May 15, 2013
Three Canadians invited to NBA draft combine
By MIKE GANTER, QMI Agency

Texas' Myck Kabongo will have an uphill battle to get drafted in the first round this year. (REUTERS)

It has been quite the week already for Canadian basketball south of the border and it’s not over yet.

Hot on the heels of Andrew Wiggins creating a LeBron-like stir when he committed to Kansas for the 2013-14 season on Tuesday, comes the NBA Combine where three other Canadians will be among the 60-plus best draft-eligible basketball players looking to boost their draft stocks for this June’s NBA draft.



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