• Grant Audu aka Grandavian.

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

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. 

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

Marcus Carr is an NBA prospect

The game has shifted, the game has gotten younger, more athletic and more entertaining. Every year we see kids go one and done, but what does this mean for kids who take longer to develop or need a better situation ? It hurts the value of juniors and seniors, but it doesn’t mean they can’t

More than an athlete: Grandavian

As time goes on, we begin to see a lot more athletes expand their interests beyond their sport, defying the stigmas put in place by society. Guys like Lebron James, CJ McCollum, Dwayne Wade, Spencer Didwide & Damian Lilard have trail blazed a path for the next generation of hoopers. Basketball comes first, but you must

Nico Brauner: The Life of a pro basketball player

The biggest difference between university basketball and the pros is the overall level of basketball IQ and intensity they play with. The players’ and coaches’ attention to detail is a lot higher. Making reads in pick & roll situations and knowing how to move without the ball is so important at this level. The defence