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 Nedim HODZIC
  Waterloo
  (196-F-)
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 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
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Steals Per Game
 Lawrence MOORE
  Saskatch.
  (188-G-)
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Blocks Per Game
 Tanner GRAHAM
  Queen's
  (201-F-)
  Avg: 3.2
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Andrew Wiggins' 31 points make him top Canadian player abroad of the week - Feb 14, 2017


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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.


Andrew Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins
   #1. This week's number one is former international guard Andrew Wiggins (203-95, college: Kansas, currently plays in NBA). He led Minnesota Timberwolves to a 3-point victory over the Toronto Raptors (32-23) 112-109 in the NBA in Wednesday night's game. Wiggins was MVP of the game. He scored 31 points (!!!), had 5 rebounds and dished 6 assists in 38 minutes on the court; quite an impressive performance considering it's only Wiggins' third season in pro basketball. The Minnesota Timberwolves have 21-34 record this season. Wiggins has individually a very good year with high stats. He averages: 22.6ppg, 4.2rpg, 2.5apg, 2FGP: 48.4%, 3FGP: 34.7% and FT: 75.3% in 55 games he played so far. Wiggins played for the Canadian senior national team two years ago.

Andrew Rautins
Andrew Rautins
   #2. Second place goes to former international guard Andrew Rautins (193-86, college: Syracuse, currently plays in Turkey). He could not help Gaziantep (8-10) in their last game on Monday. Despite Rautins' very good performance Gaziantep was defeated 89-85 at home by the higher-ranked Darussafaka (#5). He was the top scorer with 24 points. Rautins also added 5 rebounds and dished 4 assists. Rautins has relatively good stats this season: 11.2ppg, 4.0rpg, 4.1apg, 1.2spg, 2FGP: 40.6%, 3FGP: 34.6% and FT: 92.3%. He is a naturalized American. Rautins played for the Canadian national team in 2013.

Samuel Dalembert
Samuel Dalembert
   #3. The Canadian player who performed third best last week abroad was an experienced former international center Samuel Dalembert (211-81, college: Seton Hall, currently plays in China). He led Shanxi Zhongyu to a victory over the 18th-ranked Jiangsu TX (8-27) 127-114 in the Chinese CBA on Wednesday night. Dalembert was the best player in that game. He had a double-double by scoring 41 points and getting 22 rebounds. Dalembert also added 4 blocks (went 14 for 14 at the free throw line !!!) in 46 minutes. Shanxi Zhongyu (14-21) is placed 13th in the CBA. There are only three games left until the end of the Regular Season. So now every game will be critical. Dalembert has very impressive stats this year: 16.9ppg, 12.5rpg, 2.0bpg, 2FGP: 56.5%(143-253), 3FGP: 31.3% and FT: 75.3% in 23 games. He has a dual citizenship: Haitian and Canadian. Dalembert played for the Canadian national team nine years ago.

Daniel Mullings
Daniel Mullings
   #4. Guard Daniel Mullings (188-91, college: N.Mexico St., currently plays in Finland) was the main contributor in a 3-point Joensuun Kataja's victory against the eighth-ranked KTP-Basket (10-17) 82-79 in the Finnish Korisliiga in Friday night's game. He was the top player that evening. Mullings recorded a double-double by scoring 32 points and getting 13 rebounds. He also added and 3 steals; not bad, considering it's only Mullings' second season in pro basketball. Joensuun Kataja Basket (16-8) is placed fourth in the Korisliiga. This season Mullings has very high stats. He averages: 15.2ppg, 7.3rpg, 3.4apg and 2.1spg. Mullings used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2015.

Khem Birch
Khem Birch
   #5. International center Khem Birch (208-92, college: UNLV, currently plays in Greece) was the major contributor in Olympiacos' victory against the sixth-ranked Kolossos HH (9-8) 70-59 in the Greek A1 last Monday. He scored 11 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in a mere 19 minutes. Olympiacos S.F.P. Pireus (14-0) is placed first in the A1. So far his team won all fourteen games in the Regular Season. This year Birch's overall stats are: 5.9ppg and 5.4rpg in 16 games. He plays currently for the Canadian national team.

Melvin Ejim
Melvin Ejim
   #6. Forward Melvin Ejim (200-91, college: Iowa St., currently plays in Basketball Champions League) was not able to help Umana Venezia (9-5) in their last game on Tuesday. Despite Ejim's very good performance the third-placed Umana Venezia (9-5) was defeated 74-67 on the road by the lower-ranked Ventspils (#5) in the group B of Basketball Champions League. He was the top scorer with 15 points. Ejim also added 6 rebounds. This season Ejim has relatively solid stats: 10.9ppg, 5.9rpg, 1.6apg and 1.2spg. He is an international player who is currently on the senior Canadian National Team roster.

