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Levon Kendall selected the top Canadian playing abroad in last week's games - Nov 6, 2012


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We bring you last week's top performances from Canadians who are playing abroad and who all have had prior experience of national team duties at youth or senior level.


Levon Kendall
Levon Kendall
   #1. This week's number one is an international forward Levon Kendall (209-84, college: Pittsburgh, currently plays in Spain), who plays in the Spanish ACB. He could not help Blusens Monbus (4-2) in their last game. Despite Kendall's very good performance Blusens Monbus was badly defeated 76-58 on the road by the lower-ranked (#12) CAI Zaragoza. He was the top scorer with 21 points. Kendall also added 6 rebounds and made 2 blocks in 35 minutes on the court. But this is still an early stage of the season and everything may happen. Kendall belongs to league's top scorers (ranked #2) and also on the list of best blockers (third place). He has individually a very good year with high stats. Kendall averages: 17.0ppg, 6.3rpg, 1.8apg, 1.5bpg, 2FGP: 51.4% and FT: 71.0% in the six games he played so far. He has a dual citizenship: Canadian and Irish. Kendall played for the Canadian senior national team one years ago.

Devoe Joseph
Devoe Joseph
   #2. Second place goes to former U19 international guard Devoe Joseph (193-90, agency: Interperformances, college: Oregon, currently plays in Ukraine). He led Khimik to a 3-point victory over the sixth-ranked Hoverla (6-5) 88-85 in the Ukrainian Superleague last Friday. Joseph was MVP of the game. He scored 24 points and added 4 assists; quite an impressive performance considering it's only Joseph's first season in pro basketball. Khimik-OPZ Yuzny (9-2) is placed first in the Superleague. It was his team's third consecutive victory in a row. There are only two games left until the end of the Regular Season. So now every game will be critical. Joseph has relatively good stats this season: 12.5ppg, 3.6rpg, 2.4apg, 1.1spg, 2FGP: 42.9%, 3FGP: 45.5%(20-44) and FT: 82.8%. He played for the Canadian U19 national team in 2007.

Tristan Thompson
Tristan Thompson
   #3. The Canadian player who performed third best last week abroad was former U19 international forward Tristan Thompson (203-91, college: Texas, currently plays in NBA). Thompson led Cleveland Cavaliers to a victory against the Washington Wizards (0-2) 94-84 in the NBA on Tuesday night. He had a double-double by scoring 12 points and getting 10 rebounds. Thompson also added 5 assists in 32 minutes. The Cleveland Cavaliers have 2-2 record this season. But the season just started, so everything may happen. This year Thompson's overall stats are: 7.0ppg, 7.3rpg, 1.8apg, 1.3spg, 2FGP: 36.0% and FT: 55.6% in the four games. He played for the Canadian U19 national team three years ago.

Carl English
Carl English
   #4. Guard Carl English (192-81, college: Hawaii, currently plays in Spain), who plays in the Spanish ACB was not able to help Asefa Estudiantes (4-2) in their last game on Saturday. Despite English's good performance Asefa Estudiantes was defeated 86-81 in Valladolid by the lower-ranked Blancos de Rueda (#11). He scored 12 points and added 3 passes. But the season is still in it's first stage and everything can happen. It's English's first year with the team. English is currently first on the league's list of top scorers. This season he has very high stats. English averages: 18.7ppg, 3.2rpg and 1.8apg. He used to play for the Canadian national team last year.

Ross Bekkering
Ross Bekkering
   #5. Former University international forward Ross Bekkering (203-87, currently plays in Holland) was the major contributor in Leiden's victory against one of league's weakest teams Weert (1-5) 76-64 in the Dutch Eredivisie last Saturday. Bekkering had a double-double by scoring 15 points and getting 14 rebounds in 24 minutes. Zorg and Zekerheid Leiden (5-1) is placed second in the Eredivisie. But there are still lots of games to play and it's a long way to go. Bekkering is currently third on the league's list of best rebounders with 7.5rpg. This year he also averages: 11.5ppg and 1.5apg in the six games. Bekkering used to play for the Canadian university national team three years ago.

Jevohn Shepherd
Jevohn Shepherd
   #6. Forward Jevohn Shepherd (196-86, college: Michigan, currently plays in Romania) led CSM Bucuresti to a victory over the closely-ranked Giurgiu (3-3) 80-73 in the Romanian Division A last Saturday. Shepherd was the best player in that game. He scored 19 points and grabbed 7 rebounds. CS Municipal Bucuresti (4-2) is placed seventh in the Division A. It's Shepherd's first season with the team. Shepherd is currently second on the league's list of top scorers and also on the list of most steals (second place). This season he has very high stats. Shepherd averages: 20.8ppg, 3.2rpg and 2.4spg. He is international player as he played for the Canadian senior team one years ago.

