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  (198-F-)
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Tristan Thompson's double-double lands him Player of the Week award among Canadians playing currently abroad - Jan 22, 2013


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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.


Tristan Thompson
Tristan Thompson
   #1. This week's number one is former U19 international forward Tristan Thompson (203-91, college: Texas, currently plays in NBA). Thompson was the major contributor in a Cleveland Cavaliers' victory against the Portland Trail Blazers (20-21) 93-88 in the NBA last Wednesday. He recorded a double-double by scoring 19 points and getting 14 rebounds; quite an impressive performance considering it's only Thompson's second season in pro basketball. The Cleveland Cavaliers have not so impressive 10-32 record this season. Thompson has relatively good stats this year: 10.3ppg, 9.3rpg, 1.2apg, 2FGP: 48.5% and FT: 61.5%. He played for the Canadian U19 national team four years ago.

Steve Nash
Steve Nash
   #2. Second place goes to an experienced former international point guard Steve Nash (190-74, college: Santa Clara, currently plays in NBA), who plays in the NBA. Nash could not help the Los Angeles Lakers (17-24) in their last game. Despite his very good performance the Los Angeles Lakers lost 83-95 on the road to the Chicago Bulls. Nash was the top scorer with 18 points. He also added 4 rebounds and 6 assists in 36 minutes. It was Lakers' third consecutive loss in a row. It's Nash's first season with the team. Nash has individually a very good year with high stats. He averages: 11.2ppg, 2.8rpg, 8.6apg, 2FGP: 56.9%(58-102), 3FGP: 39.0% in the 17 games he played so far. Nash played for the Canadian national team in 2003.

Ross Bekkering
Ross Bekkering
   #3. The Canadian player who performed third best last week abroad was former University international forward Ross Bekkering (203-87, currently plays in Holland). He led Leiden to a victory over the league outsider Rotterdam (1-19) 82-70 in the Dutch Eredivisie in Thursday night's game. Bekkering was MVP of the game. He recorded a double-double by scoring 24 points and getting 12 rebounds. Zorg and Zekerheid Leiden (17-4) is placed second in the Eredivisie. It was his team's third consecutive victory in a row. Bekkering is currently fifth on the league's list of best rebounders. He has very reliable stats this season: 13.7ppg, 8.1rpg, 1.3apg, 2FGP: 54.0%, 3FGP: 18.8% and FT: 64.7%. Bekkering played for the Canadian university national team four years ago.

Devoe Joseph
Devoe Joseph
   #4. Guard Devoe Joseph (193-90, agency: Interperformances, college: Oregon, currently plays in EuroChallenge), who plays in Ukraine was not able to help Khimik (0-1) in their last game on Tuesday. Despite his very good performance the third-placed Khimik was edged 93-90 in Bursa by the leading Tofas in the group K of EuroChallenge. Joseph recorded 17 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists (made all of his six free throws). This season Joseph has relatively solid stats: 12.9ppg, 3.0rpg, 2.6apg and 1.6spg. He used to play for the Canadian U19 national team back in 2007.

Kyle Landry
Kyle Landry
   #5. Former international power forward Kyle Landry (207-86, college: N.Arizona, currently plays in VTB United League) contributed to an easy victory against the closely-ranked CEZ Nymburk (4-8) crushing them 96-68 in the VTB United League last Sunday. Landry scored 14 points and grabbed 5 rebounds. Triumph Lyubertsy (5-6) is placed seventh in group B. Landry is ranked seventh on the list of the best rebounders in the league. This season he has very good stats: 11.5ppg, 6.7rpg, 1.1apg and 1.1spg. Landry used to play for the Canadian national team four years ago.

Nemanja Mitrovic
Nemanja Mitrovic
   #6. Guard Nemanja Mitrovic (197-90, college: Portland, currently plays in Greece), who plays in the Greek A1 was not able to secure a victory for Kavala (3-10) in their last game. Despite his very good performance Kavala lost 79-88 in Rethymno to the much higher-ranked (#5) AGOR. Mitrovic was the top scorer with 24 points in 33 minutes; not bad, considering it's only his third season in pro basketball. This year Mitrovic's overall stats are: 7.7ppg, 2.6rpg and 1.1apg in the 13 games. He is a former international player as he played for the Canadian senior team two years ago.

