October 1, 2022

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Canada’s Paris Route begins with 12 NBA games against DR

Canada’s NBA muscles are visualized beyond what it handles raptors; Not only is it the country with the most players in the NBA (19) at the start of the current season, it is almost three times closer (Australia and France, seven).

But his international history did not match with the way he developed talents like Steve Nash, Jamal McLaren, Tristan Thompson or Rick Fox. Two seventh places in 24 matches World Cup He won his only medal at the nine Olympics 80 years ago (in Berlin in 1936).

But in his next international commitment, Paris will take to the stage in 2024 and begin to unravel his road map with aspirations to get his best spot at the World Cup.

And the competitor in the exam is the Dominican Republic. North American troops will receive the crew from Quizque in Hamilton, Canada, on July 1, within the framework of the last window of this first phase qualification process. World Cup Of 2023.

To this end, the Canadian Federation last week announced a temporary squad for the tour, which includes 12 active players in the NBA.

They are Nickel Alexander-Walker (Pelicans), R.J. Barrett (Knicks), Kem Birch (Raptors), Oshe Brissette (Pacers), Dillon Brooks (Grizzlies), Luquentz Dart (Thunder), Shay Kilgius-Alexander (Thunder), Corey Joseph (Thunder), (Pistons), Kevin Bos. Cavaliers) and Dwight Powell (Mavericks). This includes the injured Jamal Murray (Nuggets), Kelly Olinick (Pistons), but their chances of playing against Melvin Lopez are slim.

A nucleus that could improve with Andrew Wiggins (Warriors), but the sniper guard who is preparing for the league final has yet to say yes.

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The Canadians (4-0) and Dominicans (3-1) are in Group C and face Argentina, Venezuela and Panama in the next round. The United States has seven tickets to next year’s World Cup between Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines.

She holds a degree in Social Communication from O&M University. Has been a sports journalist since 2001.