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Canada Create Beacon of Basketball in Edmonton

Posted on October 7, 2015

Canada Create Beacon of Basketball in Edmonton ...


Team Canada Alums Phil and Tim Tollestrup Leave Lasting Legacy

Posted on October 5, 2015

Basketball is a way of life in Southern Alberta | Calgary Herald ...


Alumni bridging the gap from past to present

Posted on September 14, 2015

Michael Grange   September 11, 2015, 12:40 PM The Only Way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time. It’s the analogy Howard Kelsey uses to describe the task he and his co-founder of the National Basketball Teams Alumni Association found themselves with about eight months ago. Their goal was to connect Canadian basketball’s bright future with its underappreciated past, and to reconnect figures from that history with each other. There was a lot o ...


Canada’s quest for elite basketball status begins in Toronto

Posted on September 2, 2015

Canada’s quest for elite basketball status begins in Toronto by: David Ebner National correspondent – The Globe and Mail ...


CDN National Team Alumni Association Launched

Posted on April 16, 2015

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VanCity Buzz: Canadian Basketball treasured like never before

Posted on April 16, 2015

We’ve all heard of the Dream Team, right? The USA basketball team has been hyped up and nearly idolized for over two decades by fans around the world. However, the times are a changing, and Canadian basketball is being treasured like never before. The Foundation Former members of Team Canada, Dave Turcotte (1982-95) and Howard Kelsey (1977-88) have drawn up a “give and go” play that’s sure to score big with Canadians. Their plan is to conn ...


Alumni Association looks to dust off Canada’s hoops history: Feschuk

Posted on April 16, 2015

Canada’s history in the game is long and proud. So it’s sad that in some ways, in some eyes, a lot of it has been largely lost. By: Dave Feschuk Sports Columnist, Published on Thu Mar 19 2015 That this country’s basketball future seems bright is a point being made and remade almost daily. Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 NBA draft pick and likely rookie of the year, made his Canadian-soil debut as a pro on Wednesday night at the Air Canada Centre, this ...


Province Podcast Starts Here: Varsity Letters for April 9, 2015

Posted on April 16, 2015

A chat with new Fraser Valley Cascades athletic director Steve Tuckwood about big challenges ahead in the CIS for the Abbotsford school. Former Canadian national men’s basketball team player Howard Kelsey talks about the future of the game in our country. And we delve into the stretch drive of the UBC baseball season with longtime head coach Terry McKaig. ...


Canada’s Greatest Basketball Moment – Rob Vogt

Posted on April 16, 2015

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Berlin Olympics a breakthrough for Canadian basketball

Posted on April 16, 2015

By Tony Atherton Postmedia News Seventy-five years ago Aug. 1, with a short proclamation and a Nazi salute, Hitler opened the 11th Olympiad of the modern era. Today those Games are largely remembered for the performance of Jesse Owens, the black U.S. track star who shattered 11 Olympic records – and the illusions of Aryan supremacy. But as Tony Atherton writes, a great unsung Canadian story was written in Berlin, a story involving a man with an idea ...

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