Steve Nash
Steve Nash
   #7. An experienced former international point guard Steve Nash (190-74, college: Santa Clara, currently plays in NBA) was not able to secure a victory for the Los Angeles Lakers (1-2) in their game against the Dallas Mavericks (3-1) in the NBA. Nash recorded 7 points and added 4 assists in 34 minutes. The Los Angeles Lakers lost 91-99 in Dallas to the Mavericks. It was Lakers' third consecutive loss in a row. This year Nash's total stats are: 4.5ppg, 3.0rpg and 4.0apg in the two games. He used to play for the Canadian national team nine years ago.

Henry Bekkering
Henry Bekkering
   #8. Forward Henry Bekkering (198-85, college: E.Washington, currently plays in Holland) contributed to an overtime M.Magixx's victory against the seventh-ranked Leeuwarden (2-4) 96-90 in the Dutch Eredivisie in Saturday night's game. Bekkering scored 17 points (was perfect 7-for-7 from the free throw line). Matrixx Magixx Wijchen (4-2) is placed third in the Eredivisie. Bekkering has averaged so far 7.8ppg and 2.4rpg. He used to play for the Canadian U21 national team back in 2004.

Nemanja Mitrovic
Nemanja Mitrovic
   #9. International guard Nemanja Mitrovic (197-90, college: Portland, currently plays in Balkan League), who plays in Greece couldn't help one of league's weakest teams Kavala (2-1) in their last game on Tuesday. Despite his very good performance Kavala was defeated 79-74 in Gevgelija by the higher-ranked Kozuv (#6). Mitrovic was the second best scorer with 15 points. He also added 4 rebounds. Mitrovic belongs to league's top scorers and is ranked #9. He has very reliable stats this season: 14.3ppg and 3.3rpg. Mitrovic used to play for the Canadian national team last year.

Jermaine Bucknor
Jermaine Bucknor
   #10. Forward Jermaine Bucknor (199-83, college: Richmond, currently plays in Germany) couldn't help TBB Trier (4-2) in their game against ALBA Berlin (3-2) in the German BBL. He recorded 8 points and blocked 2 blocks. TBB Trier was defeated 88-80 at home by the lower-ranked ALBA Berlin (#8). They ended the series of three consecutive victories. Bucknor has averaged so far 8.3ppg and 2.5rpg. He is a former international player as seven years ago he still played for the Canadian senior national team.

   #11. Former U18 international forward Olu Ashaolu (200-88, college: Oregon, currently plays in Spain), who plays in the Spanish LEB Gold (second division) couldn't help Caceres Basket (1-4) in their last game on Friday. Despite Ashaolu's very good performance Caceres Basket was edged 87-84 on the opponent's court by the much higher-ranked Palencia_Baloncesto (#3). He was the top scorer with 16 points. Ashaolu also added 4 rebounds. This season he has relatively solid stats: 11.4ppg, 4.6rpg and 1.8spg. Ashaolu used to play for the Canadian U18 national team six years ago.

   #12. Former international power forward Sean Denison (211-85, also represented by Interperformances, college: Santa Clara, currently plays in Russia), who plays in the Russian Superleague (second division) couldn't help Ataman (4-1) in their last game. Despite Denison's good performance the league leader Ataman lost 97-102 on their home court in Rostov to the much lower-ranked (#11) Sojuz Zaretchny. He had a double-double by scoring 13 points and getting 11 rebounds. Denison also added 2 blocks in 27 minutes. He has reliable stats this year: 11.0ppg and 10.0rpg in the two games. Denison used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2007.

   #13. Former international center David Collins (213-85, college: Bradley, currently plays in Slovenia) managed to help KK Elektra Sostanj in a victory against the eighth-ranked Tajfun 78-71 in the Slovenian Telemach League last Saturday. He scored 5 points, had 6 rebounds and made 2 blocks in 26 minutes. Collins is currently third on the league's list of best rebounders and also on the list of best blockers (third place). He has averaged so far 9.0ppg, 9.3rpg and 2.0bpg in the three games. Collins used to play for the Canadian national team three years ago.

   #14. Former international center Samuel Dalembert (211-81, college: Seton Hall, currently plays in NBA) contributed to a Milwaukee Bucks' victory against the Boston Celtics 99-88 in the NBA on Friday night. He recorded only 2 points in 15 minutes. Dalembert has averaged so far 1.0ppg and 2.5rpg in the two games. He used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2008.

   #15. Former international center Scott Morrison (212-86, college: Portland St., currently plays in Germany) helped Eisbaeren Bremerhaven win their game against the 12th-ranked EnBW Ludwigsburg 86-80 in the German BBL on Sunday night. Morrison recorded 6 points and grabbed 8 rebounds. His stats this season are: 10.9ppg and 4.9rpg. Morrison used to play for the Canadian national team three years ago.


