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

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

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 … Read moreNico Brauner: The Life of a pro basketball player