Rapper J. Cole’s star power stuns BlackJacks in 98-81 loss to Scarborough
J. Cole and the Scarborough Shooting Stars surged past the Ottawa BlackJacks with a 98-81 win on Thursday.
Target missed: BlackJacks lose season opener in thrilling ‘Elam Ending’
The Ottawa BlackJacks open their season with a hard fought loss to the Fraser Valley Bandits.
Ottawa BlackJacks hope ex-NBA talent will lead way to 2022 CEBL championship
The Ottawa BlackJacks are looking forward to a new season of great basketball in the capital.
For Ravens veteran Madison Reid, juggling basketball with podcasting was the ultimate balancing act
Ravens basketball star Madison Reid talks to Capital Current about juggling her sport, her education and her podcasting job as graduation looms.
Ontario rivals, COVID pose challenge as Carleton Ravens aim for 16th men’s basketball crown at Edmonton finals
Carleton University men’s basketball team’s record helps it gain a spot in the Final 8 basketball tournament in. Edmonton this weekend. Other teams and COVID-19 stand to be the team’s foes.
On the rebound: Basketball players embrace mental health in first in-person pandemic season
Basketball players and staff are speaking up to fight against mental health stigma in sports.
In light of Team Canada soccer triumph, it’s time to move forward with pro women’s sports in this country
Women’s sports have grown in viewership and popularity, but when will the Canadian professional sports landscape reflect that?
Canadian collectors all in or staying clear of NBA’s pricey digital trading cards
The National Basketball Association has started selling digital memories this season with the debut of NBA Top Shot — its new, virtual trading card experience. Calling the launch a new era in fandom the NBA is saying fans can “own basketball’s greatest Moments with NBA Top Shot.” The virtual cards called ‘Moments’ include a collection of videos of notable highlights…
Pandemic hit the buzzer on basketball
For Hamza Ali, the pandemic lockdown has robbed him of the pleasure of playing his favourite sport — basketball.
COVID consequences: The new normal for amateur team sports
The new normal for sports seems bleak. Amateur leagues have suffered cancellation or experienced major change. [Photo @ John Balser]
Temporary ban on in-person varsity sports recruiting across Canada may be extended soon
USports, the body that oversees varsity sport in Canadian universities is expected to extend its ban on in-person recruitment.
Ravens and Huskies claim national titles in first-ever combined U Sports Final 8 tournaments
Both the top-seeded men’s and women’s basketball teams walked away with the 2020 U Sports national title in the programs first-ever combined tournament.