It’s no longer a question of if.
When it comes to Canadians in the NBA draft, the relevant inquiries are now “how many” and “how high?”
The country has consistently produced impactful players in recent years, from Jamal Murray’s breakout in the 2020 bubble to former No. 1 pick Andrew Wiggins’ star turn with the Warriors in the 2022 Finals.
In the upcoming NBA draft, four more Canadians are set to enter the league, and two are widely projected to be picked in the top 10.
Shaedon Sharpe, Bennedict Mathurin, Andrew Nembhard and Caleb Houstan travelled different routes to Thursday’s life-changing event, but all four could wind up
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