Toronto is Raising the Best Hoops Talent in the World

In this episode of THE WAY WE BALL, we travel north of the border to track the rise of a new basketball town and meet up with Nuggets guard Jamal Murray, and basketball's next prodigy.

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Oct 9 2018, 4:02pm

Canada is a hockey country, but Toronto is quickly becoming a basketball town. The success of the Raptors, along with an immigrant population and one of the best prep teams in the world, has turned the 6ix into a basketball factory. In this episode of THE WAY WE BALL, we trace the journey of a few local products including Jamal Murray’s path from Kitchener, Ontario to the NBA, and the young career of Elijah Fisher, the best middle school basketball player in the world.

This article originally appeared on VICE Sports US.