Kelly Olynyk
Kelly Olynyk
   #7. Former international forward Kelly Olynyk (213-91, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to an easy victory against the University of Portland (1-4) crushing them 71-49 in the NCAA last Thursday. He scored 21 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and made 2 blocks in a mere 19 minutes. The Gonzaga University has 4-0 conference record this season. So far his team won all four games in the conference. Olynyk is one of the most experienced players in a team as it's his fourth year in Gonzaga's roster. Olynyk has very impressive stats this season: 15.1ppg, 5.5rpg, 1.2apg, 1.6bpg and 1.6spg in the 24 games. He used to play for the Canadian national team two years ago.

Samuel Dalembert
Samuel Dalembert
   #8. Center Samuel Dalembert (211-81, college: Seton Hall, currently plays in NBA) couldn't help the Milwaukee Bucks (21-18) in their game against the Los Angeles Lakers (17-24) in the NBA. Dalembert recorded 7 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. The Milwaukee Bucks were badly defeated 104-88 in Los Angeles by the Lakers. Dalembert's total stats this season are: 5.3ppg, 4.6rpg and 1.2bpg. He used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2008.

Brady Heslip
Brady Heslip
   #9. Former international guard Brady Heslip (188-90, currently studies in the States) contributed to an easy victory against the Hardin-Simmons (2-4) crushing them 107-38 in the NCAA last Saturday. He recorded 15 points. The Baylor University has 4-1 conference record this season. Heslip's total stats this year are: 5.3ppg, 4.6rpg and 1.2bpg. He used to play for the Canadian national team two years ago.

Joel Anthony
Joel Anthony
   #10. Center Joel Anthony (206-82, college: UNLV, currently plays in NBA) couldn't help the Miami Heat (26-12) in their game against the Utah Jazz (22-19) in the NBA. Anthony cannot count Monday's game as one of the best ones. He scored only 3 points in 23 minutes. The Miami Heat lost 97-104 in Salt Lake City to the Utah Jazz. Anthony has been at the team for five years. This season Anthony's total stats are: 1.6ppg and 2.1rpg in the 34 games. He is a former international player as two years ago he still played for the Canadian senior national team.

   #11. Former U21 international forward Henry Bekkering (198-85, college: E.Washington, currently plays in Holland), who plays in the Dutch Eredivisie couldn't help one of league's weakest teams M.Magixx (12-9) in their last game on Saturday. Despite Bekkering's very good performance M.Magixx was defeated 81-68 at home by the higher-ranked Groningen (#3). He was the top scorer with 19 points. Bekkering has averaged so far 9.0ppg and 2.7rpg. He used to play for the Canadian U21 national team nine years ago.

   #12. Former U19 international guard Nik Stauskas (198-93, is currently at the American university) contributed to Michigan's victory against the University of Minnesota 83-75 in the NCAA last Thursday. Stauskas scored 11 points and added 3 passes in 37 minutes. He has averaged so far 9.0ppg and 2.7rpg in the 20 games. Stauskas used to play for the Canadian U19 national team back in 2011.

   #13. Former international forward Mangisto Arop (198-90, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to an Indiana St.'s victory against the University of Evansville 72-62 in the NCAA on Saturday night. He recorded 19 points. Arop has averaged so far 9.0ppg and 2.7rpg. He used to play for the Canadian national team two years ago.

   #14. Former U19 international forward Marc Trasolini (206-90, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to a Santa Clara's victory against the Pepperdine University 83-76 in the NCAA in Saturday night's game. Trasolini recorded 18 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks in 38 minutes. He has averaged so far 9.0ppg and 2.7rpg in the 20 games. Trasolini used to play for the Canadian U19 national team back in 2009.

   #15. Former international swingman Stephen Ross (201-80, agency: Court Side, college: Santa Clara, currently plays in Romania) was the main contributor in U-Mobitelco's victory against the 14th-ranked Miercurea Ciuc crushing them 87-56 in the Romanian Liga Nationala last Monday. He was the best player in that game. Ross scored 17 points and grabbed 5 rebounds. He has reliable stats this season: 11.9ppg, 7.3rpg and 1.4apg. Ross used to play for the Canadian national team eleven years ago.


