Thursday, 5 August 2010

Kentucky Update, Canada Basketball articles

Kentucky Wildcats will likely bring a shortened roster to Canada to face Windsor and Western later this month as the Louisville Courier-Journal reports

Kentucky basketball team expects short roster for Canada trip

John Calipari won’t have a complete roster when he takes his Kentucky basketball team on a three-game trip to Canada later this month.

He won’t have a finished product, either.

In an interview at Mason County High School, where he was hosting a satellite camp Thursday morning, Calipari said he could put a small team on the court in Windsor, Ontario, with some big strides to make.

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Also, Calpari cools expectations for Canada trip (Lexington Herald-Leader)

Three Wildcats may stay home (Nation of Blue)

Games will be on TV and Radio back to Kentucky Cats in Canada on Radio and TV


Canada Basketball prepares for the upcoming World Championships in Turkey however long-time stalwards Carl English and Jesse Young will be unavailable to play... Doug Smith's article in today's Toronto Star

Also, no sign yet of Jamaal Magloire who had been rumoured to play. Officials are still trying to obtain proper citizenship for San Antonio's Matt Bonner, who would be a very welcomed addition. Meanwhile, Team USA has asked Raptors Head Coach Jay Triano to join their coaching staff for the Worlds as a replacement for Knicks Head Coach Mike D'Antoni.

Doug Smith provides his initial impressions of Team Canada

B.C.'s Kelly Olynyk eyes spot on Canada's National team

Canada appears to be getting a new and improved version of Denham Brown as Steve Buffery from Sun Media reports

Finally, young Canadian ref looks to make NBA

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