NBA Talk with Sports Writer, Donnell Suggs | Hoops Talk Nation “The Podcast”

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It may be the off season for the NBA in the but there’s no shortage of big stories and definitely lots to talk about!
Donnell Suggs is the Sports Editor for the Lafayette Sun in Alabama and also a contributor to Slamonline,  and he stops by the Hoops Talk Nation podcast.  Topics range from some of the intriguing free agency deals thus far, the bright future ahead for Philadelphia 76ers rookie Ben Simmons and a look back at the majestic career of Tim Duncan as he retires from the NBA after 19 remarkable seasons.
All that and much more on Hoops Talk Nation “The Podcast”

Re-Living the 2016 NBL Canada Finals Recap | NBL Canada

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A complete recap of the 2016 NBL Canada Finals in which the Halifax Hurricanes defeated the London Lightning in a thrilling seven game series to secure their first league championship.

NBL Canada Announces 15 16 Regular Season Awards | NBL Canada

 The National Basketball League of Canada is pleased to announce the winners and recipients of the NBL’s postseason awards.

NBL Canada Stories: Anthony Johnson

During the 2012 NBL Canada draft, Anthony Johnson was made the second overall selection by the Moncton Miracles.  He would subsequently be traded and landed in Windsor where he was one of three players on the team to play in all 40 regular season contests for the Express.  The 6’5 forward would help the Express advance to the playoffs but they were defeated by the Storm in five games and his first year in NBL Canada would come to a close.  Johnson took his talents overseas where he experienced great success and traveled the world the next three years playing the game he loves. Looking to now play a bit closer to home, Johnson turns his sights in the playing in Canada once again. This is his story…

 

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About the National Basketball League of Canada

The National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) was founded in 2011, and is Canada’s only professional domestic basketball league. There are currently 9 teams, with two divisions: Central and Atlantic. The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian athletes, international athletes, coaches and officials the opportunity to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising awareness of the sport of basketball throughout Canada, by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience.

NBL Canada Visits Buffalo, NY!

The NBL Canada Combine Series pays a visit to Buffalo, New York in search of talented basketball players to join its league for the 2015-2016 season.

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About the National Basketball League of Canada

The National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) was founded in 2011, and is Canada’s only professional domestic basketball league. There are currently 9 teams, with two divisions: Central and Atlantic. The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian athletes, international athletes, coaches and officials the opportunity to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising awareness of the sport of basketball throughout Canada, by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience.

The 2014-2015 NBL Canada MOST Furious Finishes!

A collection of the most exciting finishes from the 2014-2015 NBL Canada season!

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About the National Basketball League of Canada

The National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) was founded in 2011, and is Canada’s only professional domestic basketball league. There are currently 8 teams, with two divisions: Central and Atlantic. The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian athletes, international athletes, coaches and officials the opportunity to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising awareness of the sport of basketball throughout Canada, by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience.

The 2014-2015 NBL Canada Mixtape!

Complete highlights from the 2014-2015 NBL Canada season.

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About the National Basketball League of Canada

The National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) was founded in 2011, and is Canada’s only professional domestic basketball league. There are currently 8 teams, with two divisions: Central and Atlantic. The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian athletes, international athletes, coaches and officials the opportunity to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising awareness of the sport of basketball throughout Canada, by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience.

NBL Canada Summer Combine 2015 – Washington, DC!

The NBL Canada Summer Combine Series took a stop in Washington DC on the hunt for new and talented players to compete in the league during the 2015-2016 season. Check out the recap!

Kevin Loiselle Highlight Reel!

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Kevin Loiselle has played in the National Basketball League of Canada for three seasons and is a two time champion with the Windsor Express. The 6’6 forward hails from Montreal, Quebec and is an spark of energy for the Express off the bench. He is the all time leading rebounder in Express history and second in blocked shots. Kevin is a tenacious player who played an instrumental role in both of Windsor’s title runs.

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NBLC Appoints David Magley as New Commissioner!

The NBL Canada Board of Directors in a unanimous vote, hired Brampton A’s GM/Head Coach David Magley, as the league’s new Commissioner.

In hiring Magley, the league brings on a unique individual who has a varied back ground that should fit the needs of the league nicely.

Born and raised in South Bend, IN, Magley was the 1978 Indiana Mr. Basketball.  He went on to an All Conference career at the University of Kansas.  As a Sr at KU he earned 1st TEAM Academic All American Status and became the 28th pick of the 1982 draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA.

After playing 4 years of professional basketball including a stint under Phil Jackson in the CBA and a couple of years of international ball in Europe, Magley retired and moved into business.