Anthony Bennett
Anthony Bennett
   #7. International forward Anthony Bennett (203-93, college: UNLV, currently plays in Turkey) contributed to Fenerbahce's victory against the ninth-ranked Yesilgiresun Bld (8-10) 76-65 in the Turkish BSL in Sunday night's game. Bennett scored 7 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in 32 minutes. Fenerbahce Istanbul (14-3) is placed first in the BSL. This year Bennett's total stats are: 9.3ppg, 8.3rpg, 1.7apg and 1.3spg in three games. He is also Canadian national team player.

Aaron Doornekamp
Aaron Doornekamp
   #8. Forward Aaron Doornekamp (201-85, agency: Interperformances, currently plays in Spain) was not able to secure a victory for CB Canarias (15-5) in their last game on Saturday. Despite Doornekamp's good performance CB Canarias was defeated 70-60 in Las Palmas by the lower-ranked Gran Canaria (#7). He scored 12 points. Doornekamp has reliable stats this season: 12.7ppg, 4.1rpg and 1.4apg. He used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2015.

Tristan Thompson
Tristan Thompson
   #9. International forward Tristan Thompson (206-91, college: Texas, currently plays in NBA) contributed to a Cleveland Cavaliers' victory against the Washington Wizards (33-21) 140-135 in the NBA on Monday night. Thompson had a double-double by scoring 22 points and getting 12 rebounds in 41 minutes. The Cleveland Cavaliers have a solid 37-16 record this season. It's Thompson's sixth year with the team. His stats this year are: 8.0ppg, 9.7rpg and 1.2bpg in 53 games. Thompson is also in the roster of the Canadian national team.

Kevin Pangos
Kevin Pangos
   #10. Point guard Kevin Pangos (188-93, college: Gonzaga, currently plays in Lithuania) helped Zalgiris win their game against the eighth-ranked Dzukija (6-17) crushing them 96-68 in the Lithuanian LKL in Sunday night's game. He was the top player that evening. Pangos scored 15 points and added 3 assists. B.C. Zalgiris Kaunas (21-2) is placed first in the LKL. Pangos has averaged so far 9.1ppg, 2.5rpg and 3.5apg. He is a former international player as eight years ago he still played for the Canadian senior national team.

   #11. Former international guard Carl English (195-81, college: Hawaii, currently plays in EuroCup) couldn't help ALBA Berlin (1-5) in their last game. Despite English's very good performance ALBA Berlin was crushed 99-73 in Valencia by the leading Basket. He was the second best scorer with 18 points in 21 minutes. English has averaged so far 7.4ppg and 2.0rpg in seven games. He used to play for the Canadian national team two years ago.

   #12. Former international power forward Kelly Olynyk (213-91, college: Gonzaga, currently plays in NBA) helped Boston Celtics win their game against the Utah Jazz 112-104 in the NBA on Saturday night. Olynyk scored 19 points, had 7 boards, handed out 3 passes and blocked 2 shots. Olynyk's stats this season are: 9.0ppg, 4.7rpg and 1.9apg. He used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2015.

   #13. Former international shooting guard Nik Stauskas (198-93, college: Michigan, currently plays in NBA) couldn't help the Philadelphia 76ers (20-35) in their last game on Wednesday. Despite Stauskas' very good performance the Philadelphia 76ers were defeated 111-103 in San Antonio by the Spurs. He scored 16 points, had 7 rebounds and dished 7 assists. Stauskas averaged so far 8.9ppg, 2.6rpg and 2.3apg. He used to play for the Canadian national team two years ago.

   #14. Former international forward Dwight Powell (211-91, college: Stanford, currently plays in NBA) couldn't help the Dallas Mavericks (22-33) in their last game. Despite Powell's good performance the Dallas Mavericks were crushed 110-87 in Denver by the Nuggets. He recorded 14 points, 4 rebounds and 2 blocks in 26 minutes. Powell averaged so far 7.1ppg and 4.5rpg in 54 games. He used to play for the Canadian national team back in 2015.

   #15. Former international center Sean Denison (210-85, agency: 011 Sports, college: Santa Clara, currently plays in FIBA Europe Cup) helped his Romanian team Oradea win their game against the third-ranked Usak Sportlif 82-72 in the FIBA Europe Cup in Wednesday night's game. Denison recorded 18 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and made 3 blocks. It was his first game for Oradea this season. He used to play for the Canadian national team ten years ago.