The list of other players, who all have Canadian passport but never been selected to any of Canadian national teams:

   #1. Ali Mahmoud (184-G-83, currently plays in Lebanon) was the major contributor in a Al Riyadi's victory against the seventh-ranked Bejjeh (0-1) crushing them 89-61 in the Lebanese Division A on Friday night. He recorded 17 points and added 3 assists. It was his first game for Al Riyadi this season. His team is placed second in the Division A. Mahmoud is one of the most experienced players in a team as it's his ninth year in Al Riyadi's roster. Mahmoud has a dual citizenship: Canadian and Lebanese.

   #2. Sefton Barrett (196-SF-83, agency: Limelight Hoops, college: Cent.Michigan, currently plays in Finland) led KTP-Basket to an easy victory against the closely-ranked Namika Lahti (3-5) crushing them 103-77 in the Finnish Korisliiga in Friday night's game. He scored 22 points and had 5 steals in 32 minutes. KTP Basket Kotka (6-3) is placed fifth in the Korisliiga. Barrett is ranked fourth on the list of the best blockers in the league with 1.2bpg. He also averaged so far 16.3ppg, 5.6rpg, 2.1apg and 1.9spg in the nine games he played so far.

   #3. Stephen Sir (195-G-82, college: N.Arizona, currently plays in Romania) led CSM Bucuresti to a victory against the closely-ranked Giurgiu (3-3) 80-73 in the Romanian Division A last Saturday. Sir scored 18 points in 26 minutes. CS Municipal Bucuresti (4-2) is placed seventh in the Division A. This year Sir has relatively solid stats: 11.3ppg and 2.3rpg in the four games.

   #4. Michael Fraser (203-C/F-84, college: Oklah.Baptist, currently plays in Lebanon) contributed to a 3-point Byblos' victory against one of league's weakest teams Al Moutahed (0-1) 84-81 in the Lebanese Division A in Friday night's game. He had a double-double by scoring 14 points and getting 20 rebounds. Fraser also added 2 blocks in 39 minutes. It was his first game for Byblos this season. His team is placed fourth in the Division A. Fraser is currently first on the league's list of best rebounders and also on the list of best blockers (third place).

   #5. Hernst Laroche (185-G, college: N.Mexico St., currently plays in Ukraine), who plays in the Ukrainian Superleague could not help BC Odessa (2-9) in their last game. Despite Laroche's very good performance the bottom-ranked BC Odessa was edged 85-82 at home by the much higher-ranked (#4) Halychyna. He was the second best scorer with 16 points. Laroche also added made 4 passes and 3 steals in 29 minutes; not bad, considering it's only his first season in pro basketball. It was BC Odessa's third consecutive loss in a row. There are only two games left until the end of the Regular Season. So now every game will be critical. Laroche has averaged so far 9.1ppg, 2.9rpg, 3.9apg and 1.4spg in the 11 games.

   #6. Matt Bonner (206-F-80, college: Florida, currently plays in NBA) contributed to an easy victory against the Indiana Pacers crushing them 101-79 in the NBA in Monday night's game. He recorded 6 points. This season Bonner averages only 3.5ppg. He is a naturalized American.

   #7. Jasonn Hannibal (210-C-88, college: Portland, currently plays in Slovenia), who plays in the Slovenian Telemach League was not able to help Polzela (0-3) in their last game. Despite Hannibal's very good performance Polzela lost 49-61 on their home court in Polzela to the leading Rogaska. He had a double-double by scoring 19 points and getting 12 rebounds in 29 minutes. Hannibal is ranked first on the list of the best rebounders in the league and also on the list of best blockers (first place). This year he has very good stats: 14.0ppg, 11.3rpg and 2.3bpg in the three games.

   #8. Ali Kanaan (207-C/F-85, college: Mass.-Lowell, currently plays in Lebanon) is a teammate of previously mentioned Ali Mahmoud and both played together in the last Lebanese Division A game. Kanaan managed to help Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut in a victory against the seventh-ranked Bejjeh crushing them 89-61. He recorded only 3 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in 20 minutes. It was his first game for Al Riyadi this season. Kanaan is ranked fourth on the list of the best rebounders in the league with 13 rebounds. He is another player who holds two passports: Canadian and Lebanese.

   #9. Andrew Nicholson (205-PF-89, agency: Priority Sports, college: St.Bonaventure, currently plays in NBA) contributed to an easy victory against the Phoenix Suns crushing them 115-94 in the NBA last Sunday. Nicholson scored 5 points. He has averaged so far 3.5ppg and 1.5rpg.

   #10. Corey Muirhead (197-F-83, college: W.Carolina, currently plays in Czech Republic), who plays in the Czech Republic NBL was not able to secure a victory for BK Pardubice (3-4) in their last game on Saturday. Despite his good performance BK Pardubice was crushed 99-73 on the road by the leading CEZ Nymburk. Muirhead recorded a double-double by scoring 13 points and getting 11 rebounds. Muirhead is ranked second on the list of the best rebounders in the league. This season he has very good stats: 13.7ppg, 9.8rpg, 2.3apg and 1.5spg. Muirhead has both Canadian and Jamaican nationalities.
  



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