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Sunday / November 17.
  • By ADAM ZAGORIA

    As the Canadian wave continues to rise in the basketball world, four Canucks will participate in the Basketball Without Borders Camp at the NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte.

    Keon Ambrose-Hylton, Addison Patterson (pictured), Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe and Cashius McNeilly will participate over NBA All-Star weekend, a source said. (Full rosters can be found here.)

    In 2018, two Canadians were invited to the event — current South Carolina freshman A.J. Lawson and Seton Hall commit Tyrese Samuel.

    In 2017, seven Canadians were invited to the Basketball Without Borders Global Camp in New Orleans. Current Duke freshman R.J. Barrett was named MVP of the event, while Andrew Nembhard (Florida), Simi Shittu (Vanderbilt), Emmanuel Akot (Boise State), Lugentz Dort (Arizona State), Iggy Brazdeikis (Michigan) and Noah Kirkwood (Harvard) all attended.