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CBL Standings
 1. Scarborough 9-3 
 2. Durham 6-5 
 3. Hamilton 5-6 
 4. Wellington 3-9 
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Round 9 (Regular Season)

Scarborough 67% Feb.25 Durham
Wellington Feb.25 Hamilton 59%

Wellington loses again, coach blasts team for lack of leadership - 2 days ago
Wellington BC interim head coach Butch Carter feels his team just isn't getting the on-floor leadership it needs and that's leading to its losses adding up in the inaugural Canadian Basketball League season. Monday afternoon in front of a crowd of about 1,000 people at the Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre, Wellington squandered a fast start to the game and lost 90-75 to Durham United. It was Wellington's 12th loss in 14 games this season and fourth setback in a row. 'I've got two guys tha...   [read more]

The Journey To the CBL For Minneapolis Native Mohamed - 3 days ago
Minor league basketball in North America is about as unorganized as any 'major' sport. The NBA D-League is now established as the top stop before the league. Outside the D-League there are dozens of regional leagues, some more professional than others. North of the border the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) is currently playing its sixth season with ten teams. It has grown from the original seven teams in 2011 to now include teams from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edwar...   [read more]

Wins for Wellington and Scarborough on Friday - 22 days ago
The Wellington Basketball Club win second game of season defeating Durham United 89-88 Friday evening. Jeremiah Williams (5'11''-PG-93, college: Canisius) led the way for Wellington scoring 25 points while Luke Moyer (6'1''-PG-93, college: John Brown) led the charge for during and tallied 22 points. The Scarborough Basketball Club jump to first in the standings after defeating Hamilton 109-101 Friday evening. Malik Thomas (6'7''-G/F-92, college: Norfolk St.) led the way for Scarborough fi...   [read more]

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