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

   #1. Yannick Anzuluni (205-F-87, college: Houghton, currently plays in Sweden) could not help BC Lulea (19-5) in their last game. Despite Anzuluni's very good performance the league leader BC Lulea lost 77-81 on the road to the league outsider (#9) Malbas. He had a double-double by scoring 21 points and getting 14 rebounds. Anzuluni also added 5 assists and 3 steals in 34 minutes. It's Anzuluni's first season with the team. He averaged so far 14.9ppg, 8.0rpg, 2.8apg and 2.1spg in 23 games he played so far.

   #2. Matthew Wright (193-G-91, college: St.Bonaventure, currently plays in Philippines) was not able to help Phoenix (6-5) in their last game on Monday. Despite Wright's very good performance Phoenix were badly defeated 91-71 at home by the higher-ranked Star Hotshots (#3). He was the top scorer with 24 points. Wright also added 5 rebounds (was perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line). It's Wright's first season with the team. He has individually a very good year with high stats. Wright averages: 18.5ppg, 6.8rpg, 3.3apg and 1.3spg. He has a dual citizenship: Canadian and Filipino. Despite Wright's Canadian passport, he previously played for the Filipino U18 national team and is probably not eligible to play for the Canadian team.

   #3. Tyrell Green (201-F-95, currently plays college basketball in the States), who plays in the NCAA was not able to secure a victory for the UNLV (2-3) in their last game. Despite Green's very good performance the UNLV were edged 76-74 in San Jose by the State University. He recorded 28 points (!!!) and grabbed 9 rebounds in 31 minutes. Green averaged so far 12.3ppg and 5.4rpg in 25 games.

   #4. Maurice Walker (208-F/C-91, college: Minnesota, currently plays in United Kingdom) was the major contributor in a Worcester Wolves' victory against the league outsider Manchester Giants (4-18) 91-74 in the British BBL last Friday. He scored 23 points, had 6 rebounds and made 2 blocks. Worcester Wolves (9-12) is placed seventh in the BBL. This season Walker has very high stats. He averages: 21.6ppg, 10.3rpg and 1.7apg. Walker is another player who holds two passports: Canadian and British.

   #5. Elijah Long (183-G, currently studies in the States) led Mt.St.Mary's to an easy victory against the St.Francis University (PA) (4-2) 81-62 in the NCAA last Saturday. He recorded 25 points, 6 rebounds, 8 assists and 3 steals in 40 minutes. The Mt.Saint Mary's University, MD has a very solid 5-1 conference record this season. It was Mt.St.Mary's' third consecutive victory in a row. There are only four games left until the end of the NCAA Regular Season. So now every game will be critical. Long averaged so far 14.4ppg, 5.3rpg, 4.4apg and 1.6spg in 27 games.

   #6. Joseph Chartouny (190-G-94, is currently at the American university), who plays in the NCAA couldn't help the Fordham (1-4) in their last game on Saturday. Despite his very good performance the Fordham was defeated 73-67 on their home court in Bronx by the George Mason University. Chartouny recorded 21 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Chartouny averaged so far 12.0ppg, 4.4rpg, 5.4apg and 3.5spg.

   #7. Chris Johnson (196-G/F-88, college: St.Bonaventure, currently plays in Portugal) couldn't help one of league's weakest teams Illiabum (12-7) in their last game. Despite his good performance Illiabum lost 74-83 on the opponent's court to the higher-ranked (#5) Galitos-Barreiro. Johnson recorded 13 points and added 3 assists in 30 minutes. Johnson averaged so far 10.3ppg and 2.6rpg in 18 games.

   #8. Dwayne Smith (198-F-89, college: G.Washington, currently plays in Argentina) led Olimpo to a victory against the second-ranked Parque Sur 82-69 in the Argentinian TNA (second division) in Thursday night's game. He recorded 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks. Smith averaged so far 13.1ppg, 7.5rpg, 1.1apg and 1.4spg.

   #9. Kiefer Douse (190-G-92, currently plays college basketball in the States) contributed to a 2-point Canisius' victory against the St.Peter's College 72-70 in the NCAA last Monday. He scored 22 points, grabbed 4 boards, dished 4 assists and stole 3 balls in 33 minutes. Douse averaged so far 10.7ppg, 4.2rpg and 3.1apg in 26 games.

   #10. Chad Posthumus (211-C-91, college: Morehead St., currently plays in Japan) couldn't help Shinshu BW in their game against Yamagata in the Japanese B League D2. Despite his very good performance on Saturday night He recorded a double-double by scoring 18 points and getting 15 rebounds. This season Posthumus has very high stats. He averages: 15.9ppg and 9.1rpg.   




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