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

   #1. Experienced Matt Bonner (206-F-80, college: Florida, currently plays in NBA) was the major contributor in a San Antonio Spurs' victory against the Atlanta Hawks (23-18) 98-93 in the NBA in Saturday night's game. He scored 17 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in 23 minutes. The San Antonio Spurs have a solid 33-11 record this season. It was his team's fifth consecutive victory in a row. It's Bonner's seventh year with the team. This season Bonner averages: 3.8ppg and 2.0rpg in the 37 games he played so far. He is a naturalized American.

   #2. Andrew Nicholson (205-PF-89, agency: Priority Sports, college: St.Bonaventure, currently plays in NBA), who plays in the NBA could not help the Orlando Magic (14-26) in their last game. Despite his good performance the Orlando Magic lost 100-106 on the road to the Charlotte Bobcats. Nicholson recorded 10 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in 18 minutes. This year Nicholson has relatively solid stats: 7.7ppg and 3.3rpg in the 38 games.

   #3. Dejan Kravic (211-F-90, currently plays college basketball in the States) was not able to help the Texas Tech (1-4) in their game against the The University of Oklahoma (5-1) in the NCAA, despite his very good performance in Wednesday night's game. Kravic recorded 20 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in 26 minutes. But the Texas Tech was badly defeated 81-63 in Norman, OK by the The University of Oklahoma. It was Texas Tech's fourth consecutive loss in a row. Kravic has reliable stats this year: 12.9ppg, 3.0rpg, 2.6apg and 1.6spg in the seven games. He has a dual citizenship: Serbian and Canadian.

   #4. Sefton Barrett (196-SF-83, agency: Limelight Hoops, college: Cent.Michigan, currently plays in Finland) led KTP-Basket to a victory over the closely-ranked Kouvot (12-12) 86-76 in the Finnish Korisliiga in Wednesday night's game. Barrett was the best player in that game. He scored 25 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. KTP Basket Kotka (18-6) is placed fourth in the Korisliiga. It was his team's fourth consecutive victory in a row. Barrett is currently first on the league's list of best blockers. He has individually a very good season with high stats. Barrett averages: 15.1ppg, 5.5rpg, 1.2apg, 1.6bpg and 1.6spg.

   #5. Jason Calliste (188-PG, currently studies in the States) contributed to an easy victory against the University of Illinois-Chicago (2-4) crushing them 98-47 in the NCAA in Saturday night's game. Calliste recorded 20 points in 30 minutes. The University of Detroit Mercy has 4-3 conference record this season. This year Calliste's total stats are: 5.3ppg, 4.6rpg and 1.2bpg in the 21 games.

   #6. Ben Millaud-Meunier (185-SG-91, is currently at the American university) was not able to secure a victory for the St.Francis, PA in their game against the Sacred Heart University in the NCAA. Despite his very good performance on Saturday night He recorded 20 points and grabbed 4 rebounds. Millaud-Meunier averaged so far 11.9ppg, 7.3rpg and 1.4apg.

   #7. Melvin Ejim (198-F-91, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to a 2-point Iowa St.'s victory against the West Virginia University 69-67 in the NCAA in Wednesday night's game. He had a double-double by scoring 16 points and getting 13 rebounds in 34 minutes. Ejim averaged so far 11.9ppg, 7.3rpg and 1.4apg in the nine games.

   #8. Alexander Murphy (183-G-88, currently plays in Denmark) contributed to Naestved's victory against the closely-ranked Bakken 67-63 in the Danish Ligaen in Monday night's game. He scored 21 points and added 6 assists (was perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line). Murphy belongs to league's best passers and is ranked #5. He has very solid stats this season: 12.4ppg, 3.1rpg, 5.0apg and 1.3spg.

   #9. Justin Edwards (190-PG-92, currently plays college basketball in the States) couldn't help the Maine in their game against the Binghamton University in the NCAA, despite his good performance last Saturday. Edwards recorded 12 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists in 35 minutes. But his team was edged 57-56. He averaged so far 12.4ppg, 3.1rpg, 5.0apg and 1.3spg in the 20 games.

   #10. Juevol Myles (185-G-89, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to an easy victory against the Oakland University 97-78 in the NCAA on Saturday night. Myles recorded 17 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. He averaged so far 12.4ppg, 3.1rpg, 5.0apg and 1.3spg.   




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