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The 6’11 kid from Canada: Ezichi Kalu of McCook Community College

Ezichi Kalu is a 6’11 forward who came to Canada to pursue his education. However, basketball was not always in the plans. Kalu was originally a soccer player, and his older brother is a currently playing professional soccer.  Kalu attended Columbia International College in Hamilton, ON, where he would first fall in love with the … Read moreThe 6’11 kid from Canada: Ezichi Kalu of McCook Community College

March Madness: Canadian Edition

Written by Rahsean Simpson It has been 720 days since we’ve had a chance to experience March Madness, and it has been everything we’ve anticipated and more. With a record-breaking upset year, to blue chips like Duke and Kentucky not qualifying for the tournament. Through all the madness, one tradition that hasn’t changed is that … Read moreMarch Madness: Canadian Edition

Malcolm Duvivier: Hometown Hero

Written By Rahsean Simpson A Three-star recruit coming out of basketball powerhouse St. Michael’s college in Toronto, Ontario. Malcolm made a name for himself across the border playing with Canada’s premier AAU team, CIA Bounce. The exposure from AAU and his senior year OFSAA Championship, landed him a full-ride scholarship to the Oregon State Beavers.  … Read moreMalcolm Duvivier: Hometown Hero

CK Kabongo- Toronto Hoop legend

Christian “CK” Kabongo is a staple in the Toronto hoop community, he’s accomplished a lot in his career as a nationally ranked hooper in high school, a college stand out and pro basketball player. However, off of the court, adversity and trouble have followed him for years, its been hard for him to shake his … Read moreCK Kabongo- Toronto Hoop legend

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