SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Aislinn Konig had a game-high 23 points as Canada crushed the Dominican Republic 90-53 in quarterfinal action at the FIBA Amer...
by: Gemma Karstens-Smith - The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 22h
It wasn’t quite the 21st birthday RJ Barrett envisioned.
by: David Brandt - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 17 Jun
PHOENIX (AP) — Even in today’s high-scoring NBA game, the dizzying pace of the Phoenix Suns point guard Cameron Payne stands out.
Dwight Powell is an example of the ‘heart and soul’ Canadian men will bring to Olympic qualifying tournament
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star 17 Jun
“And that’s a strength, a big strength,” head coach Nick Nurse says as team’s training camp opens.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 16 Jun
TAMPA, Fla. - Two NBA players from Canada’s original training camp roster were no longer on the list as pre-Olympic qualifying camp opened in Tampa, F...
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star 16 Jun
This was supposed to be the golden age of Canadian basketball. But enough with the talk. We still haven’t been to the Olympics since 2000.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 15 Jun
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Kayla Alexander had a game-high 14 points and nine rebounds as Canada remained unbeaten at the FIBA AmeriCup women’s basketbal...
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 14 Jun
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Another rout by Canada’s women’s basketball team at the FIBA AmeriCup tournament.
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 13 Jun
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Canada’s women’s basketball team held on to beat Brazil 71-67 on Sunday, and improve to 2-0 at the AmeriCup, the team’s first ...
by: Tim Reynolds - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 10 Jun
MIAMI (AP) — The NBA told its teams Thursday that it intends to return to a normal schedule next season, with training camps opening in late September...
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 10 Jun
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Sixteen months after clinching a Tokyo Olympic berth, Canada’s women’s basketball team is finally about to step back on the in...
by: The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 7 Jun
TORONTO - Paul Weir has been named head coach for Canada’s team at next month’s FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup.
by: Tom Withers - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 28 May
CLEVELAND (AP) — As the Cavaliers’ slow, stuttering rebuild continues around a “core four” of young players, the team still views Kevin Love as an imp...
by: Lori Ewing - The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 28 May
Edmonton signage has gone up on the walls of the Toronto Raptors’ temporary practice facility in Tampa to help Canada’s women’s basketball team feel a...
.@TravisThomasExp reacts to the weekend THAT WAS: Russell Westbrook tied the Big O for most triple-doubles, the Nats went 1-2 in NY, the Caps split their series vs. the Flyers, and Travis tells us which sports bets he hit on. PODCAST: https://t.co/ST7nGNiyAATV / Radio Network
RT @mark_rypien: So fun to be back in DC with these two Redskin Legends, Dexter Manley and Doug Williams. They’re going to demolish the Old Barn (RFK Stadium) soon and it was surreal to take a final tour and walk down memory lane. My first trip back since 1993. @WashingtonNFL #HTTR https://t.co/yco93rwKERTV / Radio Personality
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