The 14-year-old hoops phenom headlines the class of 2023 and wants to be the greatest Canadian basketball player since Steve Nash.
The Canadian men's team could finally be ready to take off and graduate into a force, something they've given us a preview of at the FIBA World Cup qualifiers.
The sharpshooting legend from the north is dominating the National Basketball League of Canada, while helping grow the sport in his hometown of St. John's.
The development of Canadian men's college basketball is providing local hoopers a path to a pro career, and a reason to play at home.
The 16-year-old Canadian basketball superstar wants to change what it means to "jump like a girl."
It's Toronto's version of the Drew League.
Powered by a dominant R.J. Barrett, Canada won its first-ever FIBA basketball gold by taking the U19 World Cup. It was a defining moment for the sport in Canada.
Between Notice and Oregon's Dylan Ennis and Dillon Brooks, Canadian ballers are having a big impact on the men's NCAA basketball tournament.
It's safe to say Bennett is the biggest No. 1 overall bust of at least the last 40 years.
Nik Stauskas and Jamal Murray are lighting it up from deep, Andrew Wiggins is playing like a borderline All-Star, and Chris Boucher is doing things at the NCAA level. Canada Basketball is in a good place.
A depleted Canadian men's basketball team failed to secure an Olympic berth. The talent is there, but with many of the country's top players opting not to compete, it was tough to ask for a different outcome.
The most important development for Canada Basketball this year may have happened out of sight in the D-League, where Melvin Ejim took his game to new heights.