ISLAND STORM’S BRANDON ROBINSON NBL CANADA PLAYER OF THE WEEK

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(Toronto, Ontario)—The National Basketball League of Canada is pleased to announce that Brandon Robinson has been named Player of the Week for the week ending November 23, 2014.  This is the third time that Robinson has earned this honour in his NBL playing career.

Robinson, a 6’5″. 185-pound guard who played collegiately at Clayton State (Georgia), averaged a double-double in two Island Storm wins this week.  In those games, he averaged 25.5 points and 12 rebounds in those victories.

Other players that were considered this week included Anthony Anderson (Saint John Mill Rats), Omar Strong (Mississauga Power), DeAndre Thomas (Windsor Express) and Cavell Johnson (Brampton A’s)

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Media Contact:

Wallace Pidgeon

National Basketball League of Canada

Phone: 416.670-4909

E-mail: wallace@nblcanada.ca

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About the National Basketball League of Canada

The National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) was founded in 2011, and is Canada’s only professional domestic basketball league. There are currently 8 teams, with two divisions: Central and Atlantic. The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian athletes, international athletes, coaches and officials the opportunity to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising awareness of the sport of basketball throughout Canada, by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience.

 

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Courtesy NBL Canada

Drew Ebanks

 

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