NBLC Update: 2020 NBLC All-Canadian Teams. July 1, 2020 Men's Basketball
Welcome to the Canadian Elite Basketball League, a movement that brings Canadians together through a new basketball experience. The CEBL provides home grown athletes an exclusive opportunity to represent their communities and further their careers as professional basketball players. CEBL.ca - Tickets Available Now
The National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada; French: Ligue nationale de basketball du Canada) is a Canadian professional men's basketball league.The NBL was founded in 2011, when three teams formerly of the Premier Basketball League joined with four new franchises to form the NBL's "Original Seven".
Ontario Basketball (OBA) is excited to officially welcome the basketball competition season starting in October with the Play-In pre-season tournament in partnership with the Canadian Youth Basketball League (CYBL).
The Canadian Elite Basketball League is a professional men's basketball league. The CEBL was founded in 2017 and began play in 2019 with six teams competing all owned and operated by ownership group Canadian Basketball Ventures. The league currently consists of seven teams, with four from Ontario and one each from the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. CEBL teams play twenty regular-season games from May to August. The season culminates in the six-team playoffs which inclu
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premier professional basketball in the maritime provinces ECBL MISSION & PURPOSE Through the great game of basketball, the ECBL will help all people, especially youth, provide better lives for themselves and their families by making the dream of playing professional basketball a reality for young Canadians.
National Basketball League of Canada. How much does a basketball make in Canada? The average basketball salary in Canada is $39,000 per year or $20 per hour. Entry level positions start at $29,769 per year while most experienced workers make up to $65,430 per year.
Since 2011, Canada has been home to the National Basketball League of Canada or Ligue Nationale de basketball du Canada for the French-speaking population. It started when three Canadian teams were unhappy with the system in the Premier Basketball League and were trying to create something new. The Rainmen, the Rats, and the Kebs were the pioneers of this league. They were soon followed by the Lightning, the Miracles, the Storm, and the Power.
The National Basketball League of Canada is down to six teams — and minus a commissioner.