BlackJacks Stunned By Bandits In Home Opener

For the first time in franchise history, the Ottawa BlackJacks played their home opener in front of fans at the Arena at TD Place. The contest was tightly contested right into the Elam ending, and it would come down to the final possession, as the Fraser Valley Bandits stunned the BlackJacks 90-87. "It's a fantastic… Continue reading BlackJacks Stunned By Bandits In Home Opener

CEBL Big Winners With J. Cole Signing

Never before has the Canadian Elite Basketball League stolen the headlines as they did on Thursday night. Late on Thursday night, the Scarborough Shooting Stars announced they had signed pop-culture icon Jermaine Cole, better known for his stage name, J. Cole, to a contract. Thanks to this, the CEBL found themselves in the headlines from… Continue reading CEBL Big Winners With J. Cole Signing

Growlers Get Big Piece With Junior Cadougan

For the first time since becoming a new member of the Canadian Elite Basketball League, the Newfoundland Growlers have dipped their toes into the Free Agency waters, signing veteran guard, Junior Cadougan. Cadougan is a name that fans of the CEBL should be familiar with by now. He spent the shortened 2020 season that was… Continue reading Growlers Get Big Piece With Junior Cadougan

BlackJacks Sign Non-American Import, Deng Adel

The Ottawa BlackJacks have made quick use of the Canadian Elite Basketball League's new non-American import rule, signing six-foot-seven forward, Deng Adel. Adel was born in Khartoum, South Sudan before moving to Australia to escape civil war in 2004. He has plenty of previous experience in the professional basketball landscape, including 19 games with the… Continue reading BlackJacks Sign Non-American Import, Deng Adel

CEBL Announces 100-Game Regular Season Schedule

The Canadian Elite Basketball League has published their schedule for the 2022 season, the fourth season of the league's young history. It will feature 100 games across the league with each team playing 20 games, 10 home and 10 away. The schedule will also feature three new expansion franchises, the Newfoundland Growlers, the Montreal Alliance,… Continue reading CEBL Announces 100-Game Regular Season Schedule

CEBL Adds Non-American Import Roster Spot

On Monday afternoon, the Canadian Elite Basketball League announced that starting in the 2022 season, teams will have to have one player on their 10-man roster be an import player, or in other words, a non-American import player. Any player who has Canadian or American citizenship, even if they also have citizenship in another country,… Continue reading CEBL Adds Non-American Import Roster Spot

Mike Morreale, CEBL Interested In Bringing Women’s Basketball League to Canada

When it comes to professional basketball for Women, there is really only one good option, the National Women's Basketball Association. As Canadian celebrities including Drake pine for a WNBA team to play out of Toronto, little has been suggested about a Canadian League rather than just one Canadian team. The Canadian Elite Basketball League is… Continue reading Mike Morreale, CEBL Interested In Bringing Women’s Basketball League to Canada

Edmonton Stingers BCLA Preview

The Edmonton Stingers are undeniably the best team in the Canadian Elite Basketball League. They are repeat champions coming off a performance that can only be described as a display of true dominance in the championship game against Niagara. Now, the Stringers will have a chance to prove themselves beyond the confines of the great… Continue reading Edmonton Stingers BCLA Preview

CEBL Announces Its Ninth Franchise, the Montreal Alliance

Basketball is coming to Quebec. The Canadian Elite Basketball League has announced its ninth franchise, the Montreal Alliance. The team is slated to begin play in the 2022 season and will play at Verdun Auditorium, which has seen basketball once before, in 1993 with the short-lived Montreal Dragons. The franchise was initially announced in February… Continue reading CEBL Announces Its Ninth Franchise, the Montreal Alliance

Why The NBA Should Consider Using the Elam Ending

The NBA is one of the most popular sports leagues in North American and possibly the world. The league hauled in $8.3 billion, although that was down 10% from their previous season. The reason for that loss was of course the pandemic, and while businesses closed and people's lives changed forever, the NBA only managed… Continue reading Why The NBA Should Consider Using the Elam Ending