something Rautins in state of benchmarks
Basketball player takes father's coaching, reputation in stride
and here is Lori Ewing's piece for the Canadian Press as it appears on the CBC web site Canada's men's basketball team 0-2 at Pan Am Games after 98-63 rout by Brazil Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun also has a piece Rautins duo plays it straight up

Canada meets the U.S. Virgin Islands in Rio today and will play again on Saturday for fifth through eighth places.

In other Pan-Am basketball news yesterday, the USA was eliminated from the medal rounds with their second consecutive defeat Loss to Panama eliminates U.S. from medal round contention The USA has lost their first two games of the tournament to Uruguay and Panama.

The latest Thomas Report by long-time Ontario basketball follower Jim Thomas of the All-Ontario Scouting Service is now available Thomas Report July, 2007

An article from the Charlatan, Carleton's campus newspaper, on Carleton athletes participating in the Pan-Am Games Ravens soar at Pan-Am Games

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