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The National Basketball League of Canada kicks off this winter and as rosters are finalized for the 2015-2016 season, we take a look back at the Canadians hired in the 2014-2015 campaign.

The NBLC is currently Canada’s only PRO league and is heading into its’ fifth year, with plans of offering more opportunities for Canadian content.

“The goal this season is to see between 40-50 Canadians in the league and there is little doubt that can increase in the minimum levels of Canadians will be discussed and implemented in the near future,” NBLC Commissioner David Magley told NPH.

Magley and the NBLC have been travelling the content looking for new talent to add to the 8-team league.

“Between all 18 days of the international summer combine series, we will see over 750 young prospects,” explained Magley.

“We expect 40+ contracts to be offered and our brand has become most recognized around North America. Young men from all over Canada and the USA are now aware of the opportunities in the NBLC.”

Below is a full list of all 42 Canadians that played in the NBLC last season:

Canadians in the NBLC – 2014-2015

Brampton A’s

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David Tyndale PG – 5’11” – 180 – York University

Theo Davis C – 6’10” – 225 – Brock

Richard Amardi PF – 6’8″ – 220 – Oregon

Bryson Johnson SG – 6’2″ – 193 – Bucknell

Kyle Johnson SF – 6’4″ – 210 – Long Island-Brooklyn

Ashton Smith G – 6’2″ – 185 – Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Halifax Rainmen

 

halifax rainmenLiam McMorrow C – 7’2″ – 275 – Texas Tech

Joey Haywood G – 6’1” – 170 – Saint Mary’s (NS)

Jasonn Hannibal C – 6’11” – 285 – Portland

Christopher Cayole PF – 6’8 – 210 – St. Michael’s

Tyrone Watson F – 6’5″ – 225 – New Mexico State

Douglas “Freddy” Appiah G – 6’1″ – California University of Pennsylvania

London Lightning

LightningLogoClinton Springer-Williams SG – 6’4″ – 210 – Carleton

Quincy Okolie C – 6’8″ – 228 – Northwood

Enrico DiLoreto PG – 6’1″ – 180 – Windsor

Sefton Barrett SF – 6’8″ – 215 – Central Michigan

Christian Kabongo SG – 6’5″ – 210 – New Mexico State

Kurt Alexander SG – 6’0″ – 185 – Drake

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Warren Ward G – 6’5″ – Ottawa

Tyrell Vernon G – 6’1″ – 190 – St. Francis Xavier

Tut Ruach PG – 6’2” – 170 – York University

Chad Posthumus C – 6’11” – 265 – Morehead State

Jabs Newby PG – 6’2” – 190 – Gannon

Michael Allison PF – 6’9″ – 215 – Maine

Moncton Miracles

 

MonctonTramar Sutherland G – 6’3″ – 200 – Arkansas-Little Rock

Darryl “Dwayne” Smith F – 6’7″ – 225 – George Washington

Tyler Murray SG – 6’4″ – 200 – Wagner

Shamus Ferguson C – 6’10” – 255 – Ottawa

Island Storm

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Doug McKinney PF – 6’8″ – 230 – Prince Edward Island

Cordell Jeanty PF – 6’7″ – Southern Illinois Evansville

Alex DesRoches F – 6’4″ – New Brunswick

Olumuyiwa Famutimi F – 6’6″ – 220 – Arkansas

Saint John Mill Rats

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Peter Wedge F – 6’7″ – 215 – St. Malachy’s HS (NB)

Jean-Richard Volcy F- 6’8″ – 235 – Northern Michigan

Jamie Vanderbeken F – 6’11” – 240 – Iowa State

Dane Smith SG – 6’5″ – 210 – Tennessee-Martin

Alex Johnson PG – 5’10” – 177 – North Carolina State

Matt Brooks G – 6’4″ – 220 – Dalhousie

Windsor Express

Windsor ExpressJahmal McQueen F – 6’7″ – 225 – Windsor

Kevin Loiselle SF – 6’6″ – 225 – Dawson

Josh Collins PG – 6’1″ – 170 – Windsor
Gary Gibson PG – 6’2″ – Eastern